Pumpkin PancakesSubmitted by: SPACECITYPAULA
IntroductionI make these pancakes for a quick and easy breakfast or snack. I make these pancakes for a quick and easy breakfast or snack.
1 can Pumpkin (Make sure that it is pure pumpkin and not Pumpkin Mix)
12 OZ egg whites
3 TBSP All-Natural Maple Syrup
2 Tsp ground Cinnamon
1 Tsp ground Ginger
1 tsp ground cloves
1 tsp allspice
Heat griddle or frying pan until nice and hot. Spray with some cooking spray.
Using a 1/3 measure, pour pancake batter onto pan, leaving space between pancakes. Cook like regular pancakes. When the top is almost dry, flip the pancake. Cook on the other side until done.
Serve hot or cool on rack and put in ziplock baggies for the week.
Makes approximately 10 pancakes.
Serving Suggestions -
Schmear a tablespoon of natural peanut butter and sprinkle some fresh berries over the top of a pancake and roll up.
Schmear a tablespoon of Natural Peanut Butter and some All Natural Fruit Spread on top of a pancake and add a second pancake to make a peanut butter and jelly "sandwich".
Number of Servings: 10
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user SPACECITYPAULA.
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I tried making this for breakfast today with no success. I may try again, beating the egg whites until frothy to see if that adds lift. With plain egg whites & no flour, mine tasted great but ended up being more like scrambled pumpkin pie and I went as low as 1/4C hoping they would hold together. - 7/7/09
They smell incredible while they are cooking, but are nearly impossible to flip and cook fully. I tried adding 1/2 c. rice flour, and it seemed to help a bit. - 10/21/08
Reply from SPACECITYPAULA (11/15/08)
I've had no problem cooking them & I haven't had any complaints about flipping them from other folks on other boards. I wait until the pancake is set and pretty dry on top before flipping. I also don't use more than 1/3 cup of batter. I ran into problems with 1/2 cup size.
Should there be some kind of pancake mix in this recipe? - 9/27/08
Reply from SPACECITYPAULA (9/27/08)
No... this is a flourless recipe. The egg whites help the mix get puffy.