We’re halfway through Halloween, and Disney just shared a pumpkin pancake recipe

While it may only be May to you, Disneyland is already thinking about Halloween. While half-holiday isn't exactly a thing, Disney gets into the holiday spirit by celebrating the halfway point of Halloween. You can get into the spirit (or at least halfway there) with them. As part of the celebration, Disney has released recipes for some of its favorite fall treats, including a recipe for delicious pumpkin pancakes.

When you think about it, time really is an illusion, especially when you haven't stepped out of the house in the past few weeks and haven't had anything even remotely close to scheduled for nearly two months. So if you want to make some Halloween themed pumpkin pancakes as summer approaches, I suggest you go for it. (If you want to wear your go-to cat costume too, I mean...who am I to judge?)

Although pancakes are simple to make, they require a lot of ingredients. But you should be able to find most, if not all, of the ingredients in your kitchen. The recipe available on the Disney Parks Blog provides measurements for 10 four-inch pancakes. If this seems like too much to you, share with your family, or use extra pancakes to meal prep and enjoy ready-made pancakes for the next few days.

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To recreate the pancakes, you'll need milk, butter, canned pumpkin, vanilla extract, all-purpose flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, salt, and cloves. For tools and utensils, all you need is a whisk, two bowls, and a large skillet or skillet.

Add the milk, eggs, melted butter, pumpkin, and vanilla extract to one of the bowls and set aside, the Disney Parks Blog says.

Then, in a second bowl, stir together the flour, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, salt, and cloves. Stir wet ingredients from first bowl into flour mixture. This is your pancake batter.

Coat a griddle or frying pan with a little oil over medium heat until hot. Then add about a quarter cup of pancake batter. To get golden brown pancakes, cook the pancakes for about three minutes on each side. When the pancakes are done, place them on a plate. Although the recipe doesn't call for it, you may want to top it off with some whipped cream.

In addition to the pumpkin pancake recipe, Disney has released recipes for other famous treats, including pumpkin twists, vegan pumpkin soup, Jack Skull sugar cookies, pumpkin bars, and pumpkin crème brûlée.

Summer is right around the corner and there’s no reason why you can’t start preparing for Halloween now. Plus, there's never a good time to indulge in a delicious batch of pancakes — especially when they come from the coffers of Disney itself. In the spirit of the upcoming holiday, Happy Halloween!