Also used 1/4 cup versus 1/3 measure, since smaller cakes are easier to turn. I am a wife, mother of three little girls, *All-purpose flour can be substituted if you don't have whole wheat. Purée the mixture in batches in a blender or food processor and force it through a fine sieve into a bowl, discarding the solids. Yum-- I substituted oatmeal for the wheatgerm and skim milk for the buttermilk to make waffles instead of pancakes. , It means you SHOULD eat more of them! Loved these cakes. You DO love your pancakes girl, so if anyone can relate, it’s you!! testing html in reviews However, I did sprinkle a spoonful of blueberries and some chopped pecans on each cake just prior to turning. We made a big batch so we could put some pancakes in the freezer. Didn't make the syrup, just served real maple. In exchange for linking to, this site earns advertising fees. Recipe developer. Salt: 1/4th tsp. Do ya get the picture? My family of four ate the whole batch! Here’s a few I have up my sleeve when it comes to this. Flip and repeat another 2-3 minutes. Here are a few benefits of eating whole grains: When whipping up a batch of pancakes on a Sunday morning, adding some blueberries is par for the course. Especially these ones, because this recipe is from my Auntie Lonnie, who is no longer with us, but was the BEST cook. In the pan, cleaned, combine the sugar, the zest, and 3 cups water, bring the mixture to a boil, stirring until the sugar is dissolved, and boil it, uncovered, until a candy thermometer registers 200°F. It was a win-win kind of morning! Mmmmmm. Transfer the pancakes as they are cooked to a heatproof platter and keep them warm in a preheated 200°F. Had trouble flipping them on the griddle for some reason...but they were worth the effort. Seriously, the best fireworks! -Krissy. Tons of people, food (everything you can think of that’s fried… corn dogs, funnel cakes-a personal fav… ), concerts, and finally the fireworks would start shooting off from a barge floating on the river. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. I would add a little more flour to thicken the batter. We like a moist, not dry pancake & these were that, but not heavy. But, when it comes down to it, I’m a really simple girl and blueberry pancakes (or blueberry kefir pancakes!) Thanks for linking up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday! Blueberry pancake recipe s are such a classic in my house, and I love that! These look delicious and your photos are beautiful! If that’s the case, let’s get started! I thought the syrup was too watery: adding cornstarch to it made it too pasty-tasting, but leaving out the (3 cups) water made it the perfect thickness (I boiled the strained blueberry mixture with the sugar and lemon/lime peel till it reached 200 degrees). These were exquisite: light and delicate and absolutely yummy. sweets, but I balance it out The pancakes were fluffy and "eggy" just as I want them. Stir together the flour, sugar, salt and baking powder in a medium bowl and set aside. Gently fold in the blueberries. Also used dry buttermilk (add to dry ingreds., then add water with wet ingreds.) Caleb asks for blueberry pancakes almost every day and now he can have them without any work! Whole Wheat Blueberry Granola Pancakes were the perfect way to start the day. Great! why not cottage cheese? Preheat griddle to 225 degrees or heat a pan over medium-high. Can’t wait to search your website for new recipes to try. Ha! are such a classic in my house, and I love that! Working in batches, pour the batter onto the griddle by 1/3-cup measures, sprinkle each pancake with about 2 tablespoons of the blueberries , and cook the pancakes for 2 minutes on each side, or until they are golden. I’ll have to try that soon. From dinners, snacks, and desserts – there’s something for everyone! You guys know that I am a pancake queen. Thanks for stopping by! The answer is YES… and I was very full. Best pancakes I've ever had, in a restaurant or at home--very fluffy, very light, tastier than most, and no problems flipping--I used oil instead of butter, sour milk instead of buttermilk, and let the batter stand awhile before making the pancakes. We all know that whole wheat flour is “better” than white all purpose flour, but why is that? Recipes written and produced on Food Faith Fitness are for informational purposes only. Browse through hundreds of recipes! Thanks so much – have a great weekend lady! That helps faith-filled women lose what weighs them down! All html tags except , , , , , ,


should be removed from the review. Haha, I am glad you’re down with the lingo and you understand the eager-ness In another bowl, stir together the eggs, ricotta cheese, and olive oil until well combined. Thanks girlfriend, lemme know if ya try them! And protein with ricotta You will LOVE these then…I love blueberry pancakes too, in fact I’m heading to IHOP for them right now! and frozen, thawed in microwave, then drained blueberries (all we had). Then you need these FREE, simple, EASY, and nourishing 30-Minute Dinner Recipes! Use your spoon to spread out slightly, but you want them nice and thick. Great job! I used frozen blueberries and was too lazy to arrange them on top of the cooking pancake, so I just mixed them into the batter. and they remind me of my childhood! I love hearing from you and seeing what you made! Got my daily reccommended amount of fiber, though. Very light and fluffy with a nice blend of flavors. function ml_webform_success_2071276(){var r=ml_jQuery||jQuery;r(".ml-subscribe-form-2071276 .row-success").show(),r(".ml-subscribe-form-2071276 .row-form").hide()}. with healthy meals. Staaahhhpppp. Serve the syrup warm over pancakes or ice cream. When whipping up a batch of pancakes on a Sunday morning, adding some blueberries is par for the course. These photos are amazing Taylor no wonder you were so eager to get a good ole bite and your innocent tongue was taken as collateral damage The whole approach to health – body, mind and soul – in Christ! We made them 3 times last week… and then ran out of blueberries. Enter a recipe review with text containing html tags, such as: Here’s a few I have up my sleeve when it comes to this Best Blueberry Pancakes Recipe: Have you overshot and made too many pancakes for your brunch get together? Lake Stevens, WA. I do not use blueberries or make the blueberry syrup, but this multi-grain batter is divine! Whole Wheat Blueberry Pancakes with Ricotta. The pancake was too "eggy" and too watery. Discard the zest, add the blueberry mixture, and boil the syrup, stirring, for 1 minute. It’s 2 pm and you’re making me crave pancakes! It’s been around since 1929 and by golly it’s seriously AMAZING! This was a mistake, the batter was soft and difficult to flip, and the pancakes were blue all over. Like, my grandpa would request that we bring it on our 3 hour airplane packed with dry ice when we would come visit him. Next time I will use fresh blueberries and follow the recipie exactly. Download my FREE Body, Mind and Soul Guide! Thanks for supporting FFF! I haven't had any trouble with it being too thin (I usually let it rest for 20 minutes or so before using). She definitely loved ’em! Love the post! They actually sparked the cottage cheese pancakes because I figured if ricotta cheese makes pancakes amazing (it does!) I could almost drink this Buttermilk Syrup. Download the FREE Body, Mind & Soul Guide that helps faith-filled women lose what weighs them down! I mean, how often to do get to make a tower of food and it’s socially acceptable? I liked that it had whole wheat flour instead of the white flour many mixes have. Ended up with almost 24 4" pancakes! The syrup keeps, covered and chilled, for 3 months. oven. I grew up in St. Louis where they know how to make the dark sky sparkle. I had run out of the boxed mix and saw this recipe on the web. Too much salt. Not only does she love them, but my husband and baby boy love them too. testing html in reviews Hello easy, delicious breakfasts! . (and eating!) Thought adding 6 TBSPs of butter to a whole-wheat recipe was a little counter-intuitive, so used 2 TBSP of butter plus 2 TBSP of commercial no-fat butter/oil replacement product. I made them not thinking she would like them. I knew we would, that’s why I made them for lunch and not breakfast, so we wouldn’t be in a food coma starting at 9am lol! When you subscribe to our amazing and delicious weekly newsletter. Obsessed with cookie dough, pink & leopard print. To make pancakes: In a bowl whisk together the buttermilk, the eggs, and 6 tablespoons of the butter. , so adding them into your pancakes is a MUST! I added about a quarter cup more flour to thicken it after I made 2 pancakes and it was still too watery and eggy. Big, pillowy-soft pancakes bursting with juicy berries and all around yumminess? stomach might growl at work. testing html in reviews Fabulous photos! Blueberry pancake recipes are such a classic in my house, and I love that! And LOVE that short ingredients list – perfect for no-fuss mornings , Yes! Sugar: 2 tbsp. Blueberry pancakes are by far my favorite breakfast treat and I bet they’re even better with the ricotta!