Making pancakes with blueberries is an easy and delicious way to enjoy a classic breakfast favorite. To make perfect pancakes, you’ll need a few basic ingredients, some equipment, and some tips for making the batter just right. Once your batter is ready, it’s time to cook up fluffy, golden-brown pancakes! After they’re cooked through and cooled off slightly, top them with fresh or frozen blueberries and other tasty toppings of your choice. Finally, let everyone know how to store any leftover pancakes so that none will go uneaten!
When it comes to ingredients needed for this recipe, you’ll want all-purpose flour (or gluten-free alternative), baking powder or baking soda as leavening agents; sugar for sweetness; salt for flavor; milk (dairy or non-dairy); eggs; butter (for cooking) and vegetable oil or melted coconut oil if desired. You’ll also need fresh or frozen blueberries–around 1/2 cup should be enough for one batch of 12 smallish pancakes. And finally: vanilla extract adds another layer of flavor but can be omitted altogether if desired.
As far as equipment goes, you only really need one large bowl in which to mix everything together plus either a griddle pan set over medium heat on the stovetop or an electric griddle preheated at 375°F (190°C). A ladle is useful when pouring out each pancake too! When adding wet ingredients into the dry ones in the mixing bowl combine until just mixed then gently fold in the berries before using your ladle to scoop out equal portions onto your hot griddle surface. Cook each pancake until golden brown on both sides–about 2 minutes per side–then transfer directly onto plates while still warm.
Topping options are endless but we highly recommend trying something new such as almond butter combined with honey drizzled over freshly cut banana slices sprinkled with cinnamon along with plenty of juicy blueberries scattered around! For those looking for healthier alternatives greek yogurt mixed up with peanut butter could do nicely alongside seasonal chopped fruit like mangoes strawberries kiwi etcetera – get creative have fun experimenting! Pecans walnuts sunflower seeds chia seeds hemp hearts flaxseeds all make great additions too don’t forget about nut butters too like almond cashew hazelnut tahini… yum!!