This is Fall on your breakfast plate!
I make this pancake year around. I sometimes swap out the pumpkin for sweet potatoes. Still, keeps the same Fall vibes but sweeter! Yum!
I usually have it while enjoying a cup of pumpkin spiced coffee or chai tea!
That’s the life!
Those spices are so comforting, warming, and delicious!
Feel free to use any flour on hand If you don’t have oat flour but have rolled oats, just put them through the coffee grinder for a few seconds to turn them into powder. No need to buy oat flour really! It’s so much cheaper that way!
You can also substitute pumpkin spice if you don’t have chai spices around.
[lt_recipe name=”Spicy Chai Orange pumpkin Pancakes” prep_time=”15M” cook_time=”10M” total_time=”25M” difficulty=”Easy” summary=”Delicious mouth watering pancakes! These Spicy Chai Orange pumpkin pancakes are Fall served in your breakfast plate!” print=”yes” image=”http://www.mikastable.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/spicy-Chia-orange-pumpkin-pancake-2-of-1.jpg” ingredients=”1 1/2 cups gluten-free oats flour;3 tsp. chai spices;1 1/2 tsp. baking powder;2 tbsp. coconut sugar, unrefined;a pinch of salt;1 cup unsweetened apple sauce;1 cup coconut or almond milk;1 cup pumpkin puree or mashed ( canned or fresh);1 tsp. vanilla bean paste or vanilla syrup;1 tbsp. orange zest;” ];Combine the flour with the sugar, salt, baking powder, and chai spices.;Add the applesauce, follow by the nut milk, orange zest, and the rest of the ingredients.; Mix until smooth.;Heat up the pancake griddle on medium. Spray with non-stick spray if necessary. ;Pour the batter 1/3 cup at a time. Cook until bubbly on the top, around 2 to 3 minutes.;Flip for the other side to cook. ;Serve warm with your favorite toppings!;;;;[/lt_recipe]
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Until next time….