Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes

A great way to make use of that extra can of pumpkin

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Serving Size: 4

Pumpkin Pancakes / Sarah Crowder / Katie Workman / themom100.com

If you are like me, after Thanksgiving you have a couple of cans of pumpkin the in the pantry that didn’t make it into the pies. This is excellent news.

A pause to acknowledge that the fact the pumpkin pie spiced everything has gotten way WAY out of control.  Pumpkin pie spiced mouthwash.  Pumpkin pie spiced chicken.  Pumpkin pie spiced aspirin.

Pumpkin Spice Pancakes / Sarah Crowder / Katie Workman / themom100.com

I’m kidding, of course (I am, right?  Please tell me you’ve not heard of such things.)

But pumpkin pie spiced pumpkin pancakes seems just perfect, yes?  With a pat of butter, and a hefty pour of maple syrup.  I also happened to have some whipped cream around from a sweet potato pie and damned if that didn’t seem like the right thing to do.

Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes / Sarah Crowder / Katie Workman / themom100.com

These pancakes are not overly sweet.  I usually keep my pancakes on the not-too-sweet side because isn’t that what maple syrup is for?

If you want to make these for a group in the morning, you might mix up the wet ingredients in one container, and then the dry in another, and then combine them before griddling them up in the morning.

Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes / Sarah Crowder / Katie Workman / themom100.com

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With a curtsy to Kenny Shopsin for providing some recipe inspiration.

If you are like me, after Thanksgiving you have cans of pumpkin that didn’t make it into the pies. Turn those leftovers into these Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes.

Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes

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  • 1 ½ cups all-purpose flour
  • 3 tablespoons sugar
  • 2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  • ½ teaspoon ground ginger
  • ¼ teaspoon ground cloves
  • ½ kosher or coarse salt
  • 2 large eggs
  • ¾ cup canned pumpkin puree (not pumpkin pie filling)
  • ¾ cup whole milk
  • ¾ cup half-and-half
  • Vegetable or canola oil for cooking the pancakes
  • Butter or maple syrup to serve

1. In a medium sized bowl, whisk together the flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and salt.

If you are like me, after Thanksgiving you have cans of pumpkin that didn’t make it into the pies. Turn those leftovers into these Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes.

2. In another medium-sized bowl whisk the eggs lightly, then add the pumpkin, milk and half-and-half and whisk to blend. Add the liquid ingredients to the dry and whisk until just combined.

If you are like me, after Thanksgiving you have cans of pumpkin that didn’t make it into the pies. Turn those leftovers into these Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes.

3. Heat a large skillet over medium high heat and lightly oil the pan. Add the pancake batter in ¼ cup portions, using the cup or a spoon to spread out the batter a bit (it is thick). Cook the pancakes for about 2 minutes per side until they are nicely browned and cooked through. Serve it with butter or syrup, or both – seriously both if you want a huge treat.

If you are like me, after Thanksgiving you have cans of pumpkin that didn’t make it into the pies. Turn those leftovers into these Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes.

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2 thoughts on “Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes”

  1. Ginny says:

    Must I use 1/2 and 1/2 and whole milk? That seems like a lot of fat? I typically substitute coconut milk for milk in recipes.

    1. Katie Workman says:

      I think you should definitely give it a try! I know – these are indulgent. Let me know how it goes!

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