Spiced Up & Stacked Pumpkin Butter Pancakes For One

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I am downright giddy this morning.

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The sun is finally here and the temperature is warm! And it is supposed to stay this way for the Thanksgiving weekend.

I feel like running a marathon.

Ok, maybe not a full marathon, but I am excited for my run today. ;)

Yesterday I got out for a 4 mile run and it was glorious. If there is one thing I have learned it is that no matter how gloomy the weather, getting outdoors will always boost my mood! I felt amazing after my run yesterday (and no falls).

This morning I had some pancake business to take care of after yesterday’s debacle…

Meet yesterday:

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Don’t ask.

Meet today:

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The angels are singing, can you hear them?

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Spiced Up & Stacked Pumpkin Butter Pancakes For One

Adapted from my healthy Spelt Pancakes For One 

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup stone ground Kamut flour (or flour of choice)
  • 3/4 cup almond milk
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla bean paste or 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 3/4 tsp cinnamon + dash of nutmeg + dash ginger
  • 1/2 tbsp sugar
  • Pinch sea salt
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil, melted
  • Pecans
  • Homemade Pumpkin Butter

 

Directions: Grease and preheat a skillet on the stovetop. In a medium sized bowl, mix the dry ingredients (baking powder, flour, sugar, sea salt, spices). In a small bowl mix the wet ingredients (vanilla, almond milk, coconut oil (melted). Add wet to dry and whisk well. Pour less than 1/4 cup per pancake and cook until bubble form. Flip and cook until golden on the opposite side. Layer with Homemade Pumpkin Butter and pecans and sprinkle with coconut. Serves 1.

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I’m seriously addicted to this Homemade Pumpkin Butter.

At each meal, I ask myself: Is there any way I can somehow incorporate pumpkin butter? ;)

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These were incredibly delicious.

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Today is the last day for voting in the Project Food Blog Challenge #3. I would greatly appreciate your support in carrying me into the next round!

I’m off to bake up my orders and hopefully cap the work day with some much needed paper work and some last minute baking for Thanksgiving.

Have a great day! :)

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Tracey @ I'm Not Superhuman October 7, 2010

These look great. Also, I wish I were half as chipper as you in the morning. That’s how energetic I sound at 11 pm, when I should be heading to bed.

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Bethany @ More Fruit Please October 7, 2010

Yum!! I think I know what I’m having for breakfast on Saturday! ;-) I’m always looking for more uses with my pumpkin butter too!

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Jessica @ How Sweet October 7, 2010

They sure do look incredibly delicious!

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Holly @ couchpotatoathlete October 7, 2010

Those pancakes look amazing. I love the deep brown color — perfect for Fall.

I ask again, why isn’t Frank in the pics? :)

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Sarah October 7, 2010

Those look amazing and healthy! Will attempt them asap :)

xo
Sarah

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Annie@stronghealthyfit October 7, 2010

Pumpkin butter is SO good! So easy to make too. Cute pancakes!

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Chelsea @ One Healthy Munchkin October 7, 2010

Nice weather can make all the difference in a run. Fall is such a perfect time because it’s just cool enough and the gorgeous scenery makes the run just fly by!

I’ve missed your pancake posts. These look amazing! :D

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Jenn @ LiveWellFitNow October 7, 2010

Ok, yum. I would be singing myself if I had those pancakes for breakfast!!! :)

The sun is finally out here in Boston as well. After 4 days of rain…it’s about time!!!!

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Joslyn @ missfitbliss October 7, 2010

I was going to try your pumpkin smoothie but I forgot to get pumpkin from Whole Foods last night! Now I have another incentive to buy it!

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jenna October 7, 2010

your bfast looks amazing!

I love how cozy your table is! :) so fall!

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Lindsey October 7, 2010

Haha – great minds think alike! I saw your pumpkin butter post and made my old go to recipe for it yesterday. Then I had to figure out what to eat it on… I made oatmeal pancakes this morning and covered them in pumpkin butter :D.

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Darci October 7, 2010

SUCCESS!!! The pancakes look wonderful!! :)

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Amanda October 7, 2010

I can’t wait to make some pumpkin butter, your’s looks wonderful. It’s to bad it’s unsafe to can. :( Luckily I’ll have lots of homemade, canned apple butter to get me through the winter.

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Jil @ Peace, Love & Munchies October 7, 2010

Those look innnncredible! Of course, your table setting still does, too! Beautiful.

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rachel October 7, 2010

yummmm i want those pancakes! and i am trying out that pumpkin butter recipe maybe today if i have time, i’m so excited :D

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Anna @ Newlywed, Newly Veg October 7, 2010

I feel like your mornings always look straight out of Martha Stewart Living! Come to think of it…are you sure you’re not Martha Stewart in disguise?!? :-)

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Kelsey @ CleanTeenKelsey October 7, 2010

Oh, I am jealous! haha. I made pumpkin pancakes for breakfast this morning too, but they did NOT work out. They looked a lot like your pancakes yesterday… I just have a hard time with them; I don’t know why!

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Gypsy October 7, 2010

I love the new “possibly related posts.” Just discovered your coconut peanut butter pancakes! Nice addition :)

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Lea @ Healthy Coconut October 7, 2010

Beautiful pictures of fall Angela. I noticed these pancakes (the actual pancake) are fluffier than the spelt for one pancake….or maybe my eyes got so big when I saw them that they look fluffy :)

I love that you used coconut oil in this recipe.

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Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2010

I added more baking powder this time so that might have something to do with it…and also the Kamut flour perhaps?

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Angela @ Eat Spin Run Repeat October 7, 2010

YAY for sunshine! I also went out and took a bunch of tree photos on my way to work this morning – how weird is that?? The pumpkin butter looks delish, and sounds like a great alternative to syrup. I’m not a big maple syrup girl so I think I’ll try this next!

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Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2010

Im so proud of you for taking pics on your way to work! lol

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AllieNic @Frisky Lemon October 7, 2010

The first picture in this posts sent shivers down my spine! It is SO beautiful. I love fall! This post reminded me of growing up in Vermont where the leaves are beautiful in the fall…That picture made me so happy!!

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Jenny October 7, 2010

Oh my gracious those pancakes look absolutely splendid! And so do the leaves, I am in love!

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Andrea (@ Puppy Dog Tales) October 7, 2010

OH my goodness. Those look delicious. Can I come over for breakfast? I love the trees and leaves and all the fall colors. Melt my heart!

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Courtney October 7, 2010

I made these as soon as I read this post. They are so good, especially with the coconut oil added to the batter. I added choc. chips and bananas!

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Michelle @ IronDivas October 7, 2010

I am getting seriously hungry looking at these pancakes. Really giving me the extra incentive to make that pumpkin butter!

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Nicole @ Geek Turned Athlete October 7, 2010

Your house seriously looks like Fall. I LOVE it!! Fall is seriously my fav season! I can almost smell the crisp air, pumpkin, and cinnamon coming from your house! haha

I made some cranberry cinnamon maple granola yesterday, and seriously, my house smelled like the holidays. That smell made me so happy inside!

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Lily @ Lily's Health Pad October 7, 2010

I look forward to your posts every day! I wonder how these would’ve tasted with a little canned pumpkin in the batter?

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Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2010

I was thinking about doing that and I got side tracked by the pumpkin butter. :) Im sure it would be fab!

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Kjirsten- Balanced Healthy Life October 7, 2010

Wow, that breakfast sure beat mine ( Ezekiel low sodium bread with peanut butter)! I am planning on making a batch of the pumpkin butter this weekend and seriously can’t wait! I have been thinking of all the things I can put it on (kind of like you)!

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Estela @ Weekly Bite October 7, 2010

I’ll be making these pancakes very soon! Looks perfect for the fall!

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Shannon, Tropical Eats October 7, 2010

oh ang, you need to start a food magazine or have your own food network show!!!!!!!!!! these look so perfect!

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Shanna October 7, 2010

That’s just not fair. My breakfast will not compare to this and you live too far away for me to force you to make me some ;)

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Amber K October 7, 2010

I certainly didn’t wake up with such a good attitude this morning! It’s hard when I only have to be up super early two days a week and TODAY is one of those days. *yawn*

Those pancakes look absolutely delicious. You are brilliant at plating and photography.

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Megan @ Healthy Hoggin' October 7, 2010

Wow, those look perfect! I need some pumpkin butter ASAP! (love your pancake FAIL yesterday– that’s how mine look almost all the time!) LOL :)

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Liz @ Tip Top Shape October 7, 2010

I am so making these tomorrow morning. No classes = pancakes. Quick question, though, can I sub in something for the coconut oil??

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Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2010

Yup you can use any type of mild oil…olive oil would work well here.

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Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2010

canola oil too

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Felicia October 7, 2010

Uhmm.. considering thanksgiving/autumn is my favorite time of year, and I don’t get to celebrate until next month, and all your food makes me drool, and your atmosphere is absolutely perfect, can i just come over and celebrate? hahaha these look AMAZING!

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Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2010

Fine by me, just bring pumpkin butter. I might run out….tomorrow. ;)

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Amanda (Eating Up) October 7, 2010

The pancakes look great with the fall leaves! You’re so awesome at food styling!

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Wei-Wei October 7, 2010

PANCAKE STACKERS! There’s just so much stuff you can stack them with. Mmmmmm. Amazing and so fall-y!

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Heather (Heather's Dish) October 7, 2010

the angels are singing and i CAN here them! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH (that was singing… :))

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Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2010

I have had the song ‘angels we have heard on high’ in my head all morning! LOL

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Katy @ a shot of life October 7, 2010

Wow those leaves are gorgeous! As are the pancakes…I think I know what I’m having for breakfast Saturday :)

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Camille October 7, 2010

Your table looks so Fall-like! I love it!

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