A friend suggested that I write the Harvest Pancake recipe first and then emailed back & said “don’t forget that gross spider web thing the kids love”. So both of these recipes are dedicated to “the kids” (who really do love the idea of webby bug riddled pancakes) and Ree.
What you will need:
2 eggs, slightly beaten
1/4 cup Truvia (or Splenda)
3/4 cup milk
¼ cup water
1 teaspoon vanilla
12 oz canned pumpkin
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
What to do: (Wow, just typing all that I’m hungry)
Mix all ingredients except oil and things listed under optional.
Add any diced apples, cranberries, or crushed pecans you would like to use.
Heat oil in pan or on griddle until it bubbles.
Pour out circles of batter. Leave to rise and begin to brown on bottom edges. (There will be bubbles all over top side of pancake when ready to flip)
Flip allow, rising again. Remove from pan when cooked through (about 45 seconds after flipping).
Top with butter, syrup, stewed apples, and/or powdered sugar.
Do not add any “extras” to batter, but do remove water and add 3 Tablespoons more flour.
Pour into Ziploc baggie.
Cut small corner of baggie open.
Pipe batter onto hot pan/griddle in spider web shapes!
Allow to cook as usual.
*Dropping a few raisins on the plate before the syrup add a little to the spider feel of these pancakes.*