Pumpkin Pancakes

¾ c. Organic Canned Pumpkin
4 Pastured Eggs
1 tbsp. Coconut Nectar
4 drops Sweetleaf Stevia
1 tbsp. Organic Ghee or Butter melted, not hot (have a bit extra available for cooking!)
1 tbsp. Organic Vanilla
¼ c. + 1 tbsp. Coconut Flour
2 tsp. Organic Cinnamon
¼ tsp. Organic Nutmeg
1 tsp. (heaping) Pumpkin Pie Spice
½ tsp. Baking Soda
¼ tsp. Sea Salt
**Note about Stevia: There are many different brands of Stevia out there.  You’ll want to always check the ingredients and do not choose one with any anti-caking agents, etc. if you’re choosing a powder. They all tend to have different “strengths” as well in terms of sweetness so be sure to try before you use!!  I prefer the dark liquid one by the company “Sweetleaf” available at local health food stores or online.
You can sprinkle it or use drops into the batter and just take a slight taste.  You’ll want to get it to where the sweetness is just slightly less than what you would like in the finished product.  The sweet taste will settle in when cooking and turn out perfectly with the finished pancakes!

  1. Mix the dry ingredients in a large bowl… Coconut Flour, Cinnamon, Pumpkin Spice, Nutmeg, Baking Soda, Sea Salt.
  2. In a separate bowl, or blender, mix the wet ingredients… Pumpkin, Eggs, Ghee/ Butter, Vanilla.

**I prefer to use a blender for this recipe!

  1. Add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients and stir or blend until combined… do not over mix!
  2. You can use a blender or the like to mix ingredients as well! Again, do not over mix!
  3. Heat your pan over medium heat and coat with Ghee or Butter.
  4. Use about ¼ c. of batter per pancake, and pour into skillet individually.
  5. Cook for 5-7 minutes (or less depending on size of pancake) on each side until cooked through and lightly browned. They will bubble slightly when ready to turn.
  6. They are delicate when flipping. If you have a thin spatula, that will work best!
  7. Serve warm & enjoy!

Makes 10-15 pancakes 
These pancakes can be served with a small amount of organic maple syrup, sliced banana or other fruit or even just plain!