I’ve had some request for this today. This is always one of the Big Guy’s favorites. I only make this between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. Think any more and we might get tired of it. This is an updated revision with Truvia Baking mix instead of sugar. Oh and some other changes I have made. Updates are in green.
1 ¼ C flour – sifted (I now use either bread or pastry flour. One time I grabbed the wrong flour and didn’t notice until I was putting the canister up after the waffles were cooking. They were the best I had made.)
1 T. baking powder
1 T. sugar — 1 1/2 teaspoons Truvia baking blend
½ t. salt
1 beaten egg
1 C. milk
2 T. oil
2 T vanilla
½ C. pumpkin
2 t cinnamon
¼ t ginger – grated
½ t nutmeg — fresh grated
½ t ground cloves
1/2 t cloves
- Sift dry ingredients.
- Combine with egg, mil, oil & vanilla.
- Stir until smooth
- Add pumpkin and spices.
- Cook on hot griddle or waffle iron
- Top with pumpkin sauce, cream, grated nutmeg & cinnamon.
½ C pumpkin
2 t vanilla
1 ½ C sugar
nutmeg – fresh grated
- Heat pumpkin in a small sauce pan.
- Add sugar. Bring to a boil stirring constantly. Boil 3 minutes.
- Add spices.
- Remove from heat & add vanilla.
Maple Whip Cream — I only make this for the Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Eve/Day.
1 pint whipping cream (heavy, regular or light whatever you prefer.)
1 T maple syrup
- Add maple to whipping cream and mix until the proper consistency. I usually use one of those Magic Bullet type things.