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  1. I added 2 extra egg whites – used 4T of water – bobs red mill bread flour – did NOT over stir ???? – followed the instructions and my pancakes came out flat and seemed a tad . . . doughy instead of fluffy ????
    I also added Hershey’s unsweetened cocoa to the ‘drizzle’ recipe and that was yummy!

    • I really appreciate your interest in my recipe Tonnie! I love your idea of adding cocoa powder to the drizzle. So fun! 🙂 Thanks for sharing your recipe modifications — that’s super helpful to know! How did you measure the bread flour? How much did you spread the batter once it was in the pan, and how long did you cook your pancakes? And just to make sure I understand the texture, does “doughy” mean dry, raw, or dense? (Or something else?) Can you describe how the texture looked compared to the texture of the pancakes in my photo directly above the recipe?

      I know I just asked a LOT of questions, but once I know your answers to all of them, I’ll have a much better idea of what happened and how to fix it! 🙂

      • I made these for the first time ever. Never had pumpkin pancakes before. I love them. They came out perfectly. They look and tasted wonderfull. Thanks for the great recipe.5 stars

        • I’m so glad you loved these pancakes Anita! That truly means the world to me — thank you so much for taking the time to let me know! 🙂

    • I don’t think I have EVER left a comment on a recipe in my life, but as someone with a somewhat restrictive diet this has to be my new favorite breakfast recipe. Other than substituting the white whole wheat flour for oat flour everything worked out perfectly, and tasted absolutely incredible. Thank you for the great recipe!5 stars

      • Oh my goodness Tobias — thank you SO much!! I’m truly honored that you’d take the time to leave a comment and let me know. I’m so glad you’re enjoying these pancakes and that you’d call this your new favorite breakfast recipe! Thank you so much for sharing this with me! 🙂

  2. Hi, Amy – me again!
    I made these with some leftover canned pumpkin the other day. So fluffy and delicious! I froze the leftovers to have for future breakfasts. Hope you’re well! Thanks for the recipes ????5 stars

    • Hi Celina!! It’s always SUCH a joy to hear from you! ♡ I’m really glad you loved these pancakes, and I hope you enjoy your future pancake breakfasts just as well! Sending you so much love and happiness, sweet friend!

  3. By far the absolute BEST pancake recipe ever!!!!!! I made them with oat flour as I am gf. I also added about half a tsp of xanthan gum to the mixture, they are amazing, I make them around 2-4 times a week:) Also great macros!5 stars

    • I’m SO honored that you’d call this the best pancake recipe ever, Abi!! That’s simply the sweetest and best compliment, especially hearing that you make them 2-4 times a week. You just made my entire day! Thank you so, so much for taking the time to let me know!! 🙂

  4. Hi, just a quick question. I read the substitutes dor gluten free flower. After the list you wrote and xanthan gum, does that would add that to any of the gliten free flours or just the last one? Cant wait to make these.

    • I’m honored by your interest in my recipe, Avery! For my recommended homemade gluten-free flour blend, you’ll need to use all three gluten-free flours (millet, tapioca, and brown rice) plus the xanthan gum — so four ingredients in total. Does that make more sense? 🙂 I’d love to hear what you think of these pancakes if you try making them!

    • I’m honored by your interest in my recipe, Isabella! The pancakes in my photos are all silver dollar sized. I used the same amount of batter that I included in Step 3 to make each pancake, and I spread it out in the pan with a spatula (again, as directed in Step 3!) to make the pancakes thinner and wider. I always make my recipes exactly as written to photograph! (However, the plates I use are fairly small, closer to the size of bread plates rather than standard dinner plates, which can make the pancakes appear larger — perhaps that’s why they look bigger to you?) 🙂 I’d love to hear what you think if you try making these pancakes!

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