In the world of pancakes, I am inexperienced. I’ve only made them maybe 10 times in my life, and had fewer flavors than I can count on my hand. But, boy, do I love them.
Usually, I stick with strawberry, blueberry and plain old… well… plain, but these amazing pumpkin spice pancakes from Nikki at Pennies on a Platter had me curious and craving something different.
Fluffy and full of flavorful cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar and ginger, these pancakes were a cinch to whip up, and surprisingly tasty. I don’t like a thick pancake, so these were just the right consistency for me – On the thinner side, but soft, doughy and delicious with a drizzle of real Vermont maple syrup.
Plus, they also win points for passing the ultimate test – Three tiers of buttery-soft, delicious pancake on one fork. It’s essential.
Also, head on over to Be At Home, a wonderful site focused mainly on home decor, where I contributed a “Quick and Easy Recipes” feature, highlighting some of my best tips and tricks. Who knows – You might learn something useful!
Pumpkin Spice Pancakes
Yield: Makes 6-7 pancakes