Pumpkin Ricotta Pancakes with a side of pumpkin carving - Beyer Beware

Pumpkin Ricotta Pancakes with a side of pumpkin carving

I swear to you there is a national day for anything and today happens to be National Pumpkin Day, just in case you were wondering. So what better day to share with you my Pumpkin Ricotta pancakes than today!

After all, if your family is anything like mine, you have probably had your lives revolving around pumpkins, so you might as well start your day with them!

Our neighbor had the kids over to cover pumpkins this weekend. It always more fun to give a large group of kids knives, right? And she is crazy enough to have us all over for some knife slinging.

The kids did get a little help from the grown ups.


And the pumpkins turned out so cute!

Except Boo is always fooling around.

Now, back to the pancakes…
Start by combining flour, baking powder, salt and spices in a medium bowl. Combine with a fork.
Then combine pumpkin puree, ricotta, milk and an egg in a liquid measuring cup.
Then pour the liquid into the dry ingredients and mix together. The batter may be a little lumpy.

When your skillet or griddle is hot over a medium heat, pour your pancakes onto the pan and flip with the top is good and bubbly. If you like chocolate chip pancakes, feel free to drop a few on the top of the pancakes after you pour the batter also.

I served my pancakes with cinnamon and honey butter sprinkled with cinnamon powdered sugar. I could probably eat these pancakes till I was sick. Luckily we had to physical leave the house so I had to tear myself away.
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  1. Medifast Coupons says:

    Love the wig!!

  2. The recipe card attached to your post is for Crock Pot Maple Ham. Would love to have the card for the pancakes!

  3. Leah @ Beyer Beware says:

    Sorry about that, I forgot to change the title but the recipe was right. I have it fixed now! It is good go.

  4. Yummy. I'll be back in town on Halloween so I'll be over that morning for breakfast!

  5. YUM! I'm going to go to someone else's home a cook these things because my eaters are way too picky. OR maybe I will just sneak it on them, and they will have to deal! It's getting to O.K. Corral time at the Wallpe dinner table! :-P Keep these awesome recipes coming.

  6. Miz Helen says:

    Hi Leah,
    Carving the pumpkin time is always so much fun, your neighbor is a hoot and of course your little one is adorable. I would love those pancakes and they are perfect for this week end! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a great week end and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  7. Trish @MomOnTimeout says:

    These look so delicious and I love all the pumpkin carving pics :) Thanks for sharing at Taking A Timeout Thursday! Hope to see you again this week!

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