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12 (5-inch) pancakes (serving size: 2 pancakes)

Blueberries, either fresh or frozen, give ordinary pancakes a big flavor boost, not to mention a healthy dose of antioxidants.

How to Make It

Step 1

Lightly spoon flour into dry measuring cups, and level with a knife. Combine flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and baking soda in a large bowl. Combine buttermilk, milk, oil, and egg in a bowl, and add to flour mixture, stirring until smooth.

Step 2

Spoon 1/4 cup pancake batter onto a hot nonstick griddle or large nonstick skillet coated with cooking spray, and top with 2 heaping tablespoons blueberries. Turn the pancake when the top is covered with bubbles and the edges look cooked. Repeat the procedure with the remaining batter and blueberries.

Ratings & Reviews

xxjenxx's Review

8stringfan
June 30, 2013
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rstarrlemaitre's Review

xxjenxx
February 12, 2013
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BarbaraMaine's Review

BarbaraMaine
July 26, 2010
Very good pancakes. I mixed in the blueberries instead of putting the 2T on the pancake. Served with a bit of butter and maple syrup.

8stringfan's Review

rstarrlemaitre
January 18, 2010
This recipe has been a Christmas morning tradition in my family for many years, and we all agree that they're the best blueberry pancakes we've ever had. I really don't see how other folks have ended up with overly dense pancakes from this recipe. Every time I've made them they have been very fluffy. If dropping the blueberries into the pancakes is too much of a hassle for you then I really don't know what to say other than it's just not that hard folks. However, I will concede that the blueberries can leave some mess in your pan. This recipe works best when cooked in a teflon pan or skillet.

jeanmf's Review

jeanmf
November 04, 2009
This is a great go-to recipe for buttermilk pancakes that I'll make over and over. I made it without the blueberries and instead made Maple-Blueberry syrup to go with these. Mine didn't turn out too doughy at all. They were fluffy and wonderful.