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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Baked Blueberry Pancakes


I've been making breakfast on Sunday mornings.  I had some blueberries (my favorite) and decided to make blueberry pancakes.  I didn't want to take the time to make individual pancakes, so I just mixed everything up and threw it in the oven.  OMG - delicious!!  This took about 5 minutes to whip together and it was fantastic.  We served it with some maple syrup and bacon.  This was actually easy enough to make during the week before school.  If you aren't a blueberry fan, feel free to mix up the fruit or leave it out entirely. 


Baked Blueberry Pancakes
(Printable Recipe)

3/4 cup milk
2 Tbsp melted butter, slightly cooled
1 large egg
1/2 tsp vanilla
1 Tbsp sugar
1 cup flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1 cup blueberries

Preheat oven to 350.

Lightly grease an 8×8 baking dish. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together milk, butter, egg, and vanilla. Add sugar, flour, baking powder and salt.   Carefully stir in blueberries.  Pour batter into pan.

Bake for 20-25 minutes. Serve with butter and maple syrup.


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19 comments:

  1. I LOVE blueberry pancakes...and the fact that you can throw this in the oven makes it extra awesome!!

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  2. it won't be as good, but I might have to try it with WW flour

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  3. Steph, you've done it again, my dear! What a fantastic idea, bake a pancake, love it:)

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  4. Yum! My kids love pancakes, but they take SO STINKIN LONG to make. Can't wait to give this a try!!!

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  5. Now that's my kind of recipe, just throw everything in and bake. I will definitely make this. Thanks for the recipe and I just pinned it.

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  6. Bakied pancakes are an awesome idea!

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  7. Looks very easy. Can't wait to try it!

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  8. could you do this with bananas instead of blueberries and if so would it be 1 cup of smashed bananas? instead of 1 cup blueberries?

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  9. MoMto1ToT - absolutely! I think bananas would be great!

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  10. Just shared this with my 2 year old and it was delicious! I instagramed my food pic, crewmom4. Thanks again for being my go to cookbook!

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  11. I made these this morning and I felt like the flavor fell a little flat...not sure why. I think next time I may use buttermilk instead of plain milk. Maybe add a little more vanilla? It just needs something.

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  12. Wow, was this good. Easy to put together, and tasty. Loved the texture. Just added a little butter and syrup on top. Thanks!

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  13. I've tried this twice. It's a keeper. Although my kids asked why there wasn't chocolate chips in them. I guess I have spoiled them! Oh, the second time I made it I substituted applesauce for the butter. Have you tried a bigger pan? I was scared to try it doubled in a 9x13 so I made two pans!

    Thanks for the great recipe.

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  14. I LOVE making pancakes on my Large Bar Pan from The Pampered Chef. So easy and everyone gets to eat their pancakes at the same time, rather than me still cooking them on the griddle while everyone else is enjoying theirs at the table!

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  15. @Steph L: I tried it doubled in a 9x13 pan and it turned out perfectly.

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  16. I must have done something wrong - these turned out almost rubbery and had an off taste. I think my baking powder was old - could that be it?

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  17. Ashley - it sounds like your baking powder was bad.

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  18. I realize this recipe is 2 years old, but I just made this & OMG it's fantastic! I had some fresh blueberries that needed to be used, & I had saved this recipe a while back, so I decided to try it this morning. My changes: I used unsweetened vanilla almond milk, so I didn't add vanilla, & I used White Lily Self-Rising Flour (because that's what my Mama taught me to bake with), so no baking powder or salt. I also divided a small portion of the batter out & added fresh strawberries in, too! So good! And with the minimum of 5 generous portions I'll have, this is only 167 calories. What?! I put about a tsp of butter on top & a drizzle of agave syrup, which brought it to 257 calories. This really is an amazing (and simple) recipe! Note: It's not very sweet without the syrup, which I love, but some may wish to add a little more sugar (or other sweetener). Thanks, Stephanie! And, thanks for always making my tailgate food so yummy! #HailState :)

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