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My GF Pumpkin Pancakes

So this is what I did, I mixed King Arthur's GF Pancake mix and Bob's Red Mill GF Pancake mix and combined a couple recipes to come up with my own. This is what I came up with:

(In the future these mixes will be premixed. I'm going to mix them as soon as I buy them so I can avoid any extra work. Why are they mixed? I've found that I like one thing about a mix something different about another so I have mixed a couple in the past and the mixed pancakes taste the best.)

Today I did 1/2 c and 1/4c of both King Arthur and Bob's Red Mill GF Pancake Mix
1 1/2c GF Pancake Mix
1 large egg
2 tbs sunflower oil (I accidentally omitted this today but everything turned out great)
1 c Almond milk
1/2 can pumpkin puree
2 huge dashes of cinnamon (this was an accident but it worked)
pinch of nutmeg (I think I'll do 2 next time)
1 tsp vanilla extract
3 tsp raw sugar (I'll do 4-5 tsp the next time)
(I put raisins in my half)

mix altogether and make on the griddle .
This made 11 pancakes.


Almond milk

Large egg

Pumpkin puree

Raw sugar

Cinnamon

Vanilla

Nutmeg

Mix

Smooth

Griddle

Raisins

The homemade sausage I made and froze the other day

My GF Breakfast!

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