Nana Diana Takes A Break

Nana Diana Takes A Break

Saturday, September 15, 2012

No Flour Pumpkin Pancakes

Somewhere around Blogland
I saw a recipe for 
pumpkin pancakes.
I meant to earmark it
but didn't...so...
I decided to create my own.
I don't do flour or sugar
but sometimes I want a "treat".
This comes close to being
sinful for me!;>)
It's an easy, peasy recipe.
 I made two kinds
and will include adaptation
for 2nd ones.

Pumpkin Pancakes

1 cup canned pumpkin
4 eggs-slightly beaten
1 tsp. Pumpkin Pie Spice
1-1/2 tsp. pure vanilla
flavorganics organic vanilla extract
1 tsp. Stevia (I use Truvia)

(or more to taste)
Beat together.
Spoon or pour into preheated
greased non-stick pan.
Cook until air bubbles come through
then flip and continue cooking until done.
Shake pan during cooking to keep them
loose and easier to flip.
These have a souffle consistency.

If you want a denser pancake add:
1/2 cup of oatmeal to batter
These are heavier and flip easier
and have the "heft" of real pancakes.

I put a pat of butter on mine
and sprinkle a little more stevia
on them.
You could use honey or maple syrup-
which would be even better.
Enjoy
Oh yeah...
Don't flip them too soon.
Why?
Ummmmm... FAIL........
Looks like Pumpkin Scramble, huh?
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33 comments:

  1. Diana, That sounds okay. Did it taste good to you? I don't know how you can give up sugar and flour. I just talked with someone yesterday,she eats glutin free..I will pass this recipe to her. Smiles, xo, Susie

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  2. that's not a fail! It's a Pumpkin Scramble! Yum!

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  3. Sounds delicious, I love pumpkin pie.

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  4. hmmm, now this one IS different. I am trying to decide if I should make them this morning.....I have pumpkin and all the spices. And then again, I remember your awesome Chocolate gravy...maybe I'll make THAT. It's 6;52 and I am about to have my first cup of coffee...I'll decide while I am having it. :))
    xo bj

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  5. Oooh these look delicious, I'm hungry now! Will have to give these a go xx

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  6. They sound yummy Diana! I'd even eat the one that fell apart LOL!

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  7. hmm that's a nice variation that for me looks yummy! For my kids I don't know, maybe not!

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  8. I think John would like these very much. Hope you enjoy your Saturday.

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  9. I don't think I will try this. Stever's pancakes are the best in the world, and I only do them a few times a year now.
    Try Apriva from Kroger. Its cheaper than most and really, really good. No after taste at all.

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  10. Mmmmmmm pumpkin... I love pumpkin anything. These have me dying to roast some pumpkin and bake things!!!

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  11. Interesting........will give this a try. ;-0

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  12. I had no idea that you didn't do flour, can I ask why? I love this but would definitely add Oatmeal.
    I'm going to copy this. Thanks for sharing.
    Noreen

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  13. Pumpkin does seem decadent, doesn't it? The good thing about your fail is that it will still taste good.

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  14. Oh my! That looks so good. I miss having pancakes and waffles! I need to try this soon. I would eat the crumbles, too!

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  15. They sound delicious; I don't like the taste of Stevia but I found that I really like agave nectar which is on the lower glycemic index. It's not zero calories but it is a lot less than honey.

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  16. Oh boy I love anything pumpkin. I'd eat that messed up one anytime.

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  17. Pumpkin is one of my favorite flavors. I wait all year for pumpkin pancakes at IHOP. Yours look de-delish, Diana!

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  18. Hi Diana, this seems like a good weight watchers recipe, one to pass along to my Mom! Hope you had a great summer, I can't believe its Sept. already. So glad you came by to say hi ;) XO Christie

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  19. Yum pumpkin!! I love the maple syrup idea!
    Deb

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  20. I can live without sugar, but no flour? One daughter goes gluten free, so I'll pass this on to her. The scramble is kind of interesting. ~ Maureen

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  21. Diana, this recipe looks really yummy! I am going to show this one to my sister for sure! She and two of her children eat gluten free, and this will make their day, I think! :) Thank you so much for sharing your recipe!

    I hope you are having a fun weekend so far! :)

    Blessings,
    Jenni

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  22. Hi Diana,

    I'm back, I'm back. It think. lol

    I saved your page. Love the pancake idea. My fav pie is pumpkin. :)

    Was it you that told me about DebbieDoo's Newbie link parties? I still don't get how to do it. Sunday is the day she does them right? What do I click on to join the party. I hope it was you that told me. lol

    Have a great Sunday my friend.
    Take care, Janet W

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  23. I'm going to give these a try this morning with real maple syrup.
    Thanks!
    ~Lynne
    w/L.

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  24. What a smart adaptation to have that pancake "fix!" It's taste that matters!:)

    xo Nellie

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  25. Thanks for this recipe! I love pumpkin but can't have the flour either. Can't wait to try it, just need the pumpkin.

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  26. Dear Diana,
    Those pumpkin pancakes look delicious. Thank you for sharing the recipe!
    Blessings,
    ~Wendy

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  27. Yep, I don't do flour or sugar, so this perfect for me sweet lady. I wasn't around either, that's why I'm late looking at your posts and many others too. Thanks for it sweetie. Have fun.
    FABBY

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  28. Missed seeing you in blog land, hope all is well? Hugs Anu

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