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Pumpkin Buckwheat Pancakes

October 22, 2009

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7 comments

  1. i’m glad the pancake recipe converted well to totally gluten free. they look delicious, and your whole blog looks lovely. thanks for letting me know you tried my recipe, because i’m glad that now i can read your blog!


  2. Looks like a great recipe – first time I’ve heard of pumpkin pancakes. I actually had buckwheat pancakes myself this morning…but I used a buckwheat pancake mix (just had to add water), which is great when I don’t have much time. I’ll have to try your recipe once I get some quinoa flour, corn flour and molasses. I’ve just recently discovered the huge variety of flours – I guess you can make flour out of virtually any grain/bean/legume.


  3. this looks like a great recipe, but it’s so complicated! Pankakes when I was growing up were so straightforward – flour, eggs, milk, baking soda, baking powder, oil, orange juice. Period.

    I’m not sure I have the discipline to make these. But, they do look tasty.


  4. Just stumbled upon your site.
    Love it!!! My hub-a-hubba is celiac vegan.
    So thank you for the sharing!
    Where did you find apple molasses?
    i live in the GTA area, or maybe i can make this product?


    • I have to guiltily admit that Apple Cider Molasses is probably really hard to find. I bought it at the Union Square Farmers’ Market in NYC over the summer. The farm is called Red Jacket Orchards and the only ingredient is Apple Cider, so you could probably make it but it’s probably a similar process to maple syrup which is boiling down for a LONG time, like several days. Looks like you can order online from them, or try checking into Ontario producers, though I haven’t seen anyone doing anything more than apple butter here. Let me know how it goes!
      – Emily


  5. i think i might have made this product this summer by boil down fresh juiced organic apples or organic apple juice. i was looking to make apple stroop and after the pot cooled it became very thick, no sweetener added. Acted like a natural pectin! Bonus discovery! i wonder if apple molasses would be this thick apple juice with maple syrup or sucanat added? On it’s own it is very sour! On another note where do you purchase most of the ingredients you cook/bake with. i live in the Niagara region but do come into the city once in a while?


    • The apple molasses I have has apple cider as the only ingredient. I suppose you could sweeten the version you made easily as desired though!

      As for where I purchase my ingredients, health food stores stock all of what I buy. Just call around to your local health stores and see what they carry. I shop at Noah’s / Essence of Life / Karma Co-op in Toronto. But the Big Carrot and Whole Foods also probably carry all this stuff. If there’s something specific you’re having trouble finding let me know!



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