The past few days here have been abnormally hot….about in the 90’s which is pretty rare around here. Except yesterday that is…it was slightly chilly, very over cast and almost fall type weather. I wanted something filling for breakfast, not cereal. I was going to try and make a flour blend that I could use for pancakes but realized I needed to order some more flours to do that and saw that I had half a package of Trader Joe’s GF Pancake mix left so I decided to make those.
I am not one for plain pancakes. I love chocolate chips in mine. I didn’t have any yesterday so I looked around to see what I had and could incorporate into my pancakes. I found some cinnamon, some nutmeg, some pumpkin pie spice and some walnuts.
1/2 package of Trader Joe’s GF Pancake mix (follow directions on the back of package)
1 1/2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice (Trader Joe’s)
1/4 cup chopped walnut pieces (Trader Joe’s)
Prepare Pancake mix as the package says. Stir in the pumpkin pie spice. In a large pre-heated skillet with a little bit of non-stick spray drop in about 3 pancakes (about 1/4 cup each of batter…or however large/small you like them). Then they start to bubble add walnuts and then flip over to cook on the other side.
Pancakes should only be flipped once. When you see the bubbles start to form you know that is almost time to flip. The bottom should then be a nice golden brown.
You can make all of the pancakes at once and either refrigerate or freeze them. Or you can make what you would like and then save the batter for a day or two in the refrigerator. I made all of mine at once and just put them in the toaster this morning to have again. Very tasty.