Gluten-free Pumpkin Pancakes

Gluten-free pumpkin pancakes

To say that these are the best gluten-free pancakes I’ve ever had would be selling this stack short. I hesitate to ever make claims that something is “the best,” because taste is so subjective after all. But these (in my opinion) have to be right up there with the best pancakes I’ve ever eaten, gluten-free or not.

Gluten-free pumpkin pancakes Gluten-free pumpkin pancakes

I made these the other day for Jack and my mom (who is in town visiting right now). After we tasted, my mom said “what’s that special flour you used? I’ll have to get some of that.”

“That flour” I used is Pamela’s Baking & Pancake Mix. I originally started using their flours because all of my gluten-free friends had recommended it to me. This baking mix worked perfectly in these muffins, but I have to say – pancakes with it really take the cake.

  Gluten-free pumpkin pancakes

The way I feel about gluten-free baking is that it’s easier to buy one great mix than to try to combine 4 (or more!) types of flour. The folks at Pamela’s have worked out all of the ratios for you, which I promise will save you failures, frustration, and the overall unpleasant-ness of eating gritty-falling-apart baked goods. These pancakes are not only cohesive, but also light, fluffy, moist and, delightfully pumpkin-y.

Gluten-free pumpkin pancakes  

gluten free pumpkin pancakes
Serves: makes about 10-12 4-inch pancakes
  • 1.5 cup Pamela’s Baking & Pancake Mix
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • ½ cup canned pumpkin
  • 1 cup almond milk, at room temp
  • 1 large egg
  • 2 tablespoons melted coconut oil (plus a little more for the pan)
  • 2 T cane sugar
for serving:
  • butter (optional)
  • maple syrup
  1. In a medium bowl, mix together the Pamela's Baking Mix and the cinnamon.
  2. In a smaller bowl, whisk together the pumpkin, almond milk, egg, coconut oil and sugar until smooth and well combined.
  3. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and use a wooden spoon to mix well.
  4. Heat a nonstick pan with a little coconut oil. Scoop the batter onto the pan using a ¼ cup measuring scoop. Cook until bubbles form, then flip and cook a little longer. Both sides should be nicely golden brown. Repeat with remaining batter.
  5. Serve with butter and maple syrup.

Gluten-free Pumpkin Pancakes
Serves: 10-12 4-inch pancakes
  • 1½ cups Pamela’s Baking & Pancake Mix
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • ½ cup canned pumpkin
  • 1 cup almond milk, at room temperature
  • 1 large egg
  • 2 tablespoons melted coconut oil (plus a little more for the pan)
  • 2 tablespoons cane sugar
For serving:
  • Butter (optional)
  • Maple syrup
  1. In a medium bowl, mix together the Pamela's Baking Mix and the cinnamon.
  2. In a smaller bowl, whisk together the pumpkin, almond milk, egg, coconut oil and sugar until smooth and well combined.
  3. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and use a wooden spoon to mix well.
  4. Heat a nonstick pan with a little coconut oil. Scoop the batter onto the pan using a ¼ cup measuring scoop. Cook until bubbles form, then flip and cook a little longer. Both sides should be nicely golden brown. Repeat with remaining batter.
  5. Serve with butter and maple syrup.


Gluten Free Pumpkin Pancakes

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  1. Julie on said:

    Oh my, those skillet cookies look divine! Would love to try!

  2. Great shots Jeanine! Those drips! I will be dreaming of pumpkin pancakes for the rest of the day 😉 My favorite gluten free baked good would have to be pizza (does that count?). To replicate the ‘real’ thing is no easy task, but when it’s good, it’s delicious. Thank you for hosting this giveaway! x

  3. Beth on said:

    Right now those pumpkin pancakes are calling my name! I’d love to try the baking mixes!

  4. Aa on said:

    Personally, I really enjoy Trader Joe’s Gluten-Free Pizza — the crust always turns out nice and crispy. I would love to try making those pancakes, though !

  5. Leah on said:

    I have a gluten free flour blend from Trader Joe’s that I’m dying to try! These pancakes look great!

  6. Kelly from on said:

    Yum! My daughter is gluten free so I’ll definitely be trying these 🙂 Thanks for the recipe!

  7. Maryna from on said:

    your pancakes look so accurate! and fluffy! oh, like them))

  8. Jaime on said:

    My husband recently began a gluten-free diet. I wasn’t a big baker to begin with, but he loves cookies and now that it’s tougher for him to find cookies to buy, I’ve been trying to make them more often. His favorite that I made so far were pumpkin cake cookies!

  9. I recently found out one of my dear friends can’t eat gluten, so I’m excited to try out some gluten free cookies to mail to her!

  10. Tricia on said:

    i would love to dry gluten free brownies. I’m curious about the texture difference from regular brownies

  11. Jamie on said:

    I’ve been GF for years, but only recently discovered Pamela’s products. My current favorite (2) recipes to make are an adapted GF/DF version of Martha Stewart’s PB&J cookies and an adapted GF/DF Black Dinah chocolatiers molasses chocolate chip cookies. But I have become a huge fan of Pamela’s vanilla cake mix. My husband (non-GF) swears it’s the best gems had- tastes just like yellow cake-in-a-box, and is perfect for upside-down cakes. It being apple season up here, apple upside-down cake is on our menu regularly.

    • Jamie on said:

      And by gems, auto correct means “he’s”. Oops!

  12. tarin on said:

    Excited to try this recipe!

  13. Melinda Preve on said:

    Oh man, my all time favorite gluten-free baked good is definitely bananas foster cupcakes… but upon seeing this recipe I suspect they’re going to have some serious competition. 🙂 Thank you so much for hosting this giveaway!!

  14. Kaitlyn on said:

    The other morning my boyfriend and I made gluten-free chocolate and pecan pancakes. They were delicious and I’d love to try making them again with Pamela’s! Thanks!

    • Nicole on said:

      I need to make these pumpkin pancakes for the gluten haters in my life! Would love to try out Pamela’s. Thank you for the giveaway and all the awesome recipes!

  15. Cassidy Miller on said:

    I’m just dying to dry a recipe I was given the other day for Gluten Free Monkey Bread and after seeing this post I’d love to get my hands on the flour mixes you used so I can try these pancakes as well!

  16. Kristen on said:

    These look delicious! One of my favorite gf recipes is for apple crisp.

  17. Mandy from on said:

    Omg! Must grab some of that flour next time I go to Whole Foods…I love anything pumpkin and these pancakes look soooo delicious! Thanks for the recipe! 🙂


  18. Amber Henry on said:

    Cookies are a staple in our house. The favorite seems to be the classic GF chocolate chip.

  19. Tori on said:

    I am always looking for good gluten free alternatives as my cousin has Celiac’s and my bestie is GF. I haven’t tried this flour and would love to. My favorite recipe is my GF brownies made with honey and applesauce 🙂

  20. Christine on said:

    Oooh these look delish! There is a gluten free cinnamon roll recipe I’m dying to try!

  21. Sarah on said:

    I’ve been gluten-free for two years and Pamela’s pancakes are the best!

  22. Catherine Jackson on said:

    I’ve been wanting to try these baking mixes! This recipe looks amazing! I love anything pumpkin:)

  23. Erica on said:

    Those pancakes look delicious! I love pizza so I’m really eager to try the gluten free pizza dough recipe.

  24. Kelly V. on said:

    I’d love to try out those pancakes!

  25. Dianna on said:

    This recipe for pumpkin pancakes looks amazing. Since I do some baking for friends and one of them happens to have Celiac disease, I am always on the lookout for GF recipes that will be safe for her to enjoy and amazing for everyone else too!. My favorite recipe, so far, that I’ve baked has been brownies with Pamela’s GF brownie mix. My daughter said they were the best brownies she ever had. 🙂 I haven’t tried the other Pamela’s products yet, but I would love to!

  26. Hello! I live in Boulder and my family from Detroit is coming to visit for Thanksgiving. It’s a difficult crowd, a mix of vegans and gluten free-ers. So I’ve been trying to figure out what I can make that will be an all around crowd pleaser. I will definitely have to try making these for breakfast!

  27. Katie on said:

    Oh these look delish!!! I’m ready to bake gluten free, for myself and my loved ones!! I don’t have a favorite gf recipe, but this could be it! I’ve got to try these mixes, love that they are already combined for me. Can’t wait, it’s pumpkin time!

  28. Cordula on said:

    Hmmmm, those look delicious ! Could I just substitute the gf flour mix with whole wheat flour you think ?!? Would love to try them !

  29. Chrissy on said:

    I made the banana blueberry muffins and they were delicious! Can’t wait to try out these pancakes this weekend!

  30. Rachel B on said:

    These look delicious! My favorite gluten-free recipe is for pizza crust. My sister is gluten intolerant and we love pizza get togethers, so it’s a frequent flyer! Store bought, I love spelt pretzels. Perfect texture. They help me go through a lb. of homemade hummus per week 🙂

  31. Nicki on said:

    I’ve heard great things about Pamela’s mixes. Think I’ll give these pancakes a try. Just made pancakes from Bob’s g/f pancake mix and well, yummy, but….these look more exotic and delicious.

  32. Stephanie on said:

    I’ve never baked anything gluten free but would love to try! The pancakes look delightful!

  33. Stephanie on said:

    I’ve never baked anything gluten free but would love to try! The pancakes look delightful!

  34. Teresa on said:

    THRILLED to try these pancakes … right now my favorite ‘gluten free’, nutrient rich ‘go-to’ is simply :: banana pancakes — an egg and half of a ripe mashed banana whisked together — then poured into a pan like a pancake. Looking forward to incorporating more gluten free recipes into our cooking/meal rotation. (LOVE your blog!!)

  35. Libby on said:

    I’d love to try this recipe because I definitely have had frustrating times with bad ratios and subpar results. I’d also love to try gluten-free pizza crust or banana bread!

  36. Joann Dickenson on said:

    I can’t wait to make these. Just learning gluten free stuff, so thanks for the info!

  37. Patricia on said:

    This recepie is amazing! I usually don’t like the texture of most panckake mixes but the Angela’s one tops the other brands. I’ll be making more pancakes tonight!
    Thank you for sharing this gem with the rest of us.
    ( I try most of your recepies, and they are delicious! Great job!)

    • Patricia on said:

      OOOPS! Got to excited and wrote the wrong name for the panckake mix. It is Pamela!

  38. caryn on said:

    I very recently became GF so I don’t have a favorite baked good yet, but I would absolutely love to get back into baking with these products!

  39. Lori on said:

    I love, love, love pumpkin pancakes and just this week I started gluten free eating on the advice of my sister. This recipe is perfect timing!

  40. Diana on said:

    I would try these pancakes! My husband doesn’t like most gluten free flour substitutes, so I need to find one he does like.

  41. Sharon from on said:

    My favorite gluten free recipe? Can’t pick just one. Four of your recipes are favs of mine though. Apple Muffins, Blueberry Banana Pancakes, Skillet Apple Crisp, and Vegan Coffee Cake Muffins. I’ve shared some of them on my blog. Can’t wait to try these pancakes!!!!

  42. These look amazing Jeanine! I’m always looking out for a new pancake recipe and this looks perfect for fall!

  43. Donna F. on said:

    I would so love to try gluten-free scones for breakfast!

  44. Virginia on said:

    Lately I just avoid eating and making baked goods most of the time because I’m always intimidated to make them with the barrage of gluten-free ingredients it takes to make them, but I would LOVE to try some of these mixes. The pumpkin pancakes look amazing!

  45. Virginia on said:

    Lately I just avoid eating and making baked goods most of the time because I’m always intimidated to make them with the barrage of gluten-free ingredients it takes to make them, but I would LOVE to try some of these mixes. The pumpkin pancakes look amazing!

  46. Adele on said:

    Gluten-free muffins are delicious especially with added mixed berries! These pumpkin pancakes look amazing too!

  47. Tom Hlas from on said:

    I definitely want to try these pumpkin pancakes. I have to admit I’ve shied away from gluten-free baking since I haven’t had much luck with it. I just go without. But I’ve never tried Pamela’s mixes. But it’s pumpkin time. So maybe it’s time to try again. – Tom

    • Tom Hlas from on said:

      By the way, I’ve looked and looked for Pamela’s Artisan Flour Blend but can’t find it in any stores, even stores that carry the rest of her line.

  48. Becky N. on said:

    I love the baking and pancake mix! It was muffins that I missed the most when I first had to go gluten free and couldn’t find good replacements. I love your recipes for so many gf baked goodies!

  49. Myra on said:

    Wow, I’ll definitely pick up some of Pamela’s Mix on my next trip to the grocery store. My favorite gluten free baked good is usually brownies, but I am excited to see if these gorgeous pancakes tops them!

  50. oh these pancakes would be what I tried. I make a gluten free protein pancake but Haney had much luck without the protein powder. Thanks for letting me know about Pamela’s gluten free flour mixes.

  51. Elizabeth on said:

    YUM. It is fall and I am loving all the new stuff in season.

  52. Lisa from on said:

    I’ve done very little gluten-free baking, but I have a friend who has to eat gluten free, and I’ve promised him baked goods! We want to have a brownie night and taste test a whole slew of recipes.

  53. Lauren G on said:

    Would love to win this! I am a huge fan of gluten-free sweet quickbreads!

  54. Bonnie on said:

    My favorite is spicy chocolate gingerbread cookies with chocolate chunks. Lots of spices to liven up the dull taste that GF flours sometimes have. And chocolate, which is never a bad idea.

  55. Gee on said:

    I really like pizza but the traditional dough is hard on me. It would be great to have a tasty gluten-free dough/crust option.

  56. Heather Mason from on said:

    Those pancakes look amazing! My favorite gluten free bar is Mrs. Mays cashew bars, I know they are not a baked good, but they are amazing!

  57. Sarah W. on said:

    Wow those pancakes look delicious! My boyfriend is gluten free and I’ve been experimenting with all different kinds of gluten free flours and baking mixes. I would love to try these flours! My favorite creations to date are GF breadsticks stuffed with mozzarella cheese or the GF pumpkin chocolate chip cookies I made a couple weekends ago!

  58. Megan Moore on said:

    Do you think I could substitute almond flour for the Pamela’s flour mix? Also, I got this amazing recipe from one of my friends for gluten free, dairy free, non-GMO pumpkin muffins. I will use almond flour in them and I’m so excited to make them! Thank you!

  59. Gina on said:

    If I could figure out how to make a gluten free chocolate croissant that would be heavenly!
    For now I am loving Namaste Food’s waffle and pancake mix BECAUSE…
    They have a recipe on the back of the package that tells you how to use the mix to make crepes. And they are divine w some organic hazelnut chocolate spread and bananas. Or with lemon yoghurt and mixed berries!

  60. Penelope Hauck on said:

    I love Gluten free food & have been experimenting with many flours. I’ll look for this mix absolutely. Does whole foods carry Pamela’s? I need to find a good recipe for chocolate chip cookies.

  61. Min on said:

    A bakery near me makes amazing gluten-free oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. I could eat them all the time.

  62. Janee on said:

    Gluten free pumpkin chocolate chunk cupcakes are one of my favorites. This pumpkin pancake recipe is definitely on my must-try list now.

  63. Heather on said:

    I really can’t wait to try these gluten-free pancakes! My two favorite things together!

  64. Haley on said:

    I would love to try the pumpkin pancakes!!

  65. Sandy Huntley on said:

    Oh, I’m so excited to try this mix. I’ve been hesitant to try anything. I’ll make the pumpkin pancakes first, then try the pizza!

  66. Rachael on said:

    I just recently was diagnosed with a gluten intolerance/ allergy. I have attempted several gf recipes and have not been successful. These sound amazing. I am going to give this recipe a try. Thank you!!

  67. I’d love to figure out some good recipes for gluten-free brownies and cookies. (The pancakes look amazing amazing!)

  68. Regardless of the flour, you have some serious pancake skills. Look at the golden brown! After these, I am definitely going to tackle that fig flatbread.

  69. Leigh on said:

    I need to get on the mix bandwagon. I have been sifting coconut flour for too long. I love gluten free pumpkin muffins, I have to give these pancakes a try. Thanks!

  70. Emily on said:

    That would have to be the pancakes! We’ve never been satisfied with ours, gluten-free or no.

  71. Jennifer B from on said:

    Hooray, a giveaway!! I haven’t really tried cooking anything gluten-free before. It’s something I want to make a conscience effort to do in the new year (this year, the food holiday challenge I’m on tends to cramp my style a little bit). With that being said, I want to make your fig flatbread. That thing is gorg.

  72. heather on said:

    Tried these today…added a cup of blueberries. Delicious!

  73. michaela on said:

    I love Pamela’s mixes because, as you said, they are easy to use. My favorite recipe is Lemon Blueberry Muffins made with Pam’s baking mix. Yum!

  74. Lena Nietfeld on said:

    These look great! Excited to try the banana blueberry muffins too. My favorite gluten-free baked good is Korean rice cake – technically it’s made in a steamer not an oven, but the texture is very similar to cake and it’s served at tea houses alongside other cakes, so I consider it a ‘baked good’. I love rice crackers too!

  75. fern Reed from fernreedgmailcom on said:

    I have been been wheat free for years now. I MAKE An ORGAIN CORN BREAD /ORGAINIC CORN MEAL And corn flour also orgain.

  76. narges on said:

    Tanx for your recipe.but in iran we dont have a gluten free flour.can i make it with normal flour?and what about cow milk?we dont have it too….lol..:D
    so help me to make it.becouse i love it.and it looks great.

  77. GrmyP on said:

    I’ve been gluten free for a bit over 1-½ yrs. And dairy, soy free, eating low glycemic. Lost 85+ lbs & just now beginning to mentally be where I can bake again. I’ve been craving pancakes & now I really want to try these w/pumpkin. Thanks for the ideas.

  78. Lauree on said:

    I love the Chocolate Chip cookies Kate made and am excited to make the Pumpkin Pancakes today…

  79. Christina Main from on said:

    LOve, Love, Love Gluten Free Baked Goods! Any and ALL!

  80. Christina Main from on said:

    LOve, Love, Love Gluten Free Baked Goods! Any and ALL!

  81. Christina Main from on said:

    Love any and all gluten free baked goods! ALL.

  82. Pamela Kirk on said:

    Pamela’s baking and pancake mix is soooo delicious. Will try out the recipe with pumpkin in the pancakes! Yum!

  83. Martha Mintzer on said:

    With Thanksgiving coming up – and trying to keep dishes delicious AND gluten-free this post is really helpful. I will certainly give Pamela’s mixes a try.

  84. lori IL on said:

    ooh….salivating right now. Looks so yummy. I want to eat pumpkin pancakes now! Thank you for the chance to win.

  85. katie on said:

    gluten free chocolate chip cookies – they are an oldie but a goodie and everyone always loves them!

  86. Amanda on said:

    I want to make those pancakes!

  87. Brielle on said:

    I love gluten-free cinnamon rolls using rice flour/tapioca flour, and a mess of other ingredients. I have had a hard time finding a ‘mix’ that works, but would love to try out these! Gluten-free isn’t an option for me, so finding something that is quicker and tastier would be amazing! Look forward to trying these pancakes!

  88. Sarah Pardee on said:

    These pancakes look amazing! My mom has Celiac disease and I would love to make them for her. I am a big fan of GF lemon-ginger cookies that I make for her.

  89. Abby on said:

    My favorite gluten-free recipe is that of what I like to call my “everything cookies.” They’ve usually got chia seeds, coconut oil, oats and oat flour (pulverized oats), almond butter, chocolate chips, pecans, almond flour, shredded coconut, cinnamon, baking soda, brown sugar, maple syrup, and vanilla extract, but I like the idea of mixing and matching different spices, nuts, and chocolate types to suit whatever is on hand. It sounds a little complicated, but these are all ingredients that can almost always be found in my kitchen. The best part is that they are not only gluten-free but vegan too!

  90. Samantha from on said:

    I haven’t made many gluten-free baked goods, but I’m a pancake fiend and these look unreal! I would be super excited to try these mixes.

  91. jann j on said:

    I live for fall, with pumpkin everything!! I would love to make pumpkin pancakes and waffles, and oh, pumpkin chocolate chip cookies!! Dying!!

  92. jann j on said:

    I live for fall, with pumpkin everything!! I would love to make pumpkin pancakes and waffles, and oh, pumpkin chocolate chip cookies!! Dying!!

  93. Caryl B on said:

    I am looking forward to making the gluten free pumpkin pancakes for my Grandson. He loves Pancakes!!!

  94. Ellery from on said:

    Gluten free baked empanadas! So tasty and you can’t tell the differnce!

  95. Casey on said:

    Your posts always make me the hungriest! My favorite homemade gluten free baked good has to be Green Kitchen Stories’ oat and ginger crisp cookies. I have been making them almost weekly here and eating the whole batch in a day (they are basically oatmeal, right??).

  96. Kim on said:

    Gluten free Biscoff/Speculoos cookies! I just made these a few weeks ago and they were life changing. 🙂

  97. monika on said:

    I’ve been diagnosed with gluten sensitivity and other food sensitivites.
    After almost a half a year of a very limited diet I am getting better and this is a great occasion to celebrate making these wonderful pancakes. Thanks for the great looking post. Can’t wait to taste them.

  98. Chelsea on said:

    I like making gluten free oatmeal chocolate cookies! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  99. Beth on said:

    These look great! I used to be known (by my boys) for my whole wheat pancakes and made them often. Now that they are grown I don’t make them or eat much wheat products at all. But I’d love to try this out. Im a big fan of anything with pumpkin. Thanks for sharing this, I didn’t know about Pamela’s products, and I see they can be found at Whole Foods.

  100. Kim Johnson from Lovesdemo on said:

    The pumpkin pancakes sound wonderful! I am going to share this recipe with my sister-in-law since my niece is having medical issues in which her doctor has recommended she try eating gluten free. My niece is a very picky eater, so any advice on good gluten free recipes and products are greatly appreciated. Thanks for the info on Pamela’s baking mixes and for sponsoring this give-away!

  101. Julie on said:

    Hmmmm. Looks tasty! I immediately thought how I could turn these into crepes and with what to fill them. Should I make them dessert crepes or for lunch? Some cooking creations are brewing. Thanks for the inspiration!

  102. Anna Levitt on said:

    my favorite baked good of late has to be gluten free scones. it took me a while to get the consistency right, but i found the right flour and the right amount of butter this week!

  103. Paola on said:

    The pumpkin craze each year turns me off a little… till I start baking. Muffins, breads, and now pancakes! Thanks for this recipe.

    As for my favorite gluten-free goodie, brownies made with black beans rather than flour — incredibly moist and delicious.

  104. Denise on said:

    Thanks for that recipe anything pumpkin is divine! I love pamelas yellow cake mix on the package is a recipe for coconut cake for the liquid in the recipe i use coconut milk and some coconut extract it makes a delicious cake and i top the whole thing off with seven minute frosting and extra shredded coconut Yummy! I can only find the mix at Whole Foods but I’m asking the store manager at Stop and Shop to order it because they do carry the other Pamelas baking mixes. Awesome Product !!!

  105. Sammie on said:

    ohhhh I would love to try this pancakes! my attempts in the past haven’t turned out so great. I love any GF backing and mostly just use almond flour or coconut flour – it’d be fun to try a baking blend and get some other ideas!

  106. Christine on said:

    I have not been too excited about gluten free baked goods. Haven’t tried Pamela’s products, but would like to try. To that end, the pancakes look like a good start.

  107. Noli from on said:

    Store bought, my favorite Gluten Free item has to be peanut butter cookies. But homemade, I’ve yet to find the right concoction of flours to make anything other than pancakes. Can’t wait to try these pumpkin pancakes, dripping with syrup. Can’t wait to try this flour mix as well to try and lighten up my recipes!

  108. Danny from on said:

    I’ve taken a liking to gluten free baking, because it feels so much lighter and I don’t cringe when I realize I’ve eaten half the pan of muffins.

    That being said, I took your carrot muffins for a spin this past weekend, with a few modifications:
    combined about half of a large carrot and chopped apple in my Ninja ( to act like grated carrot + applesauce)
    added a little bit of vanilla to the above Ninja
    2 c oat flour ( just ground up some oats in my grindmaster cafe mill – very cost effective at .99c / lb! )
    1 egg
    ~ 1/3 c coconut oil, slightly melted
    ~ 1/3 c sugar in the raw ( get the bulk 2lb box to get it in bulk, not in the little packets. Yay less waste! )

    Then, instead of the coconut cream icing, I had some cream cheese on hand, so threw about 3 tbsp cream cheese into the Ninja ( had the leftover carrot + apple chunks and a little juice in it ). Also added to the Ninja ~ 2 tbsp sugar and a slice of butter for a delightful cream cheese icing. So good that I to food-gram it!

    • jeanine from on said:

      sounds delicious – thanks for sharing!

  109. Gluten Free Gail on said:

    I am rather new to a gluten free lifestyle … about 4 months. I started by going ‘low carb’ – meaning avoiding breads, baked goods, etc, and defiitely see a difference in my, er, digetive system. ‘Nuff said, right? But now I’ve discovered some gluten free snacks – specxifically Glutino pretzels (can I say that i like them better than “real” pretzels? I do!) And the crispy-crunchy GF chocolate chip cookies at Trader Joe’s are OUTSTANDING! Now I’m having serious cravings a sub sandwich at Jersey Mike’s – the #6, to be exact, served “Mike’s Way.” If i could find a soft and chewy roll like the ones at JM’s, I’d be happy. Probably forever. Do you think one of Pamela’s baking mixes would do the trick?

  110. Cindy from on said:

    This pumpkin pancake recipe is definitely one of my new favorites! Can’t wait to make this for a Thanksgiving day breakfast to get the day started right!

  111. These look like the perfect breakfast! They sound so tasty and delicious, and your photography is stunning. Pinned!

  112. Kristin on said:

    My favorite gluten free baked good is from a bakery in Dallas, TX called Tu Lu’s Bakery. Everything there is fabulous and gluten free! But my favorite is their mixed berry muffin’s. These are so AMAZINGLY moist and delicious, that any time I travel there, I make sure to go and get a few to take home.

  113. Cassy on said:

    These look amazing! I love pumpkin pancakes, and I haven’t been successful with GF ones, yet. Can’t wait to try these! My favorite GF treat to make at the moment is muffins — banana, blueberry and walnut, to be exact. 🙂

  114. Carol on said:

    I would love to try to make these pancakes for my mother-in-law. She is gluten & dairy intolerant and I am always trying out recipes for her, some are way better than others!

  115. Kristyn on said:

    I had the fig flatbread and it was soo delicious… I used a different gluten free flatbread (I was exceptionally lazy the day I made it) but I’m sure a homemade crust would make it exponentially better!

    These pumpkin pancakes are #1 on my list to try. Next Sunday can’t come soon enough. 🙂

  116. Andra on said:

    Love these, excited to try!

    What type of pan are you using??


    • jeanine from on said:

      it’s a nonstick Greenpan, but any nonstick pan will work.

  117. maureen on said:

    I am dying to try these pumpkin pancakes and the yummy looking banana blueberry muffins!!!!

  118. Lisa on said:

    I’m new to eating gluten free. So, I would love to find recipes, that I can have. Although, I know I won’t be chosen to win, such a wonderful gift. I just had to try anyways. There is always a first time for everything. However I would love to learn new recipes, that don’t contain glutens and sugars, or splenda, equal. I may only have agave, honey, and stevia. Thank you for the post for the pancakes. I’m going to give them a try. 🙂

  119. Beth on said:

    I found out I am allergic to wheat this year, so it has been a bit of a steep learning curve! My favorite gluten-free products are companies local to my area (Columbus, OH): a fantastic company called Soodles (their coffee cake is UNREAL) and a new bakery called Bake Me Happy which I currently frequent a little too much for my skinny pants’ liking!

    That being said, I would love to be able to bake more at home!

  120. Alisia on said:

    I can not lie, the gluten free pumpkin pancakes are looking pretty delicious right about now. Need to go home and make those since it is pumpkin season.

  121. CJ on said:

    I am learning about GF for my daughter’s sake – and she makes a great black bean brownie. For me, the GF brownies “tri pack” from Krusteaz (at Sam’s) are delicious! Now I need to track down Pamela’s “mix” in time for our Thanksgiving family gathering 🙂

  122. Nancy on said:


    The fig pizza was awesome! I want to try these pancakes at my next community breakfast. I have some GF folks who appreciate the alternative

  123. aly on said:

    I love pumpkin pancakes of all sorts, I made a variety with almond flour instead, turned out fairly-awesomely, and I’m looking forward to these after work today. 🙂

    I also made a few orange cookies using GF flour as a replacement for normal. The orange-juice/zest flavored ones. Nom.

  124. julia on said:

    Whole Foods carries this gluten-free spice bread box mix. You throw in dates and mangos and whatever you want and it is delicious!

  125. rebecca f. on said:

    I love pamela’s gluten free mixes. Great giveaway! I love making “oatmeal” cookies with cooked quinoa. It’s always nice to make gluten free items without a flour substitute.

  126. davita on said:

    so far my favorite is gluten-free peanut butter cookies, but i’m dying to try the pancakes!! 🙂 pancakes for dinner is one of my favorite treats.

  127. Brandy on said:

    I’d love to try gluten-free flour! I found this recipe looking for pumpkin pancakes and I’m so intrigued by using gluten-free.

  128. beth on said:

    i have not tried pamela’s pre-mixed flours, but you are correct in stating that it is simpler, and generally less expensive, to use mixes instead of buying each of the different flours and mixing them yourselves. i have one daughter who is gluten-free and one who is vegan and the other prefers the paleo diet. when they are all home for a visit, it does require some interesting menu planning!

  129. dolly on said:

    I’ve been wanting to try the Pamela’s mixes for awhile, but they’re not shelf available near me. I love a good GF pizza, specifically artichoke with Sun dried tomato.

  130. Oh, man! That is my very favorite mix of all of Pamela’s mixes. I use it all the time. My non-GF family can’t even tell the difference when I use it. My favorite GF baked good is probably chocolate chip cookies.

  131. melissa on said:

    i love coconut flour! great thing to keep around.

  132. Lea on said:

    There is a fabulous pumpkin cornbread muffin recipe from “The Gluten-free Goddess” blog using this exact Pamela’s baking mix that is a long-time favorite. This pancake recipe is going to be a huge competitor!

  133. Debra from on said:

    Thanks for this source! I’ve been mixing my own mixes and haven’t been able to create great pizza dough…so I’m excited to try the pizza dough mix!

  134. Shoshana on said:

    My husband and I are burnt out on french toast so I would love to try this pancake recipe!

  135. Tania Smith on said:

    Your site is gorgeous! You’ve inspired me to put a lot of love and nutrition into my otherwise very average and mundane meals, so thank you!

    Pumpkin anything coupled with Pamela’s GF flour sounds like a winner but I’m also very interested in trying her corn bread and muffin mix…I’m a huge fan of corn bread!

  136. Lacey on said:

    My favorite gluten-free baked good was probably blueberry crumble muffins from edibleperspective. Or cornbread because I love cornbread.

  137. Cori B on said:

    Such a lovely Fall post. I have loved Pamela’s products as well ever since my mom went gluten free. My favorite thing to make with her artisanal flour blend is brown butter oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, just to eat the dough half the time and make the kitchen smell amazing!

  138. debi on said:

    i’m so excited to try those gf skillet cookies AND gf banana blueberry muffins! all your posts have put me in the mood to bake. so glad it’s baking season again!!

  139. Jesse on said:

    I’m excited to try these! (and everything pumpkin for the next month)

  140. Lindalee Stuckey on said:

    I was bummed because Trader Joe did not have any gluten free pumpkin pancake mix left. I definitely want to try your recipe. My husband has gluten issues.

  141. Kayley from on said:

    When my now-husband was my then-boyfriend, we bonded over are shared love for snicker doodles. Then I was told no more gluten. Help a girl out for a gluten free snicker doodle! My husband, on the other hand, could care less, lucky duck that he is.

  142. rachel on said:

    my favorite gluten free baked good is this delish pumpkin muffin recipe made with almond flour!

  143. These pancakes are totally stunning. I have to be gluten free, and I enjoy Pamela’s baking mixes so much.
    May I ask what pan you’re using? It looks line nonstick ceramic, but do you know the maker?

  144. carol on said:

    Waffles, and chocolate swirl banana bread, and zucchini bread, and…..

  145. carol on said:

    Waffles, and chocolate swirl banana bread, and zucchini bread, and…..

  146. Claire on said:

    I recently made a GF zucchini bread, and it was delish!

  147. Charlotte from on said:

    Hi. I made these this morning and they were AMAZING. So so so good. I live in Italy and have never found anything remotely resembling a gluten free pancake mix (there are gluten free products but very little ready-made stuff). We are not on a gluten free diet, so I replaced that part of your recipe with the following, if anyone is interested:

    1⅓ cup organic flour
    2 tsp. baking soda
    ½ tsp baking soda
    ½ teaspoon salt

    Love your blog. It’s beautiful and so full of inspiration. Thanks!

  148. Mary Beth Albrechtsen on said:

    I made these this morning for my mother-in-law and she said, “those are really good.” This coming from a woman who only ever says “that’s not bad” to anything I cook. They were delicious. Thanks.

  149. Teresa on said:

    I went gluten free last year in September and haven’t had a good pancake since. I’m so grateful the drought is over! These pancakes are absolutely amazingly delicious! Fluffy and everything a pancake should be. Thanks for putting pancakes back on the menu!

    • jeanine from on said:

      I’m so glad you liked them! Glad you have pancakes back 🙂

  150. Danielle Steger on said:

    I use Pamela’s flour for everything- cookies, muffins, pancakes, pie crusts, you name it. I spent a long time experimenting with gluten free flours. They always made recipes too dense and rarely baked anything uniformly- even the ‘all purpose’ mixes. I have not used any other flour since I’ve discovered Pamela’s. As a true testament to how great it is I had my parents visit for a few weeks and my mother couldn’t tell the difference.

  151. ChrisD from on said:

    This looks amazing! Does anyone have any recs for using the Pamela’s Mix to make crepes?

  152. JuliaS on said:

    This recipe looked so good, and I planned on making it.. until after already setting everything up I realized I was OUT OF PUMPKIN!!! Instead of dumping everything, I just subbed the pumpkin with 1 mashed banana. SOO GOOD!! If anyone runs into the same problem, I hope this comment helps!! 🙂

  153. Felicia Lim on said:

    Hi Jack and Jeanine!

    I’d love to include your gluten-free pumpkin pancakes in a gluten-free pumpkin recipe roundup I’m doing for Parade Magazine.

    If you’re fine with that, could I use one of your gorgeous photos with a link back to your original post (

    Thanks much!!


  154. Randy from on said:

    I haven’t found too many glutton free pancake recipes that have the same texture, but i’m going to give this one a try as it looks delicious

  155. Randy from on said:

    Looks lovey, i’m making it tomorrow morning Thank you

  156. Brittany on said:

    These gf pumpkin pancakes were delicious! The coconut oil carmalized them a little bit which was a nice touch. I used King Arthur pancake mix. My only complaint is that perhaps there wasn’t enough pumpkin.

    • jeanine from on said:

      glad you liked them! If you try adding more pumpkin next time, let me know what ratio!

  157. Jilly on said:

    Followed the recipe exactly and the pancakes came out way too thin, thus burning every time. An extreme disappointment.

    • jeanine from on said:

      I’m so sorry this didn’t work out for you…

  158. Kami from on said:

    These look amazing! I’m whipping up a batch right now. Thank you for the deliciousness… please never stop.

  159. Erin on said:

    I tried using Namastes perfect flour blend. The batter is SO thick! Pretty much any gluten-free pancake I’ve tried to make is The same way the batter is so thick. Help?!?

    • jeanine from on said:

      Hi Erin, I haven’t tried this with other brands aside form Pamela’s (I’m guessing they can all vary quite a bit depending on what types of flours are in their mix – rice flours, bean flours, etc). I would stir in some almond milk until the consistency is a bit thinner and more pourable…

  160. Amy on said:

    I made these tonight after a failed attempt at a different pumpkin pancake recipe that would be safe for my son with his allergies. He really enjoyed them! I didn’t have Pamela’s so I made a pancake mix out of the gluten free all-purpose flour blend I had on hand. I also had to use a flax egg because he can’t have regular eggs. Other than that, I used your recipe. Turned out great! It’s nice to come across recipes that still work when adjusted to fit specific dietary needs. Thank your for sharing.

    • Hi Amy, I’m so glad these adapted well!

  161. Mary Pat on said:

    Holy cow! Just made these! Seriously fantastic- best I’ve ever had! Thank you! I also made your amazing oatmeal pumpkin chocolate chips- crowd pleaser!

  162. Cheryl on said:

    These were delicious! Recently gf, and my daughter loves her gluten…but these were seriously amazing.

    ***Would love a pumpkin muffin recipe!!***

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