Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 0 mins

I found this in a thin thighs book by Karen Burke, not half bad for low-fat!


  1. Mix flour & baking soda with enough milk to make a smooth consistency.
  2. Mix in the applesauce & cinnamon.
  3. Add blueberries & stir to distribute evenly.
  4. Cook in a non-stick pan until edges are dry-looking, flip and cook until golden.
Most Helpful

VERY, VERY NICE PANCAKES! I used a slightly chunky homemade applesauce & followed the recipe right on down! I was going to keep tract of the amount of milk I used, & then totally forgot as I whipped these up! Thanks for A GREAT BREAKFAST TREAT! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Healthy Choices tag]

Sydney Mike June 22, 2009

We enjoyed these pancakces but I doubled the recipe and it was WAY more than enough (35 medium sized pancakes). It was difficult to decide how much milk to use so I added one cup of milk for the original recipe and it mixed up like a very thick pancake mix and then added the applesauce. That seemed to do the trick.

CarrieGee July 05, 2008

My kids couldn't have enough of these! I thought they were a bit thin but that could have been my mistake. I'll add a bit more flour next time to compensate for my thin applesauce (homemade). This will definitely be a repeat. Thanks for posting!

luvinlif2k June 17, 2008