17 Recipes for a Pumpkin Breakfast
Breakfast is one of my three favorite meals in the day. So it shouldn’t come as a shock that I would spend the time to research some delicious pumpkin recipes to spice up my usual breakfast this Fall.
You can’t go wrong with the pumpkin pancakes from Martha Stewart. But these cinnamon streusel pancakes look delicious. There are so many to choose from here, I’m going to have to spend a week sampling them all. If you are looking for something easy, try these pumpkin spiced pancakes. For more complexity, what about the pumpkin pancakes with carmelized bananas, cinnamon whipped cream and root beer syrup from the Food Network.
I’m not the first person to think that a pumpkin waffle could be a pretty delicious way to start the day. Your favorite talk show probably sports a recipe, as I quickly found recipes from Opray and Rachael Ray. For some reason, the photos of pumpkin waffles at Smitten Kitchen really appeal to me. But if you are looking for something a little easier, say one that uses Bisquick, check out the Betty Crocker recipe. Upon reflection, I’ve noticed that the Rachael Ray recipe also calls for waffle mix. So now you have two recipes that do pumpkin waffles from scratch and two from a mix. Depending on your skill level in the kitchen, you can decide which to tackle. Or just do both. 🙂
A quick search for pumpkin scones reveals that the place to go for a pumpkin scone is Starbucks. Numerous people online were raving about the delicious treat they woke up to with their coffee one morning. In fact, so many people were talking about it that many tried to replicate and improve on it through their pumpkin scones recipe.
I grabbed a few links for you to check out here. They should have everything that you need to known in order to create a yummy scone at home. They can be found at Recipe Girl, the Brown Eyed Baker, Moms Who Think, and Pinch my Salt
There are so many different breakfast foods that you can make using pumpkin in the fall. Don’t take the fact that I haven’t listed it above to mean that you can’t do it. There are also recipes for quinoa, oatmeal, breakfast casserole, muffins, and french toast.