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These were delish. We had a housefull of people for breakfast and ripe blueberries on our bushes, they were perfect.
These pancakes are just what everyone says they are...light and fluffy with a perfect sweetness. A word of advice - use 1/4 c. batter per pancake as stated in recipe. I also learned to spread the batter out slightly to avoid a thick, gooey center. Then they were truly heavenly!
Mmmmmmmmmmm! These were awesome. I went ahead and mixed my berries into the batter...I'm lazy that way. This recipe is a keeper in our house for sure! Thanks for posting :)
My kids loved these! We had an abundance of blueberries from picking them and I knew from past experience that blueberry pancakes were good. These were far better than I remember. They are good even without syrup. I doubled the recipe and used a mixture of flours that I had on hand. I used some all purpose, spelt and soft white wheat. I also did not have buttermilk so used milk with a little lemon juice added. Warning though- it was hard to stop eating them!!
These were the best!!! I don't normally do pancakes from scratch(5 kids what do you expect) :) But, I had to try this recipe. I had my girls help me and it was the easiest thing( I will never go back to "just add water") My family loved it and we had it for dinner too. This is a keeper. Must do again to show off.
Tried recipe today for Mother's Day -- it was an amazing hit!! I had to quad. the recipie for a big family. Appreciated the tips on having extra blueberries on hand. Someone even mentioned that these pancakes tasted better than a restaurant's version!!
What a wonderful recipe. I was craving pancakes and had frozen blueberries left from last summer. If you like blueberry pancakes, you must try this. Excellent.
These were yummy. I made 12 good-sized pancakes, and used 8 blueberries per pancake. I didn't have baking soda, so I used boxed pancake mix as a substitute, since that has a leavening agent. The only change I would make to this recipe is to add additional buttermilk, b/c the batter was thicker than I expected. We ate this with bacon, fried eggs and toast, after my husband and I had fasted all day for Lent. Thanks for this delicious recipe!!