gluten-free pumpkin pancakes with coconut kefir chia seed pumpkin sauce

pancakes that are gluten free

hello luvs!

as we mentioned yesterday we have some super yummy recipes to share with you this week. some are raw and some are baked. but every recipe is delicious and healthy! perfect for this time of year when people want satisfying eats but also stay on track with fitness goals, like us. that is why we created these recipes.

we wanted some fun eats this holiday season that are comforting, full of flavor, made from wholesome foods and of course gluten-free!

 

now pumpkin pancakes are no new thing. we have been wanting to make pumpkin pancakes for some time now. it actually took us a few trials 4 attempts to get these pancakes where we were satisfied with them. they are not vegan but can totally be made with a flax gel to replace the egg. also if you do not eat gluten-free then you can sub the gluten-free flours for any flour of your liking. (1 cup total flour)

pancakes with coconut kefir chia seed pumpkin dairy-free sauce

we love pumpkin pancakes almost as much as we love our pumpkin donuts. but we do admit we have some trouble with making really amazing gluten-free pancakes. sometimes we want light and fluffy, as other times want a thin pancake, but we prefer thick pancakes!  *as you may have noticed we have been slowly updating our recipe page, check out our pancakes page to see all our other pancakes.

 

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yummy gluten free pumpkin pancakes

pure2raw recipe: gluten-free pumpkin pancakes with coconut kefir chia seed pumpkin sauce (dairy-free, peanut-free, soy-free, low sugar) 

prep-time: 5 minutes

bake-time: varies – 10-15 minutes to make all the pancakes

makes 12 -15 pancakes depending on size of scoop

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup brown rice flour
  • 1/4 cup amaranth flour
  • 1/4 cup arrowroot starch
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • 10 drops of stevia (or 1-2 tablespoons of sugar of choice)
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1 egg
  • 3/4- 1 cup coconut or almond milk or buttermilk

Directions:

Grab a large bowl and place all dry ingredients into bowl and whisk together.

Next add in your wet ingredients from the egg, pumpkin puree, stevia, and coconut oil. Begin to whisk together.

Then slowly begin to start whisking in your non-dairy milk or buttermilk of choice.

Batter will be smooth and a little thick.

Have your pre-heated (over medium heat) non-stick skillet pan to scoop your pumpkin pancake batter onto warm skillet.

Let pancakes cook on first side for a few minutes before flipping. Then continue to bake pancakes till all are done.

You may top these gluten-free pancakes with traditional maple syrup or you can try our coconut kefir chia seed pumpkin sauce for a great topping for these pancakes!

Pure2raw recipe: Coconut kefir chia seed pumpkin sauce

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup coconut kefir
  • 3 tablespoons chia seeds
  • 2 tablespoons pumpkin puree
  • 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice

*may add in stevia or maple syrup if want it sweet. we left ours without it.

Directions:

Place all sauce ingredients into a bowl and stir till combined. Then top your pancakes.

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gluten free dairy free pumpkin pancakes

we are excited to add these pumpkin pancakes to our list of pancake love.

best gluten-free pumpkin pancakes

now who doesn’t love homemade pancakes?

Twins Question: What is your favorite childhood memory of Christmas? Any fun traditions?

We remember making sugar cookies and decorating them with our older sisters. We remember not sleeping the night before, waiting with excitement to first check out our stockings!! Even though we grew up with no fireplace, we still had stockings. A favorite memory for us. We started to play, which seemed liked hours before the rest of our family would show up to have breakfast then open more gifts. Good times…looking to making many new memories with our niece!

Till next time….next recipe is something warm from the oven and full of spice, any guesses?

L &M

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21 Responses to gluten-free pumpkin pancakes with coconut kefir chia seed pumpkin sauce

  1. I love everything about this recipe…pumpkin, kefir, chia. That’s about as much health punch as you can get with breakfast!
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  2. I looooove thick pancakes too. These look rockin ladies. Perfect for Christmas morning. Can’t wait to see what spice filled goodie you’ve got to share next :). Happy day!
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  3. lindsay says:

    hoping this comment goes through! those look amazing as always!!
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  4. WOW! Those look so decadent! Keep the recipes coming, I love seeing what you two come up with…so yummy and original :)
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  5. Jessica LeBoeuf says:

    Wow, those pancakes look awesome!! I totally have pumpkin in the cabinet…I may have to check those out. I’m thinking ginger bread or pumpkin bread?

  6. So happy you got all of your RSS stuff figured out, I’m sure it was quite the headache. But it seems to be working fine now!

  7. Emily says:

    Lovely pancakes! I’m glad you’re still using pumpkin. I am too! I love it so much

  8. pumpkin pie next????

    These pancakes look phenomenal! Perfect for xmas morning!

    Happy holidays 2 you both!!!
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  9. Lou says:

    You guys never fail to deliver the delicious delights! These look fantastic.

    I remember leaving out a can of beer for Santa, and chocolate covered raisins for the reindeer ;)
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  10. I love these pancakes! We usually have pancakes Christmas morning and I’d love to slip this recipe in and see if anyone noticed!
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  11. These look SO good! And that kefir pumpkin sauce is brilliant!
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