Pumpkin Spice Pancakes Guest Post from Beauty from Burnt Toast Blog

Guest Post by Meaghan from BeautyfromBurntToast

Happy October, y’all! Recently I had the pleasure of meeting Jen from dapperhouse blog. She is a fantastic blogger who, like me, also happens to be a mom to 3 and someone who strives to be real with her audience, in all areas of her life. We connect on a lot of levels, and for a new blogger like myself I look to her for inspiration and advice as I am trying to grow my brand and cultivate my style.

I’ve realized that one of the best (and most unexpected) parts of the blogging world is the community. How great is it to share passion and creativity with a supportive group of fellow creators who truly want you to succeed? It’s been an amazing experience and I have met so many talented, caring and astounding people along this journey. Another exciting by-product of being in the blogging world is guest posting. To be able to share my work with a new audience, and in return give my readers a peek into someone else’s talent is such a plus. I’m so grateful to be guest posting for Jen. I use her blog as a resource for a lot of different areas of my life, from arts and crafts to self-care, from health and fitness to style a beauty. Me, I do what I do best. And that’s cook. So today I want to share with you my recipe for Pumpkin Spice Pancakes. I received this recipe a long time ago from my daughters pre-school teacher. It’s easy. It’s fun, and it’s sure to be a hit with all of your family–whether your kids are elementary age like mine or growing into adulthood like Jen’s.

Pumpkin Spice Pancakes

2 Cups Pancake Mix (I use Arrowhead Mills)

2 tsp Cinnamon

¼ tsp. Nutmeg

2 large Eggs

2 Tbsp packed brown sugar

1 cup pumpkin puree

3 Tbsp Oil (I use melted Coconut Oil but Vegetable oil would work. If you want to cut fat, use Applesauce)

2 tsp. Vanilla Extract

1 cup Water (or more for consistency)

To Make:

  1. Whisk pancake mix and dry spices together.
  2. In another bowl, beat eggs and brown sugar together, then add the rest of the liquid ingredients.
  3. Combine dry and wet ingredients and mix well.
  4. On a griddle heated to medium heat (or 350), drop by ladel-full about 2 inches apart. Cook on one side until bubbling and flip, cookig 1 or 2 minutes more.
  5. Serve hot with Syrup.

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14 thoughts on “Pumpkin Spice Pancakes Guest Post from Beauty from Burnt Toast Blog

  1. Oh my gosh, these look delicious! My boys love pancakes and always say they want to try new ones, so we may be making these for a weekend breakfast soon!

  2. Pumpkin spice is everywhere this time of year! Seems like you can get away from it… these sound so perfect for all those pumpkin spice lovers out there 🙂

  3. Pancakes will be forever my favorite Sunday breakfast! They make me think about the times I was still living with my parents, such happy times! I still want to try pumpkin spice, I haven’t seen it in this part of the world.

  4. I can imagine how good this tastes and smells! I would love to give this recipe a try! One of the things that I look forward during this season is all the pumpkin recipes!

  5. I love pancakes and also my son tells me that pancakes are what I cook best! I’ll do your recipe to see if he likes it too! it seems to be very yummy! Great photos.

  6. Pumpkin spice pancakes are awesome I am sure. I love pancakes and adding a little pumpkin to it sounds absolutely delicious. I know my daughter would love these pancakes. They would be absolutely delicious.

  7. Pumpkin Spice pancakes are my absolute favorite kind of pancakes. The only difference is I add pecans and buttercream cake frosting in the mix. Oh My Good Delish!!!

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