Pumpkin Pancake

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Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Pancakes are breakfast delicacies generally made using refined flour. But I used multi millet flour, jaggery and pumpkin puree to make healthy and delicious pancakes. They turned out awesome!



  1. Pressure bake the pumpkins and blend to make puree. Those who are not aware of pressure baking, can boil and blend.
  2. Mix all the ingredients with the puree and make a batter.
  3. Heat a non stick pan on medium heat and grease with ghee or oil.
  4. Pour a ladle of batter and spread. Once the bottom is cooked, flip and cook the other side. When done, remove.
  5. Serve with honey or maple syrup as topping.


1. For preparing flaxseed gel, boil 2 tbsp flaxseed with 1/2 Cup of water for 10 minutes. Let it cool. Strain to separate gel from the seeds. This gel acts as a replacement for eggs and gives softness to the pancakes.

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  1. Is this good for diabetics? Do we need to sit the batter after all the ingredients are mixed? If flaxseed gel is not available what are the other options?

    1. Hi Sundaram,
      Diabetic people can have these pan cakes in moderation. The batter can be used immediately. No need of sitting time. Flaxseed gel can be easily made at home. You can use egg instead of flaxseed.

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