Blueberry Whole Wheat Pancakes
(4 servings) Printable Version
Using a wooden spoon, stir wet ingredients into dry ingredients until just combined. Add melted butter, then blueberries, and stir gently.
Heat a non-stick griddle or pan over medium heat. Let a few drops of cold water fall on the surface. If bounces, sputters or instantly evaporates, your pan is ready.
Pour 1/4 cup of the batter onto the skillet. Cook for 2 minutes, or until bubbles that appear on the surface are beginning to break and bottom is golden.
Turn pancakes over, cook 1 minute or until lightly golden.
Place pancakes on heatproof platter and keep warm in a 200 degree preheated oven.
Repeat with remaining batter.
Yield: 12 Pancakes (3 pancakes per serving)
Calories (per pancake): 159.0; Protein: 5.7 g; CHO: 23.8 g; Fat: 5.4 g; Cholesterol: 46.6 g; Sodium: 348.7 mg
Driscoll's is a fourth generation family-owned company that has been involved in berry farming for over 100 years. As the leading provider of fresh and organic berries, Driscoll's works with independent farmers to produce the highest-quality berries in the world in an effort to continually delight all berry consumers.
Driscoll's is the preferred berry partner of some of America's leading chefs and culinary institutions.
About This Recipe And National Blueberry Pancake Day
A Press Release From Driscoll's Berries
New York, N.Y. (January 7, 2010) - As if pancakes aren't delicious enough, adding blueberries to the mix has to be one of the greatest ideas ever. To celebrate this clever combination, January 28, 2011 has been named National Blueberry Pancake Day.
And where there are blueberries, there's Driscoll's. As the nation's leading provider of fresh berries, Driscoll's blueberries are grown on family owned farms in premier growing regions throughout the world. At this time of year, the blueberries are farmed in the fertile valleys of Chile, to ensure the most delicious fruit possible.
So it's no surprise that National Blueberry Pancake Day is a favorite of Driscoll's. And when it comes to pancakes, people clearly have their favorites, too. Turns out, most people would like to have breakfast with TV's Modern Family, over the Royal family or the Partridge Family. And when asked what chef they would like to prepare their blueberry pancakes, 56.6 percent chose Paula Deen. And not surprisingly, most people are watching TV in their pajamas as they enjoy their blueberry pancakes.
And while people love eating blueberry pancakes, it's likely they could use some help making them.
The first step is choosing the right equipment. The key to a perfect pancake? The pan. Circulon is the only way to go. After all, Circulon gourmet cookware features an advanced nonstick surface that is durable and metal utensil safe, so foods that are prone to sticking, like pancakes, easily slide off, even when little or no butter or oil is used.
Now that you've got the tools, the berries and the batter, it's time to whip up a batch of blueberry pancakes to eat while wearing pajamas and watching Modern Family and/or Paula Deen. Try this delightful recipe using delicious Driscoll's blueberries.
A berry delicious pancake recipe courtesy of Driscoll's Berries. Picture perfect, healthier than usual pancakes.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank FinestBerries for this recipe.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Blueberry Whole Wheat Pancakes?
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 4 votes.
I used frozen blueberries and I used half wheat flour and half all-purpose. Turned out good.
Comment submitted: 10/24/2012 (#14735)
Wicked good recipe. Thanks man.
Comment submitted: 4/22/2011 (#12485)
From D. Roy
Amazing. We had to use frozen blueberries and it worked really well.
Comment submitted: 4/18/2011 (#12471)
Thanks for the recipe. Anybody have a good blueberry syrup recipe, ideally made with fresh blueberries and low-fat?
Comment submitted: 3/16/2011 (#12304)
Very healthy. And a good introduction of berries into the diet.
Comment submitted: 2/20/2011 (#12171)
From Lee Mad.
This is freaking awesome. A little wheaty, but that's to be expected. Tons of blueberry taste.
Comment submitted: 2/18/2011 (#12149)
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