Pumpkin Pancakes (gluten free)

These pancakes are the yummiest pumpkin pancake recipe that has just enough pumpkin to give you that yummy flavor, but not too much to overwhelm you. Recipe courtesy of Dani Krum from Dani Marie.

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Servings 4 servings
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 6 - 8 minutes
Submitted By Dani Krum from Dani Marie
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Servings 4 servings
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 6 - 8 minutes
Submitted By Dani Krum from Dani Marie
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Instructions
  1. Place all dry ingredients in a bowl and whisk together, next add wet ingredients and mix well.
  2. Heat griddle. With a 1/4 cup, pour pancake mixture onto griddle. Cook for 3-4 minutes or until golden brown on side closest to griddle and then flip and cook opposite side.
  3. Serve with syrup or your choice of topping and ENJOY!
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6 thoughts on “Pumpkin Pancakes (gluten free)

    1. recipe specialist

      Hi KF,
      This recipe only makes 4 pancakes that are small-ish so 1/4 cup of flour is correct. With the other ingredients you should end up with about 2 cups of batter and each pancake will use about 1/4 of a cup. You can view the recipe author’s original post here, where you can see additional photos as well.

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  1. Gail

    The Recipie has a Mistske. It says “1/4 Cup Gluten Free 1-to-1 Baking Flour. It Should be 1 1/4 Cups …
    The pancakes were Not Fluffy:-(
    Taste was very good however. Think I’ll add Applesauce next time, as I think that may help?
    Any suggestions are Welcome !!

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  2. Melissa Hurt

    I made these this morning and was really disappointed. There is no way 1/4 c of flour is appropriate to handle 1c milk, an egg, and 6tbsp pumpkin puree. The batter was very thin and way too wet to cook into pancakes. They were close to impossible to flip and were mush on the inside. I had to add another 1/4c of flour to the remaining batter to salvage what I could. They were better with the extra flour and a bit heartier like regular pancakes. On the upside, having more wet ingredients made them easier to digest. Some pancakes have too much flour and feel like bricks inside. Add more flour, folks, and you’ll enjoy these. Don’t go through the frustration I had!

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