Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

We have these every Saturday morning at our house. So simple and fast, these are a nice change from cereal all week! Serve with pure maple syrup and a hot cup of strong coffee.


  1. Mix together flour, baking powder and cinnamon.
  2. Add soy milk and blueberries and stir gently until "just mixed".
  3. If the batter is too thick or runny, add more soy milk or flour accordingly. It should be a "pancakey" consistency.
  4. Pour batter in small amounts to a warm, un-oiled, non-stick frying pan on medium heat. When edges start to pull away from the bottom of the pan and a few bubbles form on the tops, lift up a little and check to see if the pancake is turning a light golden brown. When they are, flip the pancakes over.
  5. After a few minutes, carefully make a little slit in one to see if it is cooked all the way through, and check that the second side has become a light golden brown colour.
  6. Serve hot and enjoy!
Most Helpful

Delicious! Super easy to make. And I had all of the ingredients. My daughter (14 months) loved it and so did I. The blueberries added natural sweetness and I topped the pancakes with a little agave. Yum! Thank you for sharing.

miss.barbados July 17, 2016

These were very easy to make and use very little ingredigents which is a plus. And after reading all the great reviews I was excited to give them a try. However, I was not pleased with the taste. They have a funny aftertaste which I believe is from the baking powder. I would recommend maybe using a ts less of baking powder. Maybe that will help with the strange taste.

HippieChicMel August 28, 2011

made these on christmas, everyone loved them.

Daeni December 25, 2009