Pumpkin is high in beta-carotene. Pumpkin has Vitamin C, E and A. All of these vitamins may help you boost your immune system. Pumpkin also has fiber. Fiber helps to fill you up and it helps you stabilize your blood sugar. Remember pumpkin has little to no fat.
One Cup of gluten free flour
Three tablespoons of organic canned pumpkin
One cup of almond milk
Three tablespoons of baking powder
A pinch of sea salt
One teaspoon of ginger
One teaspoon of nutmeg
One teaspoon of cinnamon
How to make:
In a medium size bowl, mix all your dry ingredients together. When your dry ingredients are incorporated, add your pumpkin and almond milk and mix well. You want your mix to be very well incorporated. Heat a medium size pan with a small bit of butter over low to medium heat. Take a one half measuring cup and add your pumpkin mix to your heated pan. Let your pumpkin pancake mix cook on the first side for three to five minutes. Then flip the pancake on to its other side and let cook for an additional three to five minutes. Set on a plate and cook the remaining pancake mixer.
Tip: You can top your pancakes with butter and/or maple syrup.
Prep Time: Four minutes
Cook Time: Six to Ten Minutes
Serving Size: Two
Yields :Four Pancakes
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