A fall spin on breakfast or brunch, pumpkin pancakes are healthy and incredibly delicious. Use canned pumpkin any time of year, but make these pancakes superstars at your next breakfast or brunch by cooking your own fresh pumpkin ahead of time.See Popular Pumpkin Pancakes Recipes
Protein powder isn't just for shakes. In this fall breakfast, it stands in for some of the flour, adding staying power to the gluten-free waffles.
While you prep and cook these whole-wheat waffles, simmer some maple syrup with a cinnamon stick for an extra-flavorful drizzle. Top with a pat of butter or a spoonful of whipped cream and an extra sprinkle or two of cinnamon.
This Recipe is appropriate for Phases 2, 3, & 4 of the Atkins Diet. Join Atkins today to sign up for your Free Quick-Start Kit including 3 Atkins Bars and gain access to Free Tools and Community, as well as over 1,500 other Free Atkins-friendly Recipes.
Start your day off right with Pumpkin Pancakes topped with warm apple topping.
These antioxidant-loaded pancakes are perfect brunch fare. Top this low-fat recipe with a healthful easy-to-make orange syrup.
Serve this 30-minute meal as a healthy brunch. The pumpkin and orange juice provide a good dose of antioxidants.
We fear we may soon turn orange this month, thanks to all the pumpkin lattes, pumpkin soup, pumpkin doughnuts, pumpkin beer and pumpkin bars we've been gorging on. But the fact is, most of the pumpkin foods we're salivating over aren't really about using actual pumpkin at all, the Wall Street Journal reports. When did we forget that pumpkin isn't the same as pumpkin spice?
Once I go pumpkin I never go back... or at least not until after bathing suit season. The beauty of cooking with pumpkin is that with canned pumpkin there is always a little left over, so you have to use it up in your next recipe--and the cycle continues.
After turkey, pumpkin pie is about the most traditional of Thanksgiving foods. But is it any good? Let's face it, pumpkin pie is heavy, dense, cloying, and kind of dull. I can eat one spoonful of pumpkin pie and be done.
Pumpkin pie, we love you. But when it's fall party time (whether it's an autumn dinner party, a Halloween hoedown, or a Thanksgiving spread), we'd like to shake up the dessert table with some pumpkin sweets that are a little unexpected. Pumpkin is one of those ingredients that bring out bragging rights, and rightfully so.
Ok, we'll admit -- it's not like there's a shortage of things to make with canned pumpkin. You've got your pumpkin breads, pumpkin cheesecakes, pumpkin muffins and, of course, pumpkin pie. We're not turning any of it down, but let's face it: how many pumpkin pies are you going to make this year?
Is it us, or does everything take on an orange glow this time of year -- and it's not just the sunlight through the changing leaves. Oh, that's right, maybe it's because we've been stuffing ourselves silly with pumpkin. You can't blame us for the craving; after all, they're everywhere you turn.
It's hard to believe Christmas is just around the corner! Wasn't it just Halloween? Here's an idea to make Christmas morning even more festive: Whip up a fun breakfast your kids will enjoy and that will give them sweet presents to start their day.
How to get perfect pancakes? Head up north. I recently went to Quebec and visited a sugar shack, places where the Quebecois go to party.
Fluffy egg whites lighten up the batter of these seasonal Pumpkin Waffles, while a slightly tart and sweet Cranberry Compote adds flavor and color.