Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes

  • WhitneyWill Posted: 03/08/09
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    Great pancakes, always light and fluffy. I like to add almond or vanilla extract for extra flavor. I feed three hungry guys, and this is one of their favorite recipes.

  • cookfromsocal Posted: 09/11/10
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    Love fresh blueberries and these pancakes were fantastic. Didn't change a thing but next time might add more blueberries!! A definite repeat.

  • foufou Posted: 07/06/10
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    Excellent pancakes I have ever had....light and tender. I used fresh blueberries but have also made these without fruit. Better than Martha Stewart's pancake recipe which had been my "go to" recipe. By the way, followed recipe exactly and did not make changes. Enjoy!!!!

  • stephtib Posted: 07/19/10
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    These pancakes were amazing - light and fluffy! Made them exactly according to the recipe - used fresh blueberries. Delicious! This is our new Saturday morning "pancake recipe". Of course we have to half the batter - add blueberries for the adults, chocolate chips for the kids!

  • LindaTony Posted: 02/17/10
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    This recipe makes the best pancakes! I use fresh blueberries. My family loves them!

  • LadyBrenda Posted: 04/12/11
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    Wonderful pancakes! Melt in your mouth. Top wth blueberry syrup with some fresh blueberries or use canned blueberry pie filling (you might have to thin this down a bit with some of the purchased blueberry pancake syrup.) Then top with some whipped topping.

  • Onecentinvegas Posted: 09/25/11
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    Followed the recipe exactly. The pancakes were thin and very light. Husband said they were the best pancakes he'd ever eaten. That was good enough for me.

  • deelite Posted: 09/24/11
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    wow - i thought these would be bland without any sugar but when you add in the fruit (i used fresh rasberries) and top it with a melted butter/vermont maple syrup mixture - they're richer and sweet as can be. tons of batter leftover for tomorrow - peaches. (i also added nutmeg, vanilla and a touch of almond extract.

  • portland Posted: 11/27/12
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    these are second to none. light, fluffy, easy to make. i think my made at home come out better than those at marston"s!


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