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Thank you! If you made the recipe, please choose a star rating, too. You will not be subscribed to our email newsletter. I have been eager to make pumpkin pancakes and your post inspired me! I too have seen purple potatoes in the supermarket and have been curious as to what they are like! I do hope you make these pancakes soon. They really are fool-proof and so, so yummy! I have never seen purple potatoes! Wow these pancakes look amazing—I love anything pumpkin. I saw these last night on FoodGawker and came for a peek.. I knew I had to make this for breakfast.

I put some in the oven last night to roast in anticipation of making these pancakes. Soo soo good..

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I even had Red Thumb fingerlings…perfect way to roast them in the preheated skillet! I made mashed potatoes once with purple potatoes. They tasted great but they looked so funny! I really want to serve them to a three year old. I think it would make their day! Your pancakes look delicious! When I get my care package from home with a big bottle of maple syrup, this will be the first thing I make!

You HAVE to try purple sweet potatoes! They are ridiculously expensive, Japanese in origin, and grown in Hawaii for the US market, but so worth it. Someone who commented on my post about them said they are used in Japan to make purple sweet potato pies. Can you imagine?!? Wow, those are stunning! I recommend topping with a little natural peanut butter and a sliced banana…yum!

I love your blog and cook from it at least once a week…keep it up! Thanks for your great comment, RHK! Peanut butter and banana sound like killer toppings! I made these pancakes for breakfast today, and they cam out perfectly! I think the difference was mixing the wet and dry ingredients separately. Thanks Kate!

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Glad you like them. I definitely recommend mixing the wet and dry ingredients separately for pancakes. I just stumbled across your blog and this recipe today and made them for a laid-back Sunday breakfast! On a side-note, I was short about 3 oz of milk and added some apple cider to replace some of the liquid and they were scrumptious : Thanks for a great recipe!

Thanks for commenting, Holly! I bet apple cider would be a lovely addition! You might like my banana pancake recipe, too. Hi Kate! I know this is an old post but I just made these pancakes on this rainy in CA Saturday morning and they were perfect. I love your recipes — my husband is a huge fan of both the honey whole wheat pumpkin and banana breads.

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Though he makes me add chocolate chips to both of them :. I made the pancakes today and they turned out to be such fluffy and light! My 2 yr old son loved it to bits!

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Quick question — is the butter meant to be mixed in with the wet ingredients, or is it meant for greasing pan or topping the pancakes? If mixing in, do you think I could sub coconut oil? The butter goes in with the other liquid ingredients!

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I have been hooked on your blog since then. Your recipes are very fresh and new. Thank you, Maia! Happy to hear that you found my blog on that search. Hope you love the pancakes! These have been in regular weekend rotation since our CSA has been delivering organic pumpkins.

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The 5, 3, and 1 year old are all fans! Thanks for a perfectly fantastic recipe! Poor bacon was left behind.

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Thanks for sharing your recipe! Hi Dawn! So glad these turned out well for you. I actually sub some oat bran for some flour and honey for brown sugar and they still come out great! I made these for the first time last year, and they were incredibly tasty. I loved how easy they were to make and how fluffy they were. I served them with apple butter and maple syrup which complemented them nicely.

Thanks for this great recipe! I just tripled this receipt and made these for my family. I have to agree. You are my go to for all things yummy. Thanks for another great meal. Pumpkin pancakes and potatoes what could be better for a Friday night dinner.

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I had no difficulties following it and my husband said they were the best pancakes he has ever had and he is a true pancake expert. The WG flour gave a nice crunch…check it out. Do you think this recipe would work if I substitute stevia for the sugar? I try not to eat sugar or white flour. I made them for my husband and I and we loved them! I did substitute stevia for the sugar and they were wonderful!

Great recipe! Thank you for the inspiration!