Fall Fav: Pumpkin Pancakes

There is nothing better then a lazy fall morning with a friends and food. This morning a girlfriend and I cooked up a personal fav of mine, the Pumpkin Pancake recipe from Isa Chandra Moskowitz’ Vegan Brunch. I kept all the same except switched out the all purpose flour for buckwheat flour. I try to avoid the white stuff as a rule. I even remembered to take a photo before devouring them! Here they are, in all their glory.

Later in the week, I plan on making the baked pumpkin ziti, a la Veganomicon. If you can’t tell, I am mad for Isa Chandra Moskowitz. Like, I think we could be friends and sit around brainstorming orgasmic things to do with pumpkin and cuddling our cats. Maybe she doesn’t have a cat–but I do.

Zucchini! part feline, part otter.



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6 Responses to Fall Fav: Pumpkin Pancakes

  1. tokyovegan says:

    What a beautiful stack for a Sunday morning! These were my favorite pancakes for the longest time after buying VeganBrunch, too. In fact, I started using pumpkin (kabocha here in Japan) puree in everything. Have you tried Bryanna’s pumpkin cinnamon rolls? http://veganfeastkitchen.blogspot.com/2007/12/pumpkin-cinnamon-rolls-with-pecans-and.html Love pumpkin gnocchi and pumpkin ravioli, too. What kind of pasta do you plan on using in your pumpkin Baked Ziti? BTW, Isa has a cat named Fizzle (introduced in Vegan with a Vengeance).

    • sexytofu says:

      Fizzle! Oh I love her even more. Not sure on my pasta choice yet, I will keep you posted! Unless I forget and eat it all before taking a photo, as I normally do. Kabocha squash is sooo delicious, I love making saag with it. Thanks for the cinnamon roll tip.

  2. Alexandra says:

    Come ziti my pumpkin!

    • sexytofu says:

      Soul mates…I had to clench my teeth hard to keep my mouth from saying “I’ll nut your butter” to the cutie at Whole Foods yesterday. Also I just typed “cookie” instead of “cutie” and had to go back and fix. Oy vey!

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  4. Joanne Sun says:

    First time here. Nice blog and super post. Well done.

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