Ally's Sweet and Savory Eats: Mouthwatering Blueberry Pancakes

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Mouthwatering Blueberry Pancakes

Can I just say my 15 month old little man is becoming a handful?

My husband and I have noticed in the last month he has turned into a wild man! No longer that sweet, little innocent boy - he is now testing our limits daily. Now, don't get me wrong he still is a great little guy, so very happy and loves everyone, but man, he makes this mama tired!

If he's not getting into one cupboard, he's shoving something (usually my cell phone) into another, all the while yelling at the tops of his lungs because he can't reach something he "wants" on the kitchen counter.

I often wonder how I'll handle TWO.

Okay, blueberry pancakes. The little man LOVES blueberries and LOVES pancakes, so why not put them together? Well, it was a good idea, but for some reason he insisted on eating them separately and not in the together form.

See what I mean?

Oh well, we enjoyed them.

This recipe is my basic pancake batter recipe that I've used for years, only with some blueberries thrown in!


Mouthwatering Blueberry Pancakes
3 T. butter, melted
2 eggs
1 t. vanilla
1 1/2 t. baking soda
1 1/2 t. baking powder
1 T. sugar (or agave nectar)
1 1/2 c. buttermilk
1 1/2 c. flour
blueberries

Melt butter, then add in vanilla, baking soda, baking powder, sugar and eggs. Whisk until incorporated. Add milk, and sift in flour.

Pour into a hot griddle, placing a few blueberries onto the pancake, before flipping.

If you're like us, we sometimes eat pancakes for dinner, we did this night.

I won't tell.

9 comments:

  1. blueberry pancakes are my favorite!!

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  2. 15 months - cute :-) They are trouble at that age!

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  3. Mmm...blueberry pancakes are the best!

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  4. Hannah and I love having breakfast for dinner - the hubs? Not so much - even if it's after 10:30 he can no longer eat breakfast - so weird!

    When I make blueberry pancakes I grate some lemon zest into the batter - it brings them to a whole new level! :D

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  5. Great blueberry pancake recipe, thanks for the Sunday brunch idea.
    Good luck with your little one, they do get better.

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  6. Ally - Just an FYI 2 is the terrible two for a reason. I have no idea where my cute and lovable boy went. Cause my 2 year old can be a turd some days! I love him to death but wow - but when he is 16 I am sure I will say the same thing! Enjoy while you can. I can't wait to hear how different Drake and his sister are going to be!

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  7. Ally - Just an FYI 2 is the terrible two for a reason. I have no idea where my cute and lovable boy went. Cause my 2 year old can be a turd some days! I love him to death but wow - but when he is 16 I am sure I will say the same thing! Enjoy while you can. I can't wait to hear how different Drake and his sister are going to be!

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  8. 15 months - cute :-) They are trouble at that age!

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  9. Mmm...blueberry pancakes are the best!

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