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Stir together flour, baking powder, cinnamon, allspice, ginger, salt and brown sugar.
Combine the pumpkin, milk and egg yolks. Add the flour mixture and melted butter. Stir to blend.
Beat the egg whites until they form soft peaks and fold into the batter to blend. Preheat griddle at 350 degrees F. Pour batter and cook until richly browned - about 5 minutes. Serve with Nut Butter and Syrup.
Nut Butter: Blend 1/2 cup soft butter with 1/2 cup chopped walnuts or pecans. and 1/2 tsp. grated orange peel.
|Servings:||5 or more|
|Time:|| 10 Minutes Preparation Time|
5 Minutes Cooking Time
Source: Family Recipe
By Stephanie from Hillsboro, OR
This time of year, there is so very much you can do with pumpkin. The scent and spices fill the house with warm aromas of wonderful baked goods. It is endless what you can do with pumpkin or pumpkin spices.
In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, pumpkin pie spice, salt and sugar. Whisk in buttermilk, pumpkin, eggs, oil and vanilla extract; blend well.
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Add taste and nutrition to your plain pancakes by adding canned pumpkin. We all LOVE our pancakes this way. Just mix 1 cup of complete pancake mix with 2/3 cup water, 1/2 tsp. cinnamon (opt) and 1/3 cup pumpkin. That's it!! These are economical and easy and de-licious!! Of course, if you make homemade, you can do the same.
Sometimes we will top them with pecans or sliced bananas, or put chopped apple in.
By Carol from Landisville, PA
What a great idea! Does anyone have any other uses for leftover canned pumpkin? My husband bought a large can for me and I only needed a small amount for a pumpkin roll that I made. Needless to say, I need ideas for using up the remaining pumpkin. Thanks! (05/13/2008)
I bet these are moist and super-tasty! As far as the left over pumpkin, you can feed a teaspoon per day to your cat to stop hairballs. I'd simply freeze the rest of the pumpkin in zip-lock bags. Just put 1/4 cup in each bag.
* OR you can add the pumpkin in place of oil or Crisco to any baked good recipe like cakes, cookies or muffins for a moist and tasty treat without added fat! (05/13/2008)
My husband made these today and in addition to the cinnamon he added a bit of nutmeg. He also added a handful of chopped pecans to the batter and they were great!
Cyinda...thanks for the ideas. I wasn't sure if canned pumpkin could be frozen. Also, we have 3 cats so some of it will be used to prevent hairballs. (05/14/2008)