Pumpkin Pancakes

All pictures taken with my parents’ new Canon Rebel. The one I wanted for Christmas. Yup, life’s fair.

When it looks like this outside:

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You know it’s better to opt for a warm breakfast, however delicious overnight oats may be.

For success:

Oats, Greek yogurt, pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon, pumpkin, egg whites, baking powder, pecans, stevia, vanilla extract.

Step one:

Measure (or don’t) oats into bowl.

Step two:

Add baking soda, vanilla extract, egg whites, and pumpkin. Mix.

Step three:

Grease and heat ancient but perfect-pancake making skillet.

Step four:

Mix frosting of Greek yogurt, cinnamon, pumpkin pie spice, and stevia.

Step five:

Pour half of “batter” onto skillet.

Step six:

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Annoy pet of choice by playing with random buttons, wheels, and settings on new camera. Remember to flip first pancake.

Step seven:

Plate pancake, coat with half of the frosting, top with crushed pecans.

Repeat steps 5-7.

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Adapted from Kath’s Oatmeal Pancake recipe.

  1. these look perfect! I don’t think I am ready for snow yet…

  2. Emily said:

    We need to find some time to bake together. Maybe combine that with intervals at the gym? Thoughts?

  3. Oh my goll those look beautiful! You just made me think I might have to do a “breakfast for dinner” for my book club this week…. 🙂

  4. Bonnie Scott said:

    This looks great, but you didn’t indicate the measurements of the ingredients. Would it be possible to get this?

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