Continuing with my pumpkin puree obsession this month, I’m back to one of my seasonal favorites, Pumpkin Butter. I had some pumpkin puree leftover after I made Pumpkin Seed Cookies last week, so I used it to whip up a batch of pumpkin butter to have on hand to spread on rice cakes, use as a topping on yogurt or even swirl into oatmeal. After making way too many pancakes for breakfast one morning this week I thought how delicious the sound of pancake sandwiches with cream cheese and pumpkin butter would be. I was right. Talk about a seriously delicious school lunch! Kenya and his buddy at school loved them and my pumpkin streak continues….


Pumpkin Butter Pancake Sammie

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Servings: 2
Author: Catherine McCord
Total Time 2 minutes



  • Spread 2 tbsp of cream cheese on one side of the pancake (or bread) and top with 2 tbsp of the pumpkin butter.
  • Place another piece of bread on top to make a sammie.
  • Continue to make the second sammie.
  • Serve.
  • *Feel free to use a little more or a little less of the cream cheese and pumpkin butter depending on the size of your pancake (or bread).


Calories: 270kcal | Carbohydrates: 35g | Protein: 6g | Fat: 12g | Cholesterol: 40mg | Sodium: 570mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 6g
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About the Author

Catherine is a mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.


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  3. These were a great hit. We used cottege cheese pancakes with the cream cheese and pumpkin butter and they were gone before I could get the fruit peeled for dessert.

  4. Hi Catherine,

    these peanut butter pancake sammies look amazingly delicious and super kid friendly. I love reading all of your recipes. It is so wonderful that you care about what food your children eat, and that you’re so devoted to cooking them tasty, healthy, and kid-friendly foods. Making foods fun for kids is so important.
    Monday meals could go a step further though; get your kids involved in preparing meals! What better way is there to have fun with your kids while teaching them valuable skills at the same time? That’s why I work for the Healthy Monday campaigns, which just launched a new program. The Kids Cook Monday aims to encourage families to cook and eat together every Monday . Research shows that children from families who cook and eat together often are less likely to be obese, eat a more nutritious diet and get better grades in school (to see more on the benefits of family dinners, check out The Kids Cook Monday site

    We’re looking for blogs and websites to take on the challenge of starting each week with family dinners and post about their experiences each Monday. If you’re interested in participating please email me at


  5. I made this with your peanut butter pancakes, cream cheese and apple butter. It was a big hit with the 2-year old. Thank you for all of these creative ideas! Weelicious definitely inspires me to get out of my cooking rut 🙂

  6. Oh my – this looks so good! Anything that resembles a whoopee pie is okay in my book! Definitely trying this recipe!

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