Pumpkin Spice Nog Pancakes. Vegan Recipe

Pumpkin Pie Spice Nog Pancake Spiders


Happy Halloween!

Make these Spideys for breakfast! Use a ladle or a ziplock baggie or a squirt bottle. I just used a ladle and a spoon to make the legs. Use mini chocolate chips or seeds to make the eyes. :)

So Delicious sent me a few of their holiday Beverages and the culinary coconut milk. The first thing I opened up was the Nog. Me and hubbs drank a bit. Hubbs finished his and decided it is decent and I left mine as I couldn’t take the strong nutmeg flavor. Disclaimer though that I have never had the real nog in my life. :). The only way hubbs is going to finish it is with a good dash of rum, and that is not going to happen during the weekday. So I decided to use up some in a batch of Pancakes. With the abundant nutmeg already in the nog, I added up the rest of the Pumpkin Pie spice ingredients and voila, a spiced up fall pancake that I could devour.

A few of the pancakes got made into Spiders with mini chocolate chip eyes. Creepy Pumpkin Spice Pancakes
How do you like your Nog?

pumpkin spice pancakes

I just realized that my Ebook is the first ever Vegan Dairy-free Indian Sweets/Desserts Book! So Awesome right. You can get a copy right now here. Where else will you find Rasmalai, Gulab Jamun, Mysore Pak, Laddoos, Sandesh, Burfis all Vegan-ized! And to think that I was going to drop the idea for not believing in myself enough. 

I cannot keep thanking you all enough for spreading the word and buying the Ebook. This week The Ebook is touring blogs, where you will be able to get a recipe or two, read reviews and enter Giveaways for a copy! Links to all the Giveaways and Blog tour schedule can be found on at the bottom of the Ebooks page!

The Ebook has since gotten mention on Our Hen house and several of you have reached out to me about the successful recipes. Diwali festival is on November 3rd, so I am trying to get it out there before then. Please do share if you can and please bear with me with the repeated mentions. :) 



Fluff up the pancakes.

More Pancakes and breakfast on the blog. 
Samoa Cookie Pancakes with Date Caramel and Chocolate Drizzle
Cinnamon roll Pancakes.
Cinnamon Rolls with maple coffee icing. yum!
Tiramisu pancakes
Samoa French Toasts and Molten Chocolate French Toasts
Tiramisu French toasts
Coconut Crusted Baked French Toasts




Pumpkin Pie Spice, Coconut Milk Nog Pancakes 
Fluffy Multigrain Pancakes with Pumpkin Pie spice and Coconut milk Nog
Allergen Information: Free of Dairy,egg, corn, soy, yeast. Can be made gluten-free with gluten-free pancake mix.

Makes 4-5 pancakes
Ingredients:
For the Pancakes:
1 cup my multi-grain Pancake Mix or My Gluten-free Pancake Mix or  any mix of choice
1/3 cup So Delicious Coconut Milk Nog ( or 1/3 cup coconut milk + 1/4 tsp nutmeg)
1/3+ cup water (depends on the pancake mix used)
1/2 teaspoon lemon juice

1.5 teaspoon cinnamon powder
3/4 teaspoon ginger powder
1/4 teaspoon cloves powder

Method:
In a bowl, mix in spices into the dry pancake mix. Add the wet and mix till just about combined. Heat up a girdle on medium heat. Grease if required, and ladle 1/4 cup of the pancake mix on it when the girdle/pan is nicely hot. Cook for 3-5 minutes. Flip once the center gets bubbly. Cook for another 2-4 minutes. If making shapes, reduce heat to low-medium and make the shapes. 
Serve hot with a dollop of Earth balance and Maple syrup.


These pancakes are being shared at Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays

 

 

Comments

  1. says

    I’m going to try these tomorrow!!

    What Indian Food recipe would you like to see veganized?

    I would like to see Jalebi, Kathi Rolls, Samosa, and Lassi veganized!! My mom says those are her favourites and I would love to try them too- but only if they’re vegan!

  2. says

    Cheers for you for confiscating the nog and putting it to good use! This is perfect for pancake snowmen…my nephew will love decorating them with vegan cream cheese spread and chocolate chip eyes and buttons.
    Thanks for the recipe! :)

  3. says

    Cutest pancake ever. You’ve got some serious skills because I would have given up after making a mess of the first leg. I really want to try that nog, I usually buy the Vitasoy one but I find it’s pretty thin, and from what I remember, egg nog is way thicker. Not sure how I’d feel about the stronge nutmeg taste though, I like it, but I don’t like when it’s overpowering.

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