Paleo Friendly Easy Pumpkin Pancakes! I am excited to share these with you today they are also dairy free and adaptable! They can be made with whole wheat or a paleo flour blend depending on your families needs. I splurged this year (its not very expensive, but it also isn’t necessary) and bought this super cute pumpkin waffle/pancake maker from dash. You do not need to buy it for this recipe you can make them as regular pancakes or waffles.
I love these paleo friendly easy pumpkin pancakes because:
- They can be made with a paleo blend or a regular whole wheat flour
- Are made in one bowl!
- They are made with a few simple and healthy ingredients
- Can be waffles or pancakes
- Can be used for lunch as well (non-paleo version)!
With the leftover pancakes I sent my kids to school with breakfast for lunch. The Paleo flour has almond flour in it so you cannot send those.
If you do buy the dash maker I found it fun to make some grilled cheeses in it as well!
If you or your family members do not like pumpkin, but you want to buy the dash maker for festive pancakes you can try out my banana bread pancakes or my gluten free very berry vegan pancakes.
- 1 cup Bob's Red Mill Paleo Blend or Whole Wheat Flour or All Purpose Flour
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
- 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
- 1/4-1/3 cup unsweetened almond milk or milk of choice use less milk for paleo blend and more for regular flour
- 2 tbsp pure maple syrup or honey
- 1 egg
- In a bowl measure the flour, baking powder, and spices and whisk together
- Add in your remaining ingredients and whisk together until there are no lumps
- Spray or use a little oil on a flat pan, griddle, or waffle maker that is heated over low to medium heat
- Use a cupcake or ice-cream scoop to measure out batter
- Cook until done - use your waffle iron instructions or you can follow my pancake instructions here
- Add your favorite toppings and enjoy!
- Pancakes will be good for up to a week in the refrigerator or 3 months in the freezer:
- Cool pancakes completely before wrapping and freezing. To freeze, wrap securely in foil or freezer wrap, or place in freezer bags. Label all packages with the name of the recipe and the date.
- Pancakes can be thawed completely at room temperature, or heat frozen pancakes in the microwave
- Place pancakes on a microwave-safe paper towel or plate. Microwave on HIGH about 30 seconds - 1 minute for each pancake
Did you make this recipe?I would love to see your creations! Snap a picture and tag @kristanwatson or #foodplaygo on Social Media!