Pumpkin Pancakes for Baby and Me!

A light, cakey, moist pumpkin spice pancake that is delicious as breakfast or snacks. Comes from "Cooking For Baby" cookbook by Lisa Barnes. For chidren over 12 mo. due to the baking soda. I like to water down pure maple syrup and brush it onto the pancake for a subtle, not-too-sweet addition, since it doesn't need much.

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30mins
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  • -In a large mixing bowl, whisk together milk, pumpkin, egg, butter, and vinegar til blended.
  • -In a separate bowl, combine dry ingredients. I like to whisk the dry ingredients together, they blend really well that way.
  • -Stir dry ingredients into wet mix with a wooden spoon just until blended. Batter will be very thick! Let sit while you ready the pan (10 minutes or so).
  • -Spray griddle or nonstick pan with oil (or use butter ;) and heat on medium.
  • -Pour batter by 1/4 cupfuls onto pan and spread the batter out a bit. Cook til bubbles form on top of pancakes, 2-3 minutes, and flip. Cook til golden on second side, about 1 min more.
  • You can refrigerate these in an airtight container for 3 days, or wrap and freeze for a month. Great toasted or broiled in a toaster oven.
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"A light, cakey, moist pumpkin spice pancake that is delicious as breakfast or snacks. Comes from "Cooking For Baby" cookbook by Lisa Barnes. For chidren over 12 mo. due to the baking soda. I like to water down pure maple syrup and brush it onto the pancake for a subtle, not-too-sweet addition, since it doesn't need much."
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  1. Dazy5224
    A light, cakey, moist pumpkin spice pancake that is delicious as breakfast or snacks. Comes from "Cooking For Baby" cookbook by Lisa Barnes. For chidren over 12 mo. due to the baking soda. I like to water down pure maple syrup and brush it onto the pancake for a subtle, not-too-sweet addition, since it doesn't need much.
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