Pumpkin Spiced Pecan Pancakes

"A personal adaption. This makes a Great and Nutritious holiday breakfast."
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  • In medium bowl mix together first seven ingredients.
  • In larger bowl beat together remaining (or wet) ingredients.
  • stir dry ingredientd into wet ingredients until just incorporated (do not overstir).
  • Heat skillet.
  • Add some oil or non-stick spray.
  • pour 1/3 to 1 cup of batter into pan (depending on how big you like your pancakes) cover and let fry till edges begin to dry and bubble appear on surface.
  • Remove lid and flip over.
  • cook uncovered till done.
  • Put in warm oven till the rest of your pancakes are cooked.
  • Serve with butter and maple syrup.
  • (add some bacon on the side) mmm--.

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  1. I made this recipe this morning for breakfast, and I have no intention of making it again. It is incredibly bland, with no pumpkin nor spice taste.
  2. These were good. I think that they would be better with more spices added and maybe some spiced syrup to go on top. I made mine with the molasses option and I halved the recipe. I ended up with 8 decent sized pancakes, I used walnuts instead of pecans as this is what I had on hand, definitely think they would be better with the pecans, I used 6 tbsp applesauce instead of the eggs and Pumpkin Silk Nog to make it more festive. I would make these again, thanks for posting!
  3. These had a very nice flavor. I found the batter to be too thick also, and added about a cup more milk. The thicker batter would work well for waffles though, which is what I plan on trying next time.
  4. Pretty good! They'll be really nice around Thanksgiving with their spicy pumpkin flavor. I left out the pecans & cut the recipe in half. Note to those who have a sweet tooth-I ususally add some Splenda to my bread/pancake recipes for some sweet taste but this recipe doesn't really need it. I learned that the hard way when I made this for the first time & could hardly taste the pumpkin since they were way too sweet! Great with my sugar free maple syrup. Thanks!
  5. These are wonderful. My kids loved them. I found that they were a little thick and I just added more milk. Other then that, I followed the recipe as posted. I will be making these again!!!


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