Easy Pumpkin Spice Pancakes

Fall officially starts tomorrow! Pumpkin spice deliciousness is a staple of fall and these easy pumpkin spice pancakes let you enjoy it for breakfast! These decadent pancakes are the perfect way to splurge on your diet and treat yourself and the family.

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While most of the world is counting down the days until they can pick up a PSL at Starbucks, I have a different pumpkin fave for the season: the Black Pumpkin Coffee from Dunkin Donuts. It’s seriously delicious even if I always get a look from the cashier when I order it black.

Even though I’m not getting a PSL, I’m still whipping up some pumpkin spice deliciousness at home. First up, surprising the kiddos with these awesome pancakes. They are totally filling and they freeze, making them a super easy hot breakfast on school mornings. Apparently they’re great frozen too because that’s how my 10 year old prefers them.

 

Close Up of Bite Out of Pancakes Stack

Pumpkin Pancakes and Syrup on a Plate

Pumpkin Spice Pancakes Ingredients

Step 1

First, mix all of your dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl. A whisk works best for getting the seasoning throughout.

Step 2

Next, add in your remaining ingredients and mix until thoroughly combined. I recommend using a wooden spoon for this step. You can use a whisk but it takes a lot more upper body strength than I think cooking really needs.

Step 3

Then heat a pan over medium heat. I recommend spraying it with nonstick cooking spray but that’s totally optional.

Step 4

Once your pan is heated, pour 1/3 cup of batter into your pan. Cook it on medium heat for 1.5 minutes.

Step 5

Then flip your pancake and cook for an additional 1.5 minutes.

Step 6

Transfer your finished pancake to a plate and repeat until all of your batter is cooked.

This recipe makes about 26 pancakes and 2 pancakes is a serving size.

 

Close Up of Forkful of Pumpkin Pancakes

To Freeze:

Put in gallon freezer resealable bag and store in freezer for up to 3 weeks. To heat up froze, place 2 pancakes on a microwave safe plate and microwave for 90 seconds.

 

Plate of Pumpkin Pancakes with Syrup

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Although these pumpkin spice pancakes are crazy easy and delicious, do yourself a favor and get a griddle to cook them on. I don’t have a griddle anymore and cooking one at a time takes a while. Once you get the entire batch made, they’re super quick and easy in the morning. Feeling adventurous? Give them a try frozen and save yourself a step in the morning. Maybe my kiddo’s onto something.

 

Yield: 26 Pancakes

Easy Pumpkin Spice Pancakes

Easy Pumpkin Spice Pancakes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes

Ingredients

  • 6 Cups Pancake Mix
  • 3 tsp. Pumpkin Pie Spice Seasoning
  • 1 tsp. Ground Cinnamon
  • 15 oz Can Pureed Pumpkin
  • 3 Cups Applesauce
  • 2 Egg
  • 3 Cups 2% Milk

Instructions

  1. First, mix all of your dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl.
  2. Next, add in your remaining ingredients and mix until thoroughly combined.
  3. Then heat a pan over medium heat and spray it with cooking spray.
  4. Once your pan is heated, pour 1/3 cup of batter into your pan. Cook on medium heat for 1.5 minutes.
  5. Then flip your pancake and cook for an additional 1.5 minutes.
  6. Transfer your pancake to a plate and repeat until your batter is gone.

Notes

To Freeze: Put in gallon freezer resealable bag and store in freezer for up to 3 weeks. To heat up froze, place 2 pancakes on a microwave safe plate and microwave for 90 seconds.

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

13

Serving Size:

2 Pancakes

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 298

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Fun and Creative Fall DIY Projects

Fall is on the way! Even if it’s not cooling off yet where you live, the season will be here before you know it. What better way to get in the mood for it than with these fun and creative fall DIY projects?

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Before we get to the projects, I have a super sad announcement: after 5 years we are shutting down the Merry Monday link party. Even though we know it’s the right decision, it is still one that fills us with sadness.

Endings are never easy and we have truly loved hosting this for you every week. The creativity you have shared with us over the years is amazing and so inspiring. Thank you for being a part of this link party and helping to make it so great!

Okay, sad goodbyes over. Now it’s time to get to the happy and fun fall DIY projects!

 

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This awesome project is the perfect way to dress up your porch for the season. Even better, you can totally display it from September all the way through November! That’s amazing for seasonal decor and it’s so easy to make, too. Double-score!

 

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Spend the weekend in your craft room and get busy making these fun and creative fall DIY projects! You’ll definitely come away rested and refreshed, not to mention, totally stocked up to decorate for the season!

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It’s with a heavy and sad heart that it’s time to end the Merry Monday Link Party. It’s been a long run… 5 years since the first Merry Monday Link Party! We want to thank each and every one of you for continued support of the party over the years and couldn’t have lasted this long without you. 

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DIY Hand Print Turkey Shirt | Thanksgiving Kids Craft

Sometimes during this time of year we get so caught up in everything we have to do that the kiddos can feel a little left out. This is especially true for the youngest ones still at home. Take a time out this weekend and make this DIY hand print turkey shirt with your kiddos for them to wear on the big day.

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This year has thrown into sharp contrast how busy the holidays get for us. In addition to my oldest being in more activities, my husband has been in Louisiana since October 22 for a military training. Good old Murphy is asserting his presence while I’m single-momming it.

A Visit from Murphy

This included my youngest getting Croup which I had never even heard of before. I must have gotten lucky with the older two, but at almost midnight on Halloween night, I heard my son wake up sounding like he couldn’t breath. Talk about scary! I was ready to rush him to the ER until I talked to my momma (God bless her) and she told me what it sounded like.

We slept propped up on the couch the rest of that night and headed to the doctor the next morning. He is since doing so much better, but it really made me look at how on the go we are. Some of the things are outside of my control such as holidays and after-school activities, but how often am I working on Christmas presents instead of hanging out with my kid this time of year? The answer is too often.

That’s why we decided to take a break and enjoy some crafty fun with this DIY hand print turkey shirt. It doesn’t take long but we had so much fun making it. We also got some quality momma and baby time. I want that for you and your kiddos too!

 

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DIY Hand Print Turkey Shirt Materials

 

White T-Shirt Laying Flat

Step 1

First, lay out your t-shirt. Depending on the age of your kids, you may want to put it on a protected surface like old newspaper.

 

White T-Shirt with Box Inside

Step 2

Next, put your cardboard inside of the shirt to separate the front and the back. This keeps your paint from seeping through the fabric and marking the back. It also keeps the sides from getting stuck to each other.

 

Yellow Hand Print on White T-Shirt

Step 3

Begin placing hand prints on the shirt by covering your kid’s hand with fabric paint and having him press the hand firmly, fingers fanned out, down on the t-shirt. Clean any remaining paint from your child’s hand.

 

Colorful Hand Prints on White T-Shirt

Step 4

Continue adding hand prints in different colors, fanning out like feathers. Be sure to clean his hand between each paint color.

 

Black Hand Print over Colorful Hand Prints on White T-Shirt

Step 5

Lastly, add some black paint to your child’s hand and have him press his hand firmly down in the center, fingers together and thumb sticking out. Again, clean the paint off of your kid’s hand.

 

Black Turkey over Colorful Hand Prints on White T-Shirt

Step 6

Now, take your paint brush and fill out the turkey shape using the black hand print as a guide. The thumb becomes the beak and the hand is the head. Don’t forget a bulbous body that hits all of the colorful hand prints.

Step 7

Allow your paint to dry before moving on.

 

Black Turkey with Beak and Snood over Colorful Hand Prints on White T-Shirt

Step 8

After your paint has dried, add a yellow beak and pink (or red) snood.

Step 9

Again, allow your paint to dry completely.

Step 10

Once your paint is dry, toss the shirt in the dryer for 20 minutes to set the fabric paint.

 

Smiling Boy in Hand Print Turkey Shirt with Arms Out

DIY Hand Print Turkey Shirt Care

When washing your turkey shirt, flip it inside out to protect the paint, especially the beak and snood. After washing, you can dry it as you would any other plain t-shirt.

 

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This DIY hand print turkey shirt is so much fun to make, especially with toddlers. They laugh and squeal when you put the paint on their hands and it’s absolutely adorable. Be sure to have your camera ready for some fantastic candid shots. Then on Thanksgiving, throw on your turkey shirts and some sweaters and you’re ready to go. Pretty awesome, huh?

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