This year is all about little changes for me and my family. We are all trying to eat healthier and one way we are doing is by getting as much fresh food as we can into our diets on a daily basis. Anything that can be fresh, will be fresh. This includes something like blueberries. Nothing tastes more amazing than fresh blueberries. If you have wondered how to make blueberry pancakes or what the best blueberry pancakes are or how to make fluffy blueberry pancakes recipe or even wanted the best blueberry pancake recipe, then our easy blueberry pancakes are exactly what you need. We used fresh blueberries to make Classic Blueberry Pancakes.
Wash the blueberries thoroughly in sink and leave in a colander while prepping other ingredients.
Add flour, baking powder, salt and sugar to mixer bowl. Sift together.
Whisk eggs lightly in a separate bowl adding cream cheese, milk, 1 stick of melted unsalted butter and vanilla. Blend well.
Whisk the dry mixture into the wet mixture until just blended.
Add the lemon and orange zest into the batter. Lightly fold in the blueberries. You have to very careful when you blend or your mixture will turn blue. If this happens, they still taste great. They are just well….blue.
Set your griddle to medium-high heat. We find that a griddle makes the best pancakes and the higher heat gives them more of a crust which I love. Griddle is ready when drops of water sizzle on it.
Using a 1/3 measuring cup, carefully scoop up some of your mixture and add it to the hot griddle. We cook 2-3 pancakes at a time but start with two and go from there. Less stressful.
Your pancake is ready to flip when bubbles start popping on the pancake. You can peek at the other side to see if it is browned and if so, flip it over to cook on the other side. I prefer pancakes a little more done than not so about 90 seconds on one side and 1 minute on the other.
I serve with pure maple syrup but my daughter likes when I make blueberry compote to put on her pancakes. These pancakes are so tasty that you could eat them without syrup.
PRO TIP: You can thin your batter with a little milk if needed or thicken it with a little flour.
Whether you were looking for homemade blueberry pancakes or a blueberry pancake recipe, then our fluffy blueberry pancakes will definitely be a crowd pleaser. We hope you love our Classic Blueberry Pancakes Recipe! Happy cooking and enjoy your amazing breakfast.
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Pork Tenderloin with Blueberry Sauce sounds absolutely delicious. I hope to try this recipe by the weekend.
I would make the Blueberry French Toast Sandwich.
Blueberry Stuffed French Toast
I’d like to try the blueberry soup.
I would like to make Blueberry Fruit Shake
I want to make the vegan shortbread recipe.
cream cheese??? for real? I hate my homemade pancakes, they just taste blah. I’ll be trying this
I would like to make the Blueberry Tortilla Crepes.
I want to make Double Blueberry Pie
id love to make the Double Blueberry pie.
I want to make the Blueberry Tortilla Crepes
I would like to try the Double Blueberry Pie recipe.
I would make Blueberry Chicken Salad Tacos.
I’d make the Blueberry Cassis Shortcakes
I would make blueberry party mix!
mmmm I’d make the Pork Tenderloin with Blueberry Sauce AND the Apple Blueberry Crisp.
I’d make blueberry muffins.
apple blueberry crisp recipe.
I’d make Blueberry Coconut Tartlets! Yum!!
I would make the Quick Blueberry-Cranberry Relish, I love the simplicity of this recipe!
The apple blueberry crisp looks awesome
I would love to try the Scandinavian Blueberry Bisque!
There are so many that sound wonderful. I will definitely make the pork tenderloin with blueberry sauce.
I have always loved everything blueberry, everything! Thanks for the link to the great Highbush Blueberry site. I would make the Salmon and Blueberry Salad with Red Onion Vinaigrette.
I love baked goods, and blueberry muffins are a go-to for me. I would try the Scandinavian Blueberry Bisque – for something new and delicious.
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I would try blueberry soup just because it is something I wouldn’t imagine eating in the past
I’d make blueberry crepes or a smoothie.
I’d make a blueberry smoothie. Delish!
I would love to make this relish–http://www.blueberrycouncil.org/blueberry-recipes/quick-blueberry-cranberry-relish/
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I would love to make the Pork tenderloin with blueberry sauce it sounds wonderful.
I’d make the Double Blueberry Pie.
So many wonderful recipes. The one that caught my eye is the Blueberry-Lemon Charlotte
I’d make the Blueberry and Spinach Salad with Hot Bacon Dressing recipe.
hmm blueberry soup sounds interesting!!
I would make Blueberry Maple Breakfast Bake
I’d like to make the pork tenderloin with blueberry sauce.
i’d make the double blueberry pie!
I’d love to try the Scandinavian Blueberry Bisque, sounds refreshing!
Pork tenderloin with blueberry sauce!
I Would Like To Make The Blueberry Breakfast Salad Recipe.
I’d make the Blueberry Party Mix because it is an easy recipe
I love the sound of the Blueberry Cheesecake for Carb Counters! Yum!
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Definitely would try the blueberry shake! Thank you!
The blueberry french toast sounds like it would they would be a hit!
I’d make the Blueberry Fruit Shake – thank you.
I would make the apricot-filled blueberry biscuits – which is exactly what I pinned to Pinterest! Yum! Thanks!
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