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Who says Pumpkin Pie can’t be healthy for you? With this amazing alternative you will never crave a slice of pumpkin pie or cake anymore! I love eating pancakes in the morning, noon and night! I am a breakfast kind of girl. These are a perfect mid day snack as well. Enjoy my recipe and post pictures when you make them yourself.
Pumpkin Protein Pancake Recipe:
Combine all the wet ingredients together in a bowl.
- 1/2 Cup Pure Pumpkin (from a can)
- 1 Egg
- 1 Tablespoon of Vanilla
- 1/2 Cup Water
- 1 Tablespoon of Coconut Oil Melted
Add in the dry ingredients below to the mixture.
- 1 Teaspoon of Cinnamon
- 1/2 Scoop of Protein Powder
- 1 Cup of Pamela’s Baking Mix
Take a spatula and mix together until the liquid is mixed well with the dry ingredients.
I spray my griddle with Pam spray and put a heaping spoonful of mixture on the griddle.
Once the one side is cooked a little I add a few walnuts to the top and sprinkle a little bit of whole flax seeds to the top as well! Flip them over and cook the other side!
After they are cooked, I take two pancakes and put of course Noosa’s Salted Caramel Yogurt on top with another Walnut to make it pretty. Presentation is fun and so important even at home. I take the other 4 and refrigerate them for a snack or breakfast the next day!
Enjoy your healthy, filling and flavorful pancakes!
8 thoughts on “Pumpkin Protein Pancakes”
I love maple syrup on my pancakes! These look delicious 🙂
I love to put a small drizzle on top along side a scoop of greek yogurt! I would love for you to share my blog with your friends!
whoa, these pancakes look so good, plus they’re both a great source of protein and have pumpkin?! This is amazing
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I love the excitement for my pancake recipe and yes would love to share this recipe on your facebook group! You can also add me to facebook at Sarah Krycinski and will see this blog post on my Fan page so you could also share that as well from that post! Thanks
awesome! I’ll definitely give you an like as well!!! 🙂
I love pumpkin pancakes! I like the thought of adding nutrition to them too, since they are very full of carbs. My fav topping for pumpkin pancakes is homemade cinnamon whipped cream 🙂
Yes I think that would be a perfect topping and a little guilty pleasure too!!