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Healthy Pumpkin Pancakes

My family loves these pancakes. They cook up very thick and heavy so two will seriously fill you up. They are great for teenagers who can eat you out of house and home, yet they aren't full of saturated fat, sugar, or processed flour. Also, pumpkin is a fruit so you are eating one of your servings of fruits and veges without even knowing it!

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25mins
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  • Mix all the dry ingredients well.
  • Mix all the wet ingredients in with the dry ingredients until there are no clumps.
  • Cook on medium heat until the edges look dry, then flip.
  • Remember, these pancakes will be dense and thick. This is how they are supposed to turn out.
  • Super good with REAL maple syrup!
  • Enjoy!
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"My family loves these pancakes. They cook up very thick and heavy so two will seriously fill you up. They are great for teenagers who can eat you out of house and home, yet they aren't full of saturated fat, sugar, or processed flour. Also, pumpkin is a fruit so you are eating one of your servings of fruits and veges without even knowing it!"
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  1. sherilyndeg_11484969
    I altered this recipe and it came out perfectly! I used all whole wheat flour, added 1/2 tsp of baking soda, 1 egg, and 3 TB of melted butter. The batter was perfect and the pancakes rose up nicely.
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  2. bwrangham
    Pancake mix was way too thick, added extra milk but that didn't help much. The pancakes stayed gooey inside, flavor was lacking.
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  3. AmyBeeman
    Based on the other reviews I was very excited. My excitement soon turned into disappointment. The only change I made was using Agave Nectar in place of the sugar. I have done that in countless other recipes and had amazing results.<br/>The batter was much too thin and needed to be thickened because it just turned into mush in a pan. So I added 1/2 cup more flour. That worked. Then the insides never cooked all the way and over all it was just a mushy experience. <br/>The flavor was just ok for me. :(
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  4. AmyBeeman
    Based on the other reviews I was very excited. My excitement soon turned into disappointment. The only change I made was using Agave Nectar in place of the sugar. I have done that in countless other recipes and had amazing results.<br/>The batter was much too thin and needed to be thickened because it just turned into mush in a pan. So I added 1/2 cup more flour. That worked. Then the insides never cooked all the way and over all it was just a mushy experience. <br/>The flavor was just ok for me. :(
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  5. AMKAV
    A weekend favorite at our house! Based on previous reviews, I made these changes to the recipe: I split the flour to 1 cup white flour, 1 cup whole wheat flour, added 1/2 teas baking soda, reduced the ginger to 1/4 teas ginger, added 1 egg, and only used 2 tablespoons olive oil. Delicious!
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