Sunday, September 18, 2011

Fall Breakfast: Pumpkin Protein Pancakes

Last night was chilly enough I pulled up a light blanket. I am so ready for fall. I want to wear my sweaters, curl up with a quilt on the couch, make casseroles, heck I'll even rake leaves with enthusiasm. Summer is officially over next week but this means nada in Southern California. I watched the weather last night and by Wednesday we will be in the high 90's again Grrr. Well eating these for breakfast made me feel fall-ish at least for the morning...

Weight Loss Surgery Bariatric Recipes Fall Halloween Healthy Sugar FreeShelly's Pumpkin Protein Pancakes

1 Egg, beaten
1/4 cup Pumpkin Puree (not pie filling)
1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder
3 Tablespoons Multigrain Pancake Mix
1 Tablespoon Almond Meal
3 Tablespoons Sugar Free Torani Syrup (any flavor I used SF Caramel)
1/2 teaspoon Pumpkin Pie Spice
Optional: 2 Tablespoons Chopped Pecans

Mix all ingredients together. Spray pan with non-stick spray. I do 4, heaping-ish Tablespoons at a time. Makes 3" pancakes. Cook on low till golden, flip, pat flat, cook till done. Keep warm in low oven till all batter is used. Serve with warm Sugar Free Maple Syrup or smear some Almond Butter, Ricotta Cheese, or Cream Cheese in the middle of 2 and wrap in foil for a yummy Breakfast on-the-go.

Eggface Pumpkin Recipe Round-up:

Shelly's Pumpkin Protein Mini Muffins
Shelly's Pumpkin Spice Protein Ice Cream
Shelly's Pumpkin Protein Souffle
Shelly's Pumpkin Banana Protein Shake
Shelly's Great Pumpkin Hot Cocoa
Shelly's Pumpkin Protein Pudding
Shelly's Iced Pumpkin Spice Latte
Shelly's Pumpkin Praline Ricotta Bake
Shelly's Mini Fall Spice Protein Donuts
Shelly's Pumpkin Ricotta Pancakes
Shelly's 5 Minute Pumpkin Spice Protein Cake

More Fall Recipes

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10 comments:

Big Butt Bertha said...

These look great. I make a kabocha squash "pancakes," where I cook up the kabocha ahead of time - and then take about half of it and whip it with eggs in the kitchenaid. Sometimes I'll add a pinch of salt, but they have great flavor on their own and a really pancakey texture.

MichelleJ said...

Nom... these sound SOOOOOO yummy! Will be making these NOW... and eating them before it's 90F again.

eatrunlose said...

Yea Pumpkin season! I do believe I will be heading to World Market to pick up some yummy-ness this week.

The non change of seasons is the one thing I do not miss from living in SoCal. Out here in Columbus, the leaves have started to change already! I am so excited for fall (and Halloween!).

Sandy said...

Yum! Made these for breakfast this morning. What a great start to the day :)

Susan said...

Made the pancakes this morning! Used 1/2 pumpkin pie syrup and 1/2 salted caramel. Oh yum!

GiGi said...

Those are too cute. I make pancakes like that but I only use protein powder - no flours or anything, and it still comes out great! :)

Anonymous said...

I just made these this morning for the first time. They are delicious! Thanks so much for using your God-given talents to help us all along.

amazonbug said...

Love your pancake recipes!!! Made a version of your pumpkin ones this morning!!! Soooo good!!! Keep up with all your wonderful recipes!! And girl COOKBOOK COOKBOOK COOKBOOK!!!!!!!!!!

Jessica said...

These look yummy, I think I need to make this for me and my husband.

Anonymous said...

I love these things!! I add pumpkin spice almonds chopped up in em with pumpkin pie spice flavored peanut butter and sf syrup. Yummy :) been my addiction for over a week now.