Category Archives: Breakfast



30 pancake recipes


Grab-and-Go Waffle Breakfast Sandwiches

Being one of those people who rush out the door late every morning, I  am always on the lookout for a quick breakfast.  I found this recipe on the Pillsbury website and wanted to pass it along.


Easy Pumpkin Pancakes (Bisquick)

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I always look forward to fall because I starting making recipes using pumpkin.  I make pumpkin biscuits, pumpkin ooey gooey butter cake, pumpkin cookies, pumpkin cupcakes, and pumpkin pancakes.

I don’t know why I wait until fall to enjoy these tasty treats since I could eat pumpkin pancakes all year long.  Maybe I’ll save a couple of cans of pumpkin and make them for the fourth of July!

If you are craving some pumpkin pancakes, here is an easy recipe using Bisquick.




I live in the country, several miles from the nearest grocery store, so it’s normal to use what you have on hand.

Having chickens, I have a lot of fresh eggs on hand and I’m always looking for ways to use up my surplus supply.  Scrambling eggs and tossing in some meat and vegetables is a great and easy way to use up some of those wonderful eggs that my little hens work so hard to produce.


Quick Pumpkin Drop Biscuits

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You will notice that my Pumpkin Drop Biscuits are sitting next to my Homemade Apple Butter.  That’s because I was sitting there looking at all of this beautiful, yummy apple butter I had just made and I had nothing to put it on.
I thought it’s fall and the temperature has dropped from the 90’s to the 80’s (that’s  all the temperature has to drop for me to start thinking pumpkin) and I did have a can of pumpkin in the cabinet so I’m thinking pumpkin biscuits.  I set the can of pumpkin out on the counter and start searching again.  Aha…Bisquick.  I know there are probably gasp about now from all of you people who make everything from scratch and if it was the weekend and I had time, I probably would to but ….I want biscuits now.  Like I’m staring at the apple butter and I NEED a biscuit to put it on!


  • 1½ cups. Bisquick mix
  • ½ cup canned pumpkin puree
  • 1 Tablespoon granulated sugar
  • 5  Tablespoon milk  (OR 5 tablespoons of pumpkin spice or vanilla caramel liquid coffee creamer)

*Note: Canned pumpkin varies in thickness.  Mine is usually thick and requires 5 tablespoons of liquid but I have had thinner pumpkin puree so add liquid one tablespoon at a time until you get desired thickness.

Mix above. Drop by spoonfuls on parchment paper or ungreased cookie sheet.  Bake until golden brown at 450 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes.
pumpkin drop biscuits

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