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Whole Wheat Pumpkin Pancakes

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Good grief, I am so tired this morning. I was up half the night with a sore throat and a head cold. Blah! I happened to have the day off already…lucky me. Here is the list of the big plans I have/had for this day. I want to deal shop early. Give mom a perm. Work on my blog. Mow the back yard lawn. Pick all the tomatoes. Make a fabulous, creative dinner…okay I’ll be lucky if I even make dinner. Actually chicken soup would be a perfect meal for the way I feel. I think I will put one in the slow cooker 🙂

I wanted to share another pumpkin recipe with you. I made these on Sunday and they were so delicious.

You’ll need:

2 cups whole wheat flour

1 teaspoons baking soda

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1/4 cup sucanat/brown sugar (packed)

2 cups pumpkin puree

1 – 2 cups milk

real maple syrup

Sift the flour into a large bowl.

   

Add baking soda and cinnamon and mix together.

Add the sugar, I sifted mine because I’m using sucanat. If using brown sugar don’t sift.

Add pumpkin and milk (I used 2 cups) stir together thoroughly to desired consistency. You can use a mixer to infuse more air if you want them fluffier.

 

Heat oil in a fry pan or on a griddle over medium heat. I use a  1/3 measuring cup to have even pancake size. When griddle/pan is hot add mixture. Turn when they start to look dry and bubbles form all over the tops.

 

Flip over once and continue cooking until brown and cooked in the center. These take longer to cook then pancakes made with white flour. Wheat flour has a slightly heavier consistency and it absorbs a bit more liquid. They smell heavenly cooking.

You can keep them warm on a glass plate or pan in the oven on low while you cook the rest of the pancakes. Serve with real maple syrup. If you haven’t tried real maple syrup please give it a try. It’s more expensive but the flavor is undeniably better then the sugar stuff

I just looked outside and it’s raining…think I’ll grab a box of tissues and my blanket and enjoy the rain.

May your day be filled with peace and love,

Diane

I like to visit these parties.

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25 thoughts on “Whole Wheat Pumpkin Pancakes”

  1. We're parents!? (Larisha) says:

    These look great! I made some pumpkin cheesecake pancakes on Saturday! I will be posting the recipe soon 🙂 http://www.wereparentsnj.blogspot.com

  2. Natasha says:

    Those looks so good – and I love that they are made with wheat flour! Thank you so much!

  3. Elisebet F says:

    Ooo I’m definitely making these on Saturday!

  4. Lauren Ivy Chiong says:

    Mmmm I’m ready for morning already!

  5. Jessi @ Practically Functional says:

    Sorry to hear you’re feeling under the weather! Hope you feel better soon. And those pancakes look amazing! Thanks for sharing at The Fun In Functional!

  6. Mel S says:

    These look really yummy! We just picked our pumpkin this week, so I may have to try these with my puree. Following you from Katherine’s Blog Hop.

  7. Tami @ A Girls Gotta Nest says:

    These sound so AMAZING, going to try this recipe out, we love pancake. Found your blog via Our Everyday Harvest!!

  8. Sarah @ Nature's Nurture says:

    Ok, you’re doing a great job feeding my pumpkin addiction! 🙂 That’s why I just love Fall.. Pinning this one too 🙂

  9. Debra says:

    this looks really GOOD! 🙂 hope you feel better!

  10. Nikki says:

    These look yummy! I book marked this recipe to try later. I’d live if you stopped by my blog & linked up this little treat. I hope you feel better.

    Nikki
    http://www.thecraftysideofsarcasm.com

  11. Jan Hennings says:

    these look delish!

  12. Katherines Corner says:

    healthy and yummy! Thank you for sharing your post at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop , wishing you a beautiful day xo

  13. Grandma Kc says:

    I do hope you’re feeling much better today. Maybe you need more pancakes? Those look like they would make anyone feel better!

  14. Judy Haughton-James says:

    These pumpkin pancakes certainly look delicious Diane! I hope you have fully recovered from the head cold. Have a great week.

  15. Miz Helen says:

    Hi Diane,
    Your Pancakes look so rich and delicious. Hope you have a great week and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  16. Nancy W says:

    These look so good and I have an abundance of pumpkins from my garden! Pinning this!

  17. Connie says:

    That’s a rather large list of things to do and when you are not feeling well, yuk! I hate it when I have time off but feel to sick to do anything. The pancakes look really good 🙂 Thanks for linking with me.

  18. Claire @ The Rustic Pig says:

    YUM!!! I LOVE Pumpkin pancakes and I especially love that this recipe has ingredients I’ve heard of before! 🙂 Thanks so much for linking up at Creatively Tuesdays with The Rustic Pig! I’m pretty sure these will be breakfast for my kiddos… and me.. tomorrow! 🙂 I hope you get to feeling better soon! Hugs!!

  19. April @ The 21st Century Housewife says:

    I hope you are feeling better, Diane. I’m really enjoying all the wonderful pumpkin recipes you have been sharing. Your pancakes look delicious, and it’s lovely how wholesome they are too.

  20. Evelyn says:

    This sounds so good. Comfort food! I am pinning this, I always make puree from my halloween pumpkins and freeze it to make breads and of course pies but pancakes sound so awesome.
    Long list, head cold? Oh yes, you do need some chicken soup:) Take care, my Friend:)

  21. Miz Helen says:

    Congratulation!
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Hope you are having a great week and enjoy your new Red Plate.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  22. Theresa says:

    The perfect recipe for a cold fall morning. Thanks for sharing & linking up! Hope your feeling better!

  23. Joanna @ plus other good stuff says:

    These look great! I think I’ll try soaking them by combining flour and milk – I’ll use clabbered raw milk – overnight and then mixing the rest in in the morning. YUM!

  24. Betsy @ Romance on a Dime says:

    MmmMM – this sounds so good! I’ll have to make it sometime! Thanks for visiting and linking up at Romance on a dime. Pinning this.

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