Cinnamon & Spice Pumpkin Pancakes

Monday, October 15, 2012

These have become a new favorite for my better, larger half. I sent the leftover pancakes with him to work the other morning, sandwiched with whipped cream, and didn't even have to remind him to grab them before leaving. It's amazing how homemade food can brighten up a day. Getting my kiss goodbye each morning is what does it for me!
This is the chocolate chip pancake recipe I throw together whenever we want a big breakfast, only this time I added pumpkin and spices and homemade whipped cream {topped with maple syrup too} (:
Cinnamon & Spice Pumpkin Pancakes
{serves 4}

3/4 C. Pumpkin 
2 Eggs
1 3/4 C Milk
2 C. Flour
3 T. Olive Oil
1/4 C. Raw Sugar
1 teaspoon Almond Extract
1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
2 T. Baking Powder
1/2 teaspoon Salt
2 T. Cinnamon + more for dusting
1 teaspoon Nutmeg
1 teaspoon Cloves
Maple Syrup

For Whipped Cream:
1 cup/carton of Heavy Whipping Cream
1 T. Vanilla Extract
2 T. Finely Granulated Sugar

Whisk the eggs, milk and olive oil. Fold in the dry ingredients. Add in the pumpkin and spices and cook on a heated pan over medium heat, with butter or olive oil.

Using a mixer, beat the whipped cream ingredients together until peaks form. Spread into a freezer-safe pan to freeze and cut shapes from using a cookie cutter. Or serve fresh with maple syrup and cinnamon dusted on top.  So yummy!

20 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness these look amazing. I've had a very similar recipe bookmarked for about a month but haven't gotten around to making it. I think it's going to have to happen this week.

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  2. Oh my........... OK, one day, when you decided to move back to the states. I'd like you to be my neighbor so I can come over and have you cook for me all the time. ;) xoxo

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  3. I cannot get over how much I love your pictures. BEAUTIFUL! And sounds great, too :)

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  4. Want this for breakfast right now!! Yummyyyy :)

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  5. Gonna have to try this one very soon. Looks delicious!

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  6. Those look delightful! Can I come over for breakfast?! ;)

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  7. I randomly bought a sweet potato pancake mix from Fresh Market a few weeks ago, and we just loved those pancakes! I'm sure your spice pancakes tasted as well as they look=)

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  8. Amanda, you styling becomes better and better! So beautiful, loving it!!! And the pancakes sound amazing as well!! Yum!

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  9. Those look amazing! So yummy! -Heidi http://fabricandfrosting.blogspot.no/

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  10. I just don't even know where to begin. The photography, the adorable tablecloth, the whipped cream heart, the fact that they're pumpkin spice pancakes, oh my goodness so much amazing in one post!

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  11. Be still my whipped cream heart!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I'm going to have to borrow my neighbor-slash- sister's kitchen so I can cook these!
    love, lanneybear

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  12. I wonder if I can try this recipe using mashed sweet potato instead?? :-)

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  13. You had me at pumpkin. Looks soooo good.

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  14. looks so delicious! :)

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  15. YUM! My hubby and I have planned a breakfast-for-dinner night for wednesday and i think these will be making an appearance :)

    xox

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  16. Can I come over for breakfast? (And lunch and dinner, too?!) Pancakes are my favorite. These look divine.

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  17. I need to make these! SO good!! Your photos are beautiful!

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  18. One, time, I was staying at one of the hotels luton and I swear to my favorite blue jersey, it's a really great pumpkin pancake, one of the best I had. However, this looks like a great recipe and I might want to experiment on this. Thanks!

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  19. I was hoping to have some of these in my stay at the hotels near kensington palace. I heard London make delectable pancakes and the high tea shouldn't be missed. Anyways, thanks for this post!

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  20. What we have here is one way to show kids that children nutrition can be fun and tasty too. After all, what children don't like pancakes smothered in syrup?

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