Monday, October 3, 2011

Vegan Mofo 2: Pumpkin Spiced Pancakes

The weather finally shifted this weekend in the greater Washington, DC area. The air was cold and crisp. While on a grocery shopping trip at Trader Joe's, I saw a huge display of all things pumpkin. I grabbed a can of plain pumpkin puree (okay, so I grabbed a few!) because I like to put it in just about anything this time of year. When we returned home, I hit up my cookbooks to find something delicious to make. The winner? "Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes" from Julie Hasson's Vegan Diner. I've owned this cookbook for several months but I haven't made anything from it just yet. If all the recipes are as good as this one, I need to get moving on making some more!


The recipe called for a mix of ground ginger, all spice, nutmeg and cinnamon. You really can't go wrong when you mix these with some pumpkin.

First you mix together the dry ingredients. In the background, you can see my cookbook stand, which felt frivolous at the time, but is by far the best $24.95 I've ever spent.

You mix the wet ingredients in a separate bowl and then combine the two.

Voila! Autumn-y spiced pumpkin goodness. These will be making many repeat performances in my kitchen this fall!

6 comments:

omgoshimvegan said...

I love pumpkin and these pancakes look great. How can you go wrong making these. YUM!

coldandsleepy said...

Delicious! I agree, pumpkin + those spices = success in almost all cases.

The cookbook stand is cool!

cadryskitchen.com said...

I've really been enjoying Vegan Diner, but I haven't ventured into any of her breakfast recipes yet. Your pancakes look delicious, and I already have a can of pumpkin in the cabinet. Fortuitous, Yes?

Karena said...

Looks wonderful! And the cookbook stand? Priceless.

EverydayTastiness said...
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EverydayTastiness said...

looks tasty. Julie has a nice youtube channel too