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Blueberry Pie Pancakes

Soft, fluffy, delicious blueberry pie pancakes.

Blueberry Pie Pancakes - SUPER ginormous fluffy blueberry pancakes recipe... with over 200 positive reader reviews - from @choccoveredkt:


This recipe yields SUPER ginormous pancakes!

Pleasantly Plump. One might use these words to describe the blueberries I recently purchased at Whole Foods. I’m always excited when summer rolls around and organic blueberries no longer cost an arm and a leg. And a pinky toe.

Sadly, the lower prices don’t last forever, and I therefore make it my mission to eat as many blueberries as humanly possible while they’re available! If you end up in a similar situation, with extra blueberries to use up, be sure to browse the recipes in the link below:

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Blueberry Pie Pancakes Recipe

Today, however, I wasn’t feeling the muffin vibe.

And so I spent the entirety of my run dreaming up new ways to incorporate blueberries into breakfast. Finally, I settled upon blueberry pie pancakes. Just think about it for a second… blueberry pie in pancake form.

How could you possibly top that?!

blueberry pie pancakes

These blueberry pie pancakes are ginormous… Seriously, the fattest pancakes ever!

Since originally posting the recipe three years ago, there are now over 200 positive reviews from readers who have tried these pancakes and keep coming back to the recipe again and again.

These pancakes are a must-try!

There is ONE secret to making the fluffiest pancakes ever. These blueberry pancakes use baking powder


Blueberry Pie Pancakes

Blueberry Pie Pancakes

Total Time: 10m
Yield: serves 1 person
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  • 1/2 cup blueberries
  • 1/3 cup flour (ww pastry, white, spelt, or Bob’s gluten-free)
  • 2 tbsp rolled oats
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 2/3 tsp baking powder
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 tbsp sugar or 1 packet stevia
  • 1/3 cup milk of choice
  • Unless you like the taste of fat-free pancakes, add 1 tbsp oil and reduce milk by that amount.


Combine dry ingredients in a bowl, then add wet. Mix, but don’t overmix. Cook on an oiled (or sprayed) pan, on low-medium, flipping each pancake once. Top with syrup, powdered sugar, or Cashew Cream. Or you could even boil some more blueberries (with a bit of sugar, if you wish), and smash them, to make a compote.

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  1. VEGirl says

    dang, it’s still chilly where we are and blueberries do indeed cost and arm, a leg, a pinky toe… and my whole wallet! I love blueberries- frozen, plain, with non-dairy milk, on cereal, in pancakes. When I’m at my grandma’s house in the summer, I get to gorge off of her many blueberry bushes– that produce the plumpest, most flavorful berries you’ve ever tasted!

    I love making frosting-like toppings (that are still healthy) for my pancakes, too.

  2. Andrea says

    Have you ever tried freezing blueberries? They are a good value this time of year, and you can often get heaps of them at the farmers market or pick your own farms for a great price! All you have to do is wash them, pat dry, spread in a single layer on a cookie sheet, stick ’em in the freezer til they’re frozen (overnight will suffice), then put them in freezer bags until you need them! I love a bowl of frozen blueberries as a cool summer snack! Waaaay better than popsicles.

  3. Jenny says

    hmphhhh.. this recipe is almost identical to the one that I use, yet I can’t ever get mine that fat! perhaps I need to up the baking powder?! I guess I just don’t have your magic touch 😉

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Yes, baking powder helps… but the REAL secret I’ve found is to use less liquid. If you use only *just enough* to make the pancakes like muffin batter consistency, they’ll cook much poofier! And boo, my spellchecker says poofier isn’t a word. Oh well.

      • Connie says

        LOL, “Poofier” would probably also be described as a “Flapjack” because of it’s thick batter consistency, and a pancake is a much thinner batter, making it “Flat”. 🙂

        Either way they are described, these look fantastic too and they will be a piece of “pancake” to make this coming weekend.

        • Helen says

          When I was growing up(many years ago on the farm) My mother cooked pancakes every morning. I didn’t like them that often but my father wanted them. I guess it filled him up and lasted longer for his hard work he had to do for the day. Actually I liked the thinner kind). One time he ordered a case of breakfast cereal (Cornflakes which did give us a change for awhile. My father also made maple syrup every fall also which goes SO well with pancakes.

  4. Crafty lil vegan says

    These yummies look like blueberry versions of welshcakes!! Except to make them welshcakes, you have to cook them on a traditional bake-stone (think of large slab of metal you place on a hob XD ) … though a frying pan is definately easier! I shall have to give these a go =D xxxx

  5. Emily K says

    Your photos continue to astound me. I cannot get over that first picture, with the gorgeous purple blueberries! Stunning! 🙂
    And yes, I love blueberries in the summer. The fatter the better!

  6. Jenny says

    Blueberries are hands down the best, most delicious berry EVER. I don’t care what anyone says about acai berries, or any of those superfood berries… Blueberries are accessible and out-of-this-world delicious.

    My favourite way to use them is actually not to use them at all! I love eating ’em straight up. I suppose my second favourite way of using them is incorporating them into yogurt bowls. I prefer eating fresh bloobs straight up and baking with frozen bloobs instead. Somehow I feel like their amazing taste doesn’t go to “waste” then, even though baked goods with fresh bloobs are probably tastier? Not sure~

  7. Cait's a Runnerchick says

    Katie!! i seriously did a happy dance when i saw this one! i have a love affair with pancakes and the fatter the better!! i’m a big fan of blueberries and will take them any whichway but in muffins would probably rate really high along with in pancakes of course. also, thank you for keeping today at least PB-free. 🙂 don’t worry, we won’t take over your blog, but when we rule the world we’ll be sure to keep you safe. jk

  8. Veronica says

    Miss Katie, there is a huge glaring omission here that I can not abide! How do these taste? Did you love them? Based on the ingredients and photo, I would say they must be delicious but I need a descritpion of the taste, woman! 🙂

  9. Michaela says

    LOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE blueberries!! I absolutely adore them! I prefer eating them plain, but I also love them in muffins or pancakes. It is funny you are posting this recipe now, bc I made so many variations of your cookie dough pancakes, and one included blueberries instead of chocolate chips 😉 yummi! The only sad thing is that my supermarkets are currently out of blueberries 🙁

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Oh my gosh, that probably would’ve been even better… I think I like that cookie dough pancake recipe even more than this one. Haha you are much smarter than me. You should’ve told me! I wouldn’t have needed to experiment in making up a new recipe ;).

      • Michaela says

        I´m sorry, hopefully it didn´t take you as long as creating the brownie bites! I created so many variations of those pancakes, even one with peppermint extract which turned out awesome, and also one with lemon juice and poppy seeds. You really can use the cookie dough pancake recipe as the base for EVERYTHING!

  10. Gloria says

    Those look delicious! I love blueberry pancakes.I can’t wait to make them for breakfast tomorrow morning 🙂

  11. liz says

    Those look amazing. Like seriously amazing.

    I always freeze blueberries whenever I see them on sale, and just drop them into my smoothies. Less ice = more blueberry flavor.

  12. Mellie says

    I don’t really like cooked blueberries, but I like that these pancakes are fat. Our recipe we use is really good but the pancakes are thin, so I want to try this.

  13. Mowenackie says

    I’m not sure it’s legal to be from Maine and NOT like blueberries. I love them. The good thing is they freeze well, so you could stock up during the summer when they are cheap and still use them for baking in winter. Blueberry goodness year round! I love them on breakfast quinoa. And in smoothie popcicles. And just by themselves!

    PS Have you ever had chocolate-covered blueberries? So good!
    I bet you could make a healthy version! (hint hint…)

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      This is going to sound crazy, but I actually don’t think I like chocolate blueberries! Probably because I don’t like dried blueberries. I was all excited to try the Endangered Species chocolate-blueberry bars, but I sadly didn’t like it at all!

  14. Sarah C says

    I am definitely an overachiever. Know why? Cause I already made these, that’s why! 🙂
    How were they? Um I wish I could show you a photo of my empty plate! I licked it clean!
    They made a delicious lunch! 🙂

  15. Emma (Sweet Tooth Runner) says

    *Drool* LOVE fat pancakes. LOVE blueberries. LOVE CCK!! <3

    Blueberries in Blueberry Muffins!! But Blueberry Pie Pancakes sound EVEN BETTER!! 😀

  16. Nicky says

    Ahhh I am in LOVE with blueberries at the moment! And I recently tried my first pancakes and want to make more so you just gave me another recipe – I’m doing this ASAP! YUM!

  17. Holly @ The Runny Egg says

    I love blueberries — in breads, pancakes, muffins, in fruit salads, in salads, in anything. They are so good and so cute!

  18. Serena says

    These look delicious. I love blueberries. So much that when I was little I overdid it and actually go sick. 🙁 But that didn’t kill my love for blueberries. 😉
    One of my favorite things to eat when I was a kid was blueberry bagels with a thick cream cheese spread. I also love cakes, pancakes, you name it. 😉

  19. Lenna says

    I love blueberries! They are great in veggie or fruit salads! And in smoothies and oats and cakes and yoghurt bowls…yeah, they are perfect everywhere 🙂 But they are so freaky expensive in my country, really much more expensive than any of the tropical fruits and blueberries actually grow here (whilst pineapples and mangoes don´t) so I don´t get it:(

  20. Freya says

    They look like welshcakes 🙂
    My mum is obsessed with blueberries – they’re her ‘thing’, which means if we ever get them (a rarity, they are soooo ££££!!), she gets them all! Bah.

  21. Emily says

    I dig the blueberry to flour ratio. That’s how all pancakes SHOULD be.
    I love blueberry everything! Especially blueberry lemon desserts like cupcakes and muffins. My college also serves blueberry coffee. OMG.
    Oh, and I know I say this everyday, but this is my favorite picture yet!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Thank you so much, Emily! It’s one of my favorite photos too… but that’s not a testament to my skills. It’s just that blueberries are SO photogenic! (Much more so than dark, shadowy brownies. Ugh those are hard to photograph! :-?)

  22. O.C. says

    I loveeee blueberries! I put them oats, smoothies, pancakes, salads and pretty much anything else I can find an excuse to put them in! They are so yummy and so good for you too 🙂

  23. Faith @ lovelyascharged says

    I love any summer berries…I’m so excited to see the prices drop so I can eat them more! I found blackberries $4/4 the other day, and though I bought four boxes, I should have grabbed a few more to freeze. Oh well, lessons for next time!

  24. katie @KatieDid says

    I love blueberries so much. They were buy 1 get 1 at the store last week so I’ve been working through those quickly. I mostly use them with yogurt and cereal, and I love them frozen also..

  25. Alex@Spoonful of Sugar Free says

    LOVE blueberries!! I have already gone through a couple containers of them this spring/summer? AMAZING!! And gosh-I need those pancakes!

  26. LizAshlee says

    Beautiful photos! Pancakes…yum! Blueberries…delicious! I really like sweet blueberries but it seems like often times I get tart ones! I love snacking on them or adding them to smoothies!!

    Have a beautiful day doll!

    • Ellie says

      Me too :(. Now, if they’re not HUGE I don’t even bother buying them, because the small ones seem to be much more sour!

  27. Kris (everyday oats) says

    I used to hate them when I was younger, but now I love em! And their sweetness is such a great addition to pancakes. Especially these pleasantly plump ones you’ve got going on over here!

  28. Ragnhild says

    Beautiful photos Katie!!
    I love blueberries, but they are really expencive here too! Lucky for me, my dad loves to pick blueberries during the summer. So we always have the freezer full 🙂

  29. Rebecca says

    Hello breakfast tomorrow morning! I adore blueberries, they’re one of my favorite foods! We have a nearby farm around here I’m planning on going to pick a couple pints of since our bushes were killed by the heat last summer.

  30. Teniesha @ Vegan on the Go-Go says

    How much batter do you pour onto the skillet at a time? And how do you manage to keep your pancakes so round and even? Mine always become lopsided and irregular, and they often break apart when I try to flip them, sometimes even becoming what I like to call “scrambled pancakes.” Any tips would be fabulous! Thanks!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      I keep them smaller… it’s SO much easier to flip smaller pancakes without them falling apart! Also, my pancakes are sometimes irregular-shaped too. I just make sure to put the roundest one on top for the photos! 🙂

  31. Katy sparrow says

    making these for dessert tonight!! luckily my mom was just got a plethora of the blue gold from somewhere..coulda been whole foods or trader joes or the farmers market..i dont ask questions! i just proceed to grab and handful and rinse! haha <3 living with the parents for a few weeks!!

  32. kaila @ healthy helper! says

    YUM! These sound just like the pancakes on made on Tuesday! They were delicious and I am totally loving the fresh blueberries that are coming out right now! YAY for fresh summer fruit!

  33. Heidi @ Food Doodles says

    Yum 🙂 I love blueberries, especially in pancakes(or top of) Those pancakes look crazy good! “Pleasantly Plump” Haha, that made me laugh 😀 I should make these for the kids tomorrow, I bet they’d love them.

  34. Albizia says

    I’ve been craving homemade pancakes for way too long. Maybe it’s about time I made some. Why not these?

    Who doesn’t love blueberries? If they weren’t so expensive, I’d probably put them in my yogurt messes all the time. Unfortunately, they aren’t. But I buy blueberry jam quite often 🙂 .

  35. Ali says

    I like blueberries, I love raspberries more though!
    actually yesterday I found a can of blueberries in the cupboard so inspired by CCK, I put some blueberries in a container with a frozen banana, some walnuts and some oats and blended it until I had some healthy breakfast ice cream! I was meaning to put yogurt in but forgot and it tasted good without it anyway. I am down to my last two frozen bananas though – in australia bananas are REALLY expensive at the moment because most of the banana crops were wiped out during the Queensland floods & cyclone earlier this year. as soon as I heard that I put two bunches of bananas in my freezer and I’ve been rationing them out!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Ohmigosh that sounds awesome! I especially love blended oatmeal in the summer.
      And I heard about your banana issues down there… I wish I could send you some here, where they’re really cheap! And maybe, in return, you could send me a nice Aussie guy? 😉

  36. Kate says

    I love, love, LOVE blueberries! It’s hard for me to not eat the whole crate. Thanks for the reminder that blueberry season is back.

  37. Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga says

    Fattest Pancakes EVER! = And I LOVE the way they look!!

    They look like I just want to make teeth marks in them b/c they are so pleasantly plump and perfect!

    Do I love blueberries? Is the sky blue? YES! I adore them!

    Great jot on these….yummy 🙂

  38. Green Groats says

    I ADORE blueberries too! I eat frozen berries quite often, but I did buy some fresh ones this week. Today, I ate them in my oats for breakfast, in my cottage cheese for lunch, and in my salad as part of my dinner!!

  39. Jen says

    When talking about cooking fruit (like the blueberry compote you mentioned), if you cook it WITH sugar, it will help to keep the fruit firm. Fruit breaks down more easily if heat is applied without sugar, and then the sugar is added afterwards to sweeten it. Something I happened to learn in culinary school! 🙂

    Anyway, I’m the same as you when it comes to blueberries. I love when they stop costing a fortune. I like to buy organic blueberries because they’re a high-risk fruit, so during the wintertime, they break my bank! I’ve spent $5.99 on a container before…and felt very foolish for doing so. I suppose that’s what I get for occasionally wanting to eat against the season!

    Oh, and your pancakes look delish. What else is new?

  40. Alexa @ Simple Eats says

    Genius! I would definitely smother these in hot blueberries and powdered sugar. I love mine in pie and in granola parfaits!

  41. Tara says

    I love fresh summer berries! There is a two week period during the summer where our blueberries are top notch. I always eat them straight up then. Otherwise I love make pie, pancakes, muffins.. especially blueberry lemon and cornmeal blueberry muffins!

  42. The English Major says

    Blueberries are my second favorite seasonal fruit… my first are muscadines, which I’m not sure people outside of North Carolina are even aware of. I’ve already started stalking the farmer’s markets around here. The strawberries are dwindling, which means it can’t be much longer.

  43. Meghan @ StruggleMuffins says

    I’ve been super busy and unable to post lately but I figured when I came back to your blog I’d be greeted by something sensational looking. And I was right. You’re like a magical little blueberry fairy, spreading blueberry-filled happiness to readers far and wide 🙂

  44. Rachel @ Eat, Learn, Discover! says

    Wow, definitely amazing looking breakfast – were they super doughy inside? I love when that happens.

    and yes, blueberries are fantastic – especially when you can go to the farms and pick them yourselves! my family and I used to do this at in july/august, we’d come home with pounds of blueberries. so many pies and smoothies and such.

  45. Tori (Fresh Fruition) says

    I love love love bloobs and I love the look of these pancakes! What makes them so fluffy?

  46. Kristen @ The Red Velvet Life says

    Oh my, these look amazing, Katie! I’ve also not been feelin’ the oats as much lately, so I have to try these! In other news, I wish my blog was named Blue Velvet Life, because all shades of blue are my fave colors, and the more I think about pretty-ing up my blog, red is so unappealing, ha! Wish I had thought of that/seen your Blue Velvet Cupcakes before hastily naming my blog. lol! Oh vell. 😉

      • Kristen @ The Red Velvet Life says

        Aw thanks! I like The Little Vegan, but Chocolate-Covered Katie is more fun — just like you! In other news, I whipped up these pancakes this morning and they are DELISH! Love this recipe, Katie! xo

  47. sheila @ Elements says

    I definitely love blueberries, and your chubby pancakes look marvelous! I could sure go for some! I’m bookmarking the recipe so I can make some the next time I buy blueberries. My favorite way to eat them? Just wash ’em and pop ’em in my mouth! 🙂 I love making muffins with them, but I tend to always eat them and not save any to make muffins. 🙁

  48. Sarah says

    I made these this morning!! They are the best pancakes I have ever tasted. I ate them with dark agave nectar. The oatmeal was so good in there and I think that really made them taste great. I will so be making this again… maybe tomorrow!

  49. Evan says

    These look amazing, Katie!

    Just last weekend, I made blueberry muffin overnight oats (and posted about it!) ‘Tis the season for amazing blueberry breakfast concoctions. These are a must-try.

  50. Emilia says

    Thank you, I now know exactly what I’m making my dad for father’s day, these pancakes! I love blueberries, but nowhere near as much as he does!

  51. Todd says

    Yikes, these look tasty. I’ve been searching for a simple, wholesome, single-serve vegan berry pancake formula for ages. Why must every recipe on the web have such enormous and wasteful yields? This frugal foodie thanks you.

    I’m going to use buckwheat flour for these puppies, I think. I’m also excited to top them with some nice grade B maple syrup I finally splurged on. I’ll report back on my results.

  52. Lindsey says

    I tried these this morning and they are SO, SO GOOD!!!!! Thank you so much for the recipe! I will be making these a lot in the near future!

  53. Gloria says

    I made your pancakes this morning and they were yummay! 🙂 When I cut into one of them, a blueberry popped and squirted onto my shirt. Luckily, it didn’t get in my eye lol

  54. Peggy says

    blueberries are the BEST. Have you ever tried fresh blueberry pie? My mom makes it all summer, and it is SO good. It’s a pie crust filled with fresh blueberries, and then they’re just held together with a blueberry sauce made of blueberries, sweetener, lemon, cornstarch and water boiled up on the stove for a few minutes. Usually we have topped it with whipped cream in the past, but after finding out about our dairy allergies, i’m thinking maybe some cashew cream?

  55. Sarah says

    I definitely had Blueberry Crisp (crumble) Baked Oatmeal for breakfast. Yum!! Thought of your blog when I made it too 🙂 I made it in muffin tins. It wasn’t quite what I’d envisioned, too gooey (like your chickpea goodies LOL) but still yum!

  56. Danielle says

    I finally got around to making these pancakes this morning, after picking up some delightful blueberries at The Fresh Market. These were the best pancakes I’ve ever had! Thank you for the recipe. I bet they’d be equally delightful with raspberries.

  57. Sarah C. says

    I made these, and they were FANTASTIC! Some of the best pancakes I’ve ever eaten. In fact, it might be one of my favorite CCK recipes, along with your blondies of course ;).
    I’m making them for my hubby for Fathers Day!

  58. Lauriene says

    Usually I’m not a pancake fan but I’d been having a weird craving lately. I stuck raspberries in the batter instead, topped it with a little bit of fruit spread and… oh my GOD. I am eternally in debt to you. Absolutely delicious.

  59. Joan says

    Conversely, lots of liquid in the batter makes crepes. Yummy! Esp around bananas and chocolate sauce, lol.

    I also let the batter sit for 15 minutes before scooping onto the griddle. You will see a noticeable thickening of the batter in this time.

    Shirley Corriher, in her book, “Cookwise”, stated that the ideal ratio of leavening to flour is 1/4 teaspoon baking soda to 1 cup flour and 1 teaspon baking powder to 1 cup flour. I have found this to be true in my experience, as long as I mix well to get all the leavening distributed. Like you, I object to the taste of excess leavening.

    Still lovin’ the blog! Thanks for all your hard work!

  60. Jillian says

    Well, I hope this is not too monotonous…..YUM! I mustered the the energy (I’m ill, blech!) to put these together and am so glad I did. I used Stevia and stuck to the fat free version since I do like to put a dab of Earth Balance on top and I didn’t want too much fat. They were amazingly good. The sweetness of the blueberries had me use much less syrup than I might otherwise. I did thin the batter a tad after putting the first one in the skillet, but both actually came out. I was fearful that they wouldn’t cook through being so thick, but they came out perfectly! Katie, the next best thing to having a chef cook for me is throwing together fast and easy things that are delicious! Thanks, again!! 🙂

  61. Heather says

    I made these the yesterday after your post about fat pancakes – OMG! were these amazing. I never would have known they were healthy if I hadn’t made them myself. I ate mine with a dab of almond butter and they were like PB&J pancakes. I can see making quadrupedal the recipe and serving them for brunch – they’re that good.

  62. Anita says

    Hi CCK:
    Would you say these pancakes are fluffy or dense? Either way, very good I’m sure. Just curious.

  63. Jillian says

    Katie! Store out of blueberries…unhappy! So, in the spirit of true improvisation, I used some strawberries I had. Wow! Like strawberry shortcake for breakfast. Have I told you lately that I love you? OK, in my mind that sounded funny, now I hope it doesn’t sound weird! Haha Thanks again….thinking any berry or even bananas would work! YUM!

  64. Emma says

    I just tried these for breakfast, and they were delicious. Thanks for the awesome idea!
    PS. I used regular ww flour because that’s all we had, and they were denser, but still good. Maybe more liquid would help next time.

  65. Jillian says

    Hi Katie,
    I have two questions. I am not very familiar with flours. I use a coarse ground wheat or just plain white generally. I’ve been using the white and the pancakes are a bit dense. Of course, I love the heck out of them. Don’t mind the dense-ness, but would pastry or another type make them fluffier, just curious? Question two: why do you use baking powder versus baking soda? I wonder if I could use soda. I even think one of your recipes calls for both. Could I just use soda when both are called for in a recipe? Do you mind educating me on this? As a cancer survivor, I am concerned about the aluminum in baking powder.
    Thanks so much, Katie…I think of your brilliance every morning as I am addicted to these pancakes! 🙂 And, by the way, the crazy good ranch dressing is amazing on sugar snap peas!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Hi Jillian!
      I use baking powder to make it rise… but if you can find Rumford baking powder, it’s aluminum-free :). That’s the one I use.

      Also, maybe try white pastry flour? I know that ww pastry is much less dense than regular whole wheat.

      • Jillian says

        Thanks so much, Katie! I didn’t know there was a baking powder that was aluminum-free! I will look for it right away! I may play with the flours, just to see how different ones behave, but I am loving my morning pancakes….and I’ve never been much into pancakes. These are too good. I just bought a Green Pan and so I don’t have to use much in the way of keeping them from sticking (like with my iron pans). So, I really feel good about them. A tiny bit of Earth Balance and a slight drizzle of maple syrup and I am in heaven! 😀 You are the BEST!

  66. Sadie says

    These pancakes look sooo good! I can’t wait to make them, but I have a question; how do you measure 2/3 tsp? I only have 1/8 tsp, 1/4 tsp, and 1/2 tsp measuring spoons.

  67. Jessie says

    Thanks for sharing! I live under 20 minutes away from the blueberry capitol of the world (or so I like to imagine, lol)–Hammonton, NJ. That means crates of a dozen cartons of fresh blueberries CHEAP… which translates to a surplus of berries in my fridge! …and of course, what could that possibly mean but blueberry pancakes?! :] I’m super excited to try these critters in the AM.

  68. Rachel says

    I just made these pancakes – soo good and soo thick!! I’m not vegan – just vegetarian – but if there are any non-vegans out there: these were absolutely delicious with a whipped cream frosting… well not really a frosting, I just blended together about 2/3 – 1 cup of whipping cream with 2 heaping tbsp of icing sugar, and a dash of vanilla extract. Tasted delicious on these pancakes!!

  69. Kathy says

    I love these already 😉 I’m making these this morning(-ish) for breakfast and I can NOT wait. Yummy~~ I think I might eat these before I brush my teeth. Plus I am hungry & thirsty…time for pancakes!

  70. Susie says

    I keep meaning (and forgetting) to comment on this post–these are the best pancakes I have ever had, and I’m addicted. They’ve been my dinner many, many times since you’ve posted this 🙂

  71. Sadie says

    I LOVE these pancakes! I made them and posted the results on my blog; check it out! Katie I adore your recipes, they are always so tasty and healthy.

  72. KellyBelly says

    Glad to see that these work w/ GF flours, my sons will love to try them. We have a pick your own blueberry farm not far from us!

  73. Melanie says

    Mmm made this today for a pre-running snack. They were so delicious! I didn’t even put anything on them. I just ate them plain and they were great! Thanks!

  74. katie says

    I tried these one morning a few months ago and cannot stop eating them. I love making them and fueling up before a work out because I know it’s healthy and tastes great! Sometimes I’m naughty and add chocolate chips or spread peanut butter on top.

  75. Bethany says

    So I know I just posted yesterday about how awesome these pancakes are but I just had to tell you…this morning I made them again for my kids (I was greedy yesterday and ate them all myself) and my 3 yr old snarfed his down without protest and my 9 month old literally sat in her chair and SCREAMED for more every time she ran out of her pancakes pieces. So they’re not only good for adults, they’re fantastic for kids as well!

  76. Sarah-Mae says

    My boyfriend and I made these this morning and used 1/2 banana mashed in place of any oil and sugar and they were sooooooo good and moist! Delish!

  77. Janice says

    I made these this morning for the kids and they were really good! I thought I put a bit too much blueberries in them so next time Im going to cut in half the amount of berries, but they were still good! I loved how the blueberries were melted and gooey in the pancakes! The kids loved them too 😀

  78. Elise says

    I made these today with earth balance (I think this was the first time I was brave enough to add fat to my pancakes :o) and no sugar. They turned out like fluffy, GIANT, biscuits! A little heavy for me but very yummy 🙂

  79. Katie T says

    These were yummy, but I wish the recipe said how many they make. I made a double batch, but it turned out to make just two 7-inch pancakes, which was enough for one person. Great recipe – I was out of almond milk and subbed water, and it turned out fine.

  80. Joy says

    These pancakes look very good and veeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrryyyyyy bad for you. I see the ingredients look healthy however do you have calorie counts?

  81. Kim says

    I just tried these, but had a ripe banana so, made blueberry banana pancakes. They were delicious! I’ve just discovered your website and I love it.:)

  82. Hugh says

    Well my Daughter Rachel told me about this site and I just happen to have about 35 gallons of Blue Berries in the freezer so her I go. I am also looking for recipes to cut calories.

  83. Erica says

    oh. my. goodness. I used whole wheat flour (I was worried it would be too heavy) but goodness… it’s like eating a big fat cookie, (I almost wasn’t able to eat them all they’re so dense!) They are delicious. I didn’t change a thing… although I did use brown sugar for the sugar. Wow, I’m absolutely going to try more recipes on here. Thanks for a great easy recipe!

  84. Brandie says

    I just made these for the first time and Y.U.M.! They’re so good! As I was eating I was lookin at the recipe again and I was like, Wha…? Oh No! I forgot Baking Powder LOL… They’re still YUMMERS! Just… dense. 🙂 I’ll definitely make them again, but with the BP, and I think I’ll do 1/2T coc oil next time too… Thanks Katie!

  85. Shelley says

    yours look so light and fluffy! mine turned out really dense and chewy. still good, just not the texture I was going for. :/

  86. Libby says

    Mine turned out dense also, which is fine cause I like them that way. They tasted just like blueberry pie! I followed the recipe except I only used water instead of the nondairy milk and my blueberries were frozen. I wasn’t sure how many pancakes this was supposed to make. I made two, which were kind of thick. I had to finish them in the oven.

  87. Trysten says

    I just made these! They were so good! Except I didn’t have any fresh blueberries so I used homemade blueberry jelly. Delicious! I also added some flax.

  88. Amy says

    I just tried these pancakes today, and they were ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS. They exceeded my expectations. I didn’t have blueberries on hand so I used strawberries instead and they tasted so yummy and fresh. Can’t wait to try them with blueberries too!

  89. lisampls says

    coming from a queasy mama dealing with wicked morning sickness (all. day.)–you just made me the happiest lady on earth. every single bite was groan-worthy. i’m so glad i had the house to myself. the best dinner i’ve had since my morning sickness started. i can see many many many batches of these being made in the near future. thank you!!!!

  90. Katie says

    These were amazing – fantastic recipe! I added a bit more water at the end, but they still were nice and dense (which was what I wanted). I will definitely be making these again – yummmm!

  91. Megan says

    OMG… these are so amazing! I just stumbled upon your blog today and WOW! Am I ever glad I did! You have some seriously amazing looking food here and I can’t wait to try it all! Thanks so much for all of these fabulous and *healthy* recipes! You ROCK girl!!!

  92. Tawny says

    OMG!!! These are the BEST pancakes I’ve ever had!!! I made them with Oat Flour. Being involved with fitess, I’ve tried a TON of so called Protein pancakes, etc. But these are to DIE for!! Just scrambled up 3/4c of egg whites on the side, and my meal was complete!!! Thanks Katie 🙂

    PS: I topped mine with a TBS of coconut oil for my dose of healthy fat!!

  93. Voracious Vegan says

    Before I ask my question, I just want to say that this website is absolutely AWESOME! I only found it last night whilst looking for vegan pancake recipes (oh cravings, how you torture me…), and I came across your strawberry shortcake pancakes. Let’s just say, my mouth jizzed at the picture alone.

    ANYWAY, I’m from the UK, and I was wondering about the conversions. We don’t measure ingredients by cups, so what would you say the equivalents are in grams/ml? I want my tastebuds’ first impressions of your pancakes to be indestructible. :3

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      I usually do try to put in gram measurements. Unfortunately, I don’t have gram measurements for this recipe. But off the top of my head, I know that 1 tablespoon is 15 grams, 1 teaspoon is 5 grams, and 1/4 cup flour is around 40 grams.

  94. Chelsea says

    I’ve had this recipe bookmarked for soooome time. And now I’m kicking myself as blueberries are mega out of season. Does anything change in the recipe if I used frozen blueberries instead? Should I try thawing them overnight beforehand? I don’t often use frozen berries so just looking for a tip or two 🙂 Can’t wait to get my hands on these bad boys! My breakfast needs a little change up!!

  95. Michele M says

    SO good! I loved these. I had these pinned on pinterest and finally made them this morning. The kids devoured them! I think I will have to multiply it by 8 next time. 🙂 Six just wasn’t enough. Would that be, octruple it??

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      LOL the grammar nerd in me just had to find out!

      Single (1) (also: singleton, sole, only, etc.)
      Double (2) (also: pair, twice)
      Triple (3) (also: triplet, treble, thrice, threesome, troika, trio)
      Quadruple (4)
      Quintuple or Pentuple (5)
      Sextuple or Hextuple (6)
      Septuple (7)
      Octuple (8)
      Nonuple (9)
      Decuple (10)
      Hendecuple or Undecuple (11)
      Duodecuple (12)
      Centuple (100)

  96. Artsymama says

    My friend gave me your website and I am so grateful! I have started my family on a GMO free diet which has omitted almost every pre-packaged breakfast item on planet earth. So with three kids and a not-so-much-for-mornings mama I have been baking after dinner for the mornings. My oldest child who belongs in the picky eater hall of fame and I have been sneaking your treats on him and he is delightfully unaware of how good they are for him 🙂 !!!! I was wondering if you have ever frozen your pancakes or muffins? Some days are so crazy it would be great to have a quick, frozen yummy in reach. Thank you so much! You have made my life so much easier!!!

  97. Aundrea Moore says

    Wow, I made these this morning. I substituted unsweetened applesauce for the oil and made a blueberry compote for the topping on one (because I ran out of blueberries) and used peanut butter and sugar free syrup on the other. An amazingly delicious breakfast for less than 500 calories and I am stuffed!!! Thanks for the recipe:) I will be using your website more!

  98. Brandi says

    I made two recipes from you today, and this was the first (2nd was larabars) and they were both wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing them! I “paleofied” these bc I am eating a paleo diet. I used coconut milk (which I hate, but I couldn’t tell it was in there), no oats, and Angel’s Gluten free flour. They were so good and didn’t taste odd at all like a lot of gluten free baked goods do. I am not sure how much of that was bc of the great flour, but I bet they would have been great with any flour. My daughter asked me to make them for her birthday breakfast. 🙂

  99. Danielle says

    I usually hate pancakes, but these are my absolute favorite! I can’t wait to try your other varieties. My son (almost 2) loves them too. He ate 5 of them all by himself! Love all your recipes, thanks!

  100. Elizabeth says

    I just made these and they came out fantastic! It’s snowing outside right now, so I had to use frozen blueberries, but it was still good!

  101. Phoebe says

    I’m eating a raspberry & blueberry pancake (following your recipe) right now!! 🙂
    A silly question though.. how do you know when the pancakes are done? i just stared n poked at them without knowing :p
    i feel like my pancakes are a bit uncooked but the berries look so squashed! I’ve no idea why my berries jus smashed around while yours look so round and “in-shape”

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Not a silly question at all! I honestly just wing it, too. I’ve heard that you’re supposed to wait until they start to bubble. But sometimes my pancakes are thin and so I don’t bother to flip them at all!

        • Phoebe says

          Oops I think I was too impatient then =P
          Will try again tomorrow.
          PS. You’re right – the pancakes are filling!! I can’t even finish them all in a row

  102. Meghan says

    These are awesome! Eating them as I type 🙂 These are packed with blueberries! I would actually reduce the amount especially of if you are short on them, next time I’ll use less in them and make a compote! Today I topped with maple agave and powdered sugar. Thanks Katie!

  103. Gabrielle says

    Oh.My.Goodness. These are AMAZING. I just had them for breakfast, and I think I might need to make a second batch, they are just too delicious.

  104. Katie @wishandwhimsy says

    Hi Katie! How ironic, I had no idea it was National Blueberry Pie Day, because I just picked up some blueberries at the grocery. I haven’t done that in a long time.
    Anyway, I “liked” your page on facebook and I’d love it if you “liked” my page in return. I’m new to the blogging world. My Facebook page is and my blog is
    Wishing you the best. katie

  105. Maeghan says

    Made these today, and doubled the recipe to share with my dad….they’re fantastic!
    i don’t normally like super sweet breakfasts so these were perfect.
    Thank you for the fantastic recipe!

  106. Bobbi says

    I like to experiment with your recipes, this morning I only had a quarter cup of blueberries and a quarter cup of strawberries so I made a hybrid! Also, instead of oil I used a teaspoon of cashew butter, and used chocolate unsweetened almond milk from Almond Breeze. SO DELICIOUS. I’m tempted to make them again tomorrow! 🙂

  107. Frazz says

    These. were. AWESOME! Absolutely delicious! I made a quick compote with some leftover blueberries to top ’em off and they tasted like heaven. Thanks for the awesome recipe! (:

  108. Mary says

    Hi Katie! I only discovered your website in April, after being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. I have a bit of a sweet tooth, and just did not want to give up cookies. I came across the pancakes recipes last week!!! I live for blueberries!! I have had these 3 times in the last 4 days. I omitted the sugar completely, added a little bit of rice bran for extra fibre, and doubled the cinnamon. These little breakfast desserts have had no negative effect on my blood sugar. Thank you so much for creating these fabulous recipes, keep up the great work. When you cookbook is done, I hope it will be available to your fans in Canada!! Can’t wait for the next post!!

  109. Annie says

    After saving tons of CCK recipes over the past year, I finally tried my first one. Um, WOW. These were fantastic! Mine needed a little more almond milk to thin out enough to cook properly, and I used agave instead of sugar, but these were PERFECT with some real maple syrup and fresh blueberries on top. Thank you for the amazing vegan recipe!

  110. Monica S. says

    Made these this morning for my mama’s Bday Breakfast && they turned out awesome! I love the consistency of the batter and how thick the pancakes are. Definitely using this as a base recipe for pancakes from now on, but I’ll switch the fruit up for fun! Im thinking’ banana chocolate next time!
    Thanks for the inspiration & the awesome recipes!

  111. Courtney says

    These were great! Instead of flour, I just put oats in a blender until they reached flour consistency. I do it everytime and it works just the same, however baked goods tend to come out just a little bit denser.

  112. Kelsey says

    Katie! Made these this morning and topped with cashew butter, a drizzle of vanilla agave and unsweetened coconut. They are delicious–thanks for sharing; love your creativity! I will definitely be trying more pancake posts 🙂

  113. Sarah says

    Tried these this morning and they were sooo delicious! I drizzled mine with some natural raspberry syrup and they were gone in a flash! Thank you so much for the recipe, will definitely be making more 🙂

  114. Christy says

    Wild blueberries are my favorite and I buy them frozen whenever I can find them. I love to mix them in Vanilla Greek yogurt and add them to my smoothies.

    I just made these pancakes for the first time and used frozen wild blueberries and topped them with pure maple syrup and they were the BEST pancakes I have ever had! I also used Truvia for the sweetener and added some unflavored protein powder. My 4-year old loved that he got to lick the batter because there were no raw eggs in it! Thanks for this awesome recipe! I will be making these again (quite often I’m sure!) and can’t wait to try your other recipes!

  115. Alanna says

    I made these yesterday for brunch with my (very not vegan) dad and stepmom, and they both loved them! I tripled the recipe (and used the oil), and did a mixture of waffles and pancakes… I think I ended up with 3 waffles and 8 small (but fat!) pancakes, and topped with blueberry compote. They both thought the pancakes looked like cookies, lol. I think they worked better as pancakes since the batter was so thick and the blueberries were squished when I closed the waffle lid, but mess aside, they both tasted great. (Side note: the waffles took longer than normal to cook, and my poor waffle maker has dried purple juice all over it, haha… definitely should have cleaned it right away!)

  116. Kat says

    I’m going to make these ASAP! Is the photo considered a “single” serving, or does this only make 1 pancake?

    • Alanna says

      The photo is indeed one serving, but you’ll want to make the pancakes pretty small. (They’ll cook better that way, too.) I tripled the recipe and got 3 waffles and 8 little pancakes, so you can easily get three small pancakes from one batch. Hope that helps!

  117. Kat says

    I have to admit, I was pretty skeptical of these at first….then after I mixed everything and tasted the batter, I was in heaven!!! These are awesome…and I LOVE how fat they get. Plus, they are still a little gooey in the inside, which is even better!!!

  118. hanna says

    this is the first of your recipes that i have made. it was so quick, easy, and yummy! i just topped them with a bit of sugar free maple syrup for the perfect 4th of july breakfast. i am thinking of premixing the dry ingredients in sandwich bags to make them even more quickly before work.

  119. Mandy says

    Forgot to add sweetener once they were already cooking, but they were perfection! So delicious and surprisingly filling! maybe that was the protein from the peanut butter (my addiction) I had atop them.

  120. Jenny says

    These were amazing! I was on the hunt for a yummy simple blueberry pancake recipe and yours was perfect! I love how you always make smaller recipes so great for splitting with my toddler and not going over board with my calories. This was 2 year old approved also!!! 🙂

  121. Sarah says

    Thanks for the great recipe! I was thinking of making blueberry-chocolate chip pancakes. I wonder if that would be good? 🙂

  122. Meg says

    These are absolutely amazing! I made them for my hubby as a breakfast surprise on Monday morning and he was shocked that there were no eggs or butter in them and thought they were way better than pancake mix from a box! I also made a second batch, subbing out the blueberries with chocolate chips and subbing out the cinnamon with cocoa powder, also delicious! I absolutely love Chocolate-Covered-Katie’s recipes!

  123. Melissa George says

    Perfect timing! My kids go back to school tomorrow and this will be a perfect treat for breakfast for them! And maybe for an afterschool snack, too. Thanks for another delicious, good for you, easy recipe! You’re the best!

  124. mentalutopia says

    When blueberries are in season, I buy tons and freeze them. They’re so good straight from the freezer or mixed in yogurt!

  125. Sami says

    Can these be made with frozen blueberries? I never seem to pre plan my pancakes and I never keep fresh blueberries at home (because I can eat a pint in one sitting without thinking- haha)! Also, do you havea homemade syrup recipe that’s more liken to maple syrup??

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      I was working on a recipe awhile back for a stevia maple-type syrup. I finally abandoned it, though, because sometimes the recipe would work and sometimes it wouldn’t! Maybe someday when I find time, I’ll revisit it and experiment some more :).

  126. Beth says

    Started following you on Pinterest and I am so amazed at your unique approach to eating healthy – I am now one of your biggest fans! I made these pancakes this morning and could not believe I was able to eat what I have been forbidding myself to enjoy for years!!!! These pancakes are OUTRAGEOUSLY DELICIOUS! I omitted any sweetener in the cakes and topped with 1 T of maple syrup, which was perfectly divine. So glad I found you, Katie!!! xoxoxoxoxo and of course those are chocolate kisses

  127. Katelyn says

    I am loving your website! I am on a sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, corn free diet and I’m missing so many of the foods that I used to love! Your website has shown me that there are ways to make baked goods that fit with my lifestyle. 🙂 I tried these pancakes today and was pleasantly surprised that they turned out. I used flaxseed meal/flour, freeze-dried blueberries (because that was all I had on hand), stevia, rice milk, and the other ingredients as listed. While I was very worried that the pancakes wouldn’t stay together, they actually did (for the most part). Granted, I wouldn’t recommend making these with freeze-dried blueberries…it’s a little like making pancakes with captain crunch. They were more of an impediment than a help. 🙂 Worked out well enough. I’m sure if I keep experimenting with different flours I’ll figure out how to make mine look as lovely as yours. And perhaps I should use non-dried fruit next time! 🙂 So easy to make, and I love that this is a 1 person serving. Makes my life easier. I don’t have to deal with soo many pancakes to make before I can eat them. I’ll definitely keep looking at your recipes on here. You should make a cookbook. I’d buy it. 🙂

  128. Christy says

    these were so good and so fat! i love that theyre sungle serving too (even though i only got to eat 2 pancakes because a certain someone stole one 😐 hahaha) they were also very filling. i used coconut oil and it does make them taste like shortbread! yum!!! i like them doughy too. and yes i love blueberrys! especially in cakes, pancakes, muffins and plain. your blog is so wonderful, keep up the awesome work katie!

  129. Hannah says

    Oh, Katie, my mama and I made this with almond flour, and everything changed. It was AMAZING.

    If you make it with the almond flour, the batter gets extremely runny. We’d pour it over the pan and it would just spread out over everything and refuse to form into cakes. So we prepared it kind of like you would a scrambled egg and then poured it all into bowls, drizzling with maple syrup. It was so fantastic! The almond flour crunched up so it was almost like a dessert crumble in a bowl and we were talking about it the rest of the day.

    Try it sometime! 🙂
    The recipe itself (I remade it the proper way today) is absolutely delicious. Thank you so much!

  130. Sarah says

    hey i was just wondering what there nutritional value is?!
    im so excited to make them, you website is deadset amazing!
    all your recipes are perfection!

  131. Monica says

    I love blueberries!!! I have for breakfast every nearly every morning warmed in microwave with some fresh peaches and almond milk. Top with walnuts or almonds and some gluten free cereal! Yum!

  132. Sarah says

    Hi Katie! I tried this recipe this morning, and me and my mum LOVED them, they were SOOO good!
    Just two quick questions, when I was making them in the frying pan, I found it was really hard to get them to stay together. My mum’s pancake turned out a mess, but delicious! Any suggestions?
    Also, could I swap blueberries for bananas and/or chocolate chips? I want to make these for my sisters when they come home from university!
    Thanks Katie, I LOVE your recipes, they’re incredible.

    • Alanna says

      Maybe you had really big blueberries? I remember mine were big when I made these and I was surprised at the batter to fruit ratio. The bigger berries tended to expand and eventually pop during cooking, which might have caused the problems with yours not holding together as well. You could probably just scale back the amount of berries so you have more batter to hold everything together. But oh, what a beautiful (and delicious) blue and purple mess these make! 🙂

  133. Kelly says

    I made the recipe exact (ish). The blueberries, flour, oats, cinnamon, vanilla, sugar and milk were all to a T, but I kind of had to guess with the baking powder and salt because I didn’t have those measuring spoons.

    • Jaime says

      With whole wheat flour, skim milk, quick-cook rolled oats, and NO sugar or salt, my [rounded] breakdown was:

      Calories: 201
      Fat: 3.3 g
      Sodium: 390 mg
      Carbs: 40.5 g
      Sugar: 4 g
      Protein: 9.5 g

      I don’t count fruit in my nutritional info. I don’t think WW does either.

  134. Pam says

    These are excellent! I made them for my husband and myself this weekend. He put syrup on them but I ate them plain; they really don’t need anything on them.
    I used a combination of spelt, barley and white whole wheat flour and almond/coconut milk- they turned out perfect.

  135. Jaime says

    I made these this morning and they were awesome. The dry-to-wet ratio was off (maybe because I used skim milk…or maybe because I grew up with slightly more watery pancakes), so I added a bit of water.
    [I’v also had issues in the past with my whole wheat flour so that could be it too]

    I used half a batch for one pancake (seriously, the one made me full) and put whipped cream & some more cinnamon on it. Much more filling, tasty and HEALTHY than those box pancakes. And oh my goodness, they live up to their name:
    mmmmm pie……

    This was also the first recipe I didn’t scale down and followed almost completely. I didn’t put salt or sugar in because too much salt makes me dizzy, and I always use cinnamon to balance any tartness in fruit.

    Maybe in the future I won’t add the water and see how it goes, and/or use 1% milk instead. The best part is that I licked the whisk and IT WAS OKAY because there’s no raw egg.

    I saw that someone put that this was about 290 Calories. That sounds about right if you count the nutrition info of fruit and if you don’t use skim.

    With whole wheat flour, skim milk, quick-cook rolled oats, and NO sugar or salt, my [rounded] breakdown was:

    Calories: 201
    Fat: 3.3 g
    Sodium: 390 mg
    Carbs: 40.5 g
    Sugar: 4 g
    Protein: 9.5 g

    Katie, thank you for this. What a wonderful start to the day.

  136. Nikki says

    KAAAATTTIIIEEEE!!!! SOOO GOOD! I kind of used inspiration from this and some of your pancake recipes including oats and mashed banana, and came out with something so good I can’t believe it!
    I used 1/3 cup WW flour (not pastry), 1/4 cup quick oats, 1/2 tsp. baking powder, pinch sea salt (don’t know if the salt really made any diff), 1/2 large banana – mashed, 1/4 cup chocolate flavored unsweetened Almond breeze (I would have used plain or vanilla, but chocolate was the box I had open in the fridge), bit less than 1/2 tsp tahitian vanilla, blueberries and RASPBERRIES!!! Oh the raspberries are just the best!! They get all jammy! They were so good the only thing I would change about them was the fact that it only made 2 medium size pancakes…. and I didn’t find them particularly filling – but even so…. AMAZINGLY DELICIOUS… and the thick chewy texture, to die for…. I don’t understand the whole “fluffy” pancake thing….
    Next time I think I am going to try using shredded apple, and plan on grinding some different whole grains to make my own flour.
    And would you believe that these are the first pancakes I have eaten in about 7 years?! Crazy right! Stupid eating disorder had me so scared of all the calories in them (at least, relative to the small volume of food, when compared to what you can get in things like voluminous oats!) But I am trying to fight the fear cause I know I have to gain some weight really badly, so now I am letting myself try things like this. I still prefer to go for more volume…. this just means lots and LOTS of volume for me now!!
    Thank you sooooo much for all these recipes!! You are an oatmeal angel in my eyes!

  137. Laura says

    These look wonderful! We made a similar recipe via strawberry & banana pancakes over the weekend… our son’s favorites… and they were simply devine! To top it off from a slightly healthier but delicious aspect we spread a dollop of vanilla yogurt w/ fresh strawberries on top and this has became our staple! My hubby and I both love to cook & enjoy changing up recipes. Thanks!

  138. Melody says

    Hey Katie! Can’t wait to try these pancakes this week! Is there anyway you could come up with a Costco poppy seed muffin pancake recipe? I haven’t had one in SO long because of all the calories in them! If anyone can come up with a recipe that taste just like them, it’s you!! Hope to hear back from you!

    • Shanah says

      These were really good as per the recipe, I had them as a night time snack. I can’t wait to play around with these and see what comes of them. Well, on to the next recipe I suppose.

  139. Erika says

    Wow, why’d I take so long to find these?? They were amazing! It was like eating dessert for lunch. Thanks for a great recipe!

  140. Aubrie says

    These are the best pancakes I’ve ever tried! They didn’t need anything on top of them, they were so good plain. I doubled the recipe, used 1 Tb. coconut oil per batch, and added a flax egg (1 Tb. flax meal + 3 Tb. water, let sit for a couple of minutes then add to the rest of the wet ingredients). So divine! Thanks for the recipe!

  141. Rain says

    These turned out super liquid-y and just spread out in the pan. Not sure what went wrong, I followed the recipe…. was it supposed to be quick oats instead of rolled oats? I’m confused:(

  142. Erika says

    I make these ALL the time now (with brown rice flour). I found out if you add a mashed banana to the recipe, you don’t need the oil or the sugar (still tastes and cooks the same). 🙂

  143. TJ says

    Just made these. Delicious!! I quadruple the recipe and bake them instead of pan fry (bake at 425 for 10 min). I keep the extra in the fridge and heat them up during the week in the toaster oven. They taste amazing every time!

  144. Barb says

    made these today with sliced strawberries and bananas and truvia as substitute for sugar, (someone ate all the blueberries I had bought for this) they were a huge hit with our family, thanks for sharing this awesome recipe.

  145. Charlene says

    These sound delicious! My family would love these “fat” gems. What is the nutritional information on this recipe. Thanks!

  146. Asdfghjkl says

    I calculated and this is only 300 calories, with the ingredients I’m using! I am so shocked, these are delicious. Well done, truly.

  147. Jenny says

    So first of all I want to say I love your blog! I have made quite a few of your recipes but I make this pancake every morning! I am doing a anti-candida and anti-inflammatory diet and did a food allergy test (allergic to oats, almonds and sesame seeds for a example) so my diet is super limited right now and there are so many days I just wanted to give up and cry but I found your food blog and it was a breath of fresh air!
    I tried a few substitutions and this works the best for me, I use quinoa flour, and substitute the oats for 1 Tbsp of flaxseed meal and 1 Tbsp water and then hemp milk, no suger and they are amazing! They do take quite a while to cook but they cook all the way through and are super thick! They fill me up and keep me full till lunch which is amazing!
    So I just want to say thanks!

  148. Nausheen says

    Just made these this morning but used whole wheat flour and splenda and no oil. Turned on delicious! Thanks so much for the recipe Katie! 🙂

  149. Abby says

    I loved these pancakes! I doubled the batter to make four of them. They truly surprised me. I was not expecting them to taste so goooooddd!!! 🙂

  150. Erica says

    Oh. My. Goodness. These were SO GOOD! I even had them for dinner a few nights ago. Perfect serving size and soooo yummy!!!

  151. Tammy says

    Thanks for the recipe… it’s very adaptable!! I have made them now with blueberries, banana chunks (my fav), chopped pears and strawberries – all really yummy – no sweetener in them and I use either rice flour or oat flour works great. 🙂 I use lots of coconut to cook them and do a super low heat for longer.

  152. Gwennie says

    These pancakes were sooooo good! I subbed the white sugar for brown and just topped with plain powdered sugar and they were simply delicious! 🙂 I can’t wait to try the other pancake recipes

  153. Lini says

    everytime I make these, the inside never gets fluffy. It’s always gooey in the middle even if I cook it on low heat for a long time! Ahhh

  154. Ritu says

    Amazing! I made two versions of these – one with Buckwheat flour (for the hubby) and one with all-purpose (for me and my one year old). Everyone was a fan. I made them smaller for the kiddo (3 mini = 1 adult sized pancake)…he ate NINE of these!!! I don’t think I’ve ever seen him eat so fast! We didn’t add any sugar in either of the version and both the buckwheat ones and the all-purpose ones were delicious!

  155. Monica says

    Blueberries are the best. I have them every morning. When it’s cold out I like like to make a warm blueberry compote- just throw them in a bowl and microwave with a slice banana and add some warm nondairy milk top with sliced almonds a warm nondairy milk and granola or gf cereal.

    BUT tomorrow I’m make these bb pancakes. I’ll dream about them during my early morning run!!!

  156. Roberta says

    This has become my go to recipe for pancakes, I love them! So easy to make, vegan and delicious! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe 🙂

  157. Ashly says

    I’ve tried these loads of times but they never come out right, they don’t rise as much and don’t taste fluffy. I must be doing something wrong because all the other reviews have been positive. Maybe you can help me out, I really want to persist with this one because it seems perfect. I’ve used soy milk, olive oil, plain white flour, frozen blueberries, left out the sugar and used 3/4 tsp baking powder and followed the method to a T. It’s my first time making pancakes though so maybe my technique is off. Any chance of a video tutorial? Thanks for your blog though – I love healthy, vegan, single serve desserts.

  158. Hungry Holly ;) says

    Hi Katie! After becoming addicted to your blog I have to finally say thank you! I unknowingly tried a few of your recipes last summer (thanks to Pinterest) – the cookie dough dip and black bean brownies, yum! Now that I’ve finished my first year at the University of Michigan, I’m home again and I’ve started to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. I decided that I want to pursue dietetics, and having a HUGE sweet tooth I made it back to your site and started to try out more and more of your recipes! This has been my favorite so far – just too delicious 🙂 Thank you so so much for posting your recipes and thoughts! Always brightens my day to get an email telling me that there’s a new post to enjoy 🙂 Keep it up!

  159. Anna says

    Hey Katie! Just made pancakes, found they were way too thin, so added an egg and more gluten free flour. With those adjustments they look like they do in your photo and are delicious!

  160. Alice says

    Do you think I can sub blueberries with cubed (dunno if this word exists ^^) peach? I would love to make the pancakes with blueberries because it sound soooo good, but I can’t get hand on some that don’t come from somewhere overseas and taste like bubbles of blueish water… 🙁

  161. Joy says

    I love this recipe but I didn’t see the nutritional information for it. Can you advise on the calories?

  162. Beth says

    Just picked up 10 pounds of blueberries from a farm…will be trying these in the morning. However, with four kids, I will have to probably multiply this recipe by 10! Can’t wait for the morning!

  163. ariella says

    honestly Katie, I could eat pancakes (specifically any of yours) EVERY SINGLE DAY! i absolutely love pancakes! My favorite are your apple pie pancakes, with the blueberry close behind, Oh and I love the banana pancakes, and the chocolate chip pancakes, and the SNICKERDOODLE!!! oh gosh i love the snicker doodle! my pancakes always need a full half cup of almond milk, sometimes i even increase it up to 3/4 cup because i’d rather have four or five thinnish than two fat. but i love them so much! i memorized the recipe. I’m going to need to figure out a way how to make them the night before once school starts so i can just reheat them for breakfast. .. . tips on doing that? should i freeze them?

  164. MJ says

    These look… oh man I’m forgetting how to use my words again! Would you mind giving me the calorie count for these baby? And the apple pancakes as well? Thanks!

  165. Oli says

    I LOVE these. I woke up craving something wholesome for breakfast and was at a major loss, so I came online just to see if you had a recipe for blueberry pancakes.

    And because you’re awesome, you did, and I made it (and it took like ten minutes, leaving me plenty of time left to get ready for class), and these pancakes are DELICIOUS.

    Thank you for improving my morning!

  166. Belinda says

    Thanks for this recipe. I used a brown rice flour, goat milk and apple sauce instead of oil. My 3.5 yr old ate them up. She has lots of food allergies so to find something with no eggs, wheat, starches or butter that taste great is very tough. I made a second batch with almond and white rice flour with almond milk for my husband and I. We all loved them without any additional syrup, sugar or compote. Thank you!!!!

  167. Erin says

    Just made these for breakfast WOW. My husband loved them and I was totally addicted. Best blueberry pancakes I’ve ever made! I went with a little more milk because I don’t like them too cakey.

    • Erin says

      I also used a mix of garbanzo and millet flour and a dash of flax meal rather than oil. Perfection! I omitted the sugar but covered them in syrup and earth balance spread. YUM.

  168. Jessica says

    I love you so much!! I’ve honestly switched my eating habits around 100%. I no longer look to the fattening, high calorie, high sugar foods. Your recipes are so great and healthy it’s crazy to even think they are good for you but i’m so glad they are!! It feels I haven’t even made changes to my life! Thank you so much! You inspire me!

    • Unofficial CCK Helper says

      You can mix the dry ingredients the night before and then make the pancakes the next day. Or just make the entire pancake the night before and fridge.

  169. Valerie says

    Yum, made these for breakfast today for me and my man, added flax seeds and let the batter sit after the first ones came out a little runny, maybe because I used frozen blueberries and they released extra water while cooking. Served them with fresh whipped cream, and they were great!

  170. Kimberly says

    I’m trying to help my beanpole of a son gain some weight, and your site is giving me some ideas… so thanks! I’m wondering (after looking a many different areas of your site) do you think I could substitute Trader Joes Dried Wild Blueberries for fresh (he hates the popping sensation) and coconut cream for the milk? I’m just guessing that the cream has more calories than milk, right? Thoughts?

  171. Melody Kramer says

    Seriously delicious, and the pancakes really were massive. I’m always looking for Vegan friendly breakfast options and this one is great. Thanks so much!

  172. Christy says

    Hi Katie,
    These look so good. I stumbled upon them looking for high calorie recipes for my son. He’s sort of finickey when it comes to eating and I was thinking of trying these with him. Do you know, by chance, the calories in one of these bad boys?

    • Unofficial CCK Helper says

      See Katie’s recipe for Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes. The calorie count will be very similar to these.

  173. Chelsea says

    I just made these for my kids and I… They were delicious and my girls gobbled them up too ( that’s a good sign!)

  174. Barbara Summers says

    I made mine with quinoa flour, low carb/low fat milk and they are delish! Thanks!!!! I’m starting off my new year with these!

  175. Lindsey Brooker says

    So after the first batch of Blueberry pancakes my family and I got a little crazy with this recipe and made chocolate chip pancakes and apple pancakes! Delicious! Next weekend we are going to try banana walnut and strawberry chocolate! Thanks for this great recipe! Oh and the syrup never even came to the table!

  176. Tina says

    I made these for my family for dinner tonight and topped them with a bit of coconut whipped cream! Oh My! My husband declared them “the best pancake I’ve ever had!” My kids said they were better than IHOP 🙂 I guess that is a compliment as they usually get the sugary nasty “funny face” pancake!

  177. Jennifer says

    Thank you a million times for this recipe! I have finally found a gluten/dairy/fodmap pancake recipe that is delicious! I am so happy to have found your website and recipes and feel like I can make enjoyable food again 🙂

  178. Kayt says

    Is the nutritional value in these similar to your blueberry muffins? I couldn’t find a nutritional value link on this recipe. Also I just found your page on Pinterest, and I’m in love, I’m already planning a grocery list to make so many of these things this weekend!

  179. Tasha says

    Made these today, very yum! Used frozen cherries, defrosted them first which produced a lot of juice so I added that instead of the milk. Didn’t bother adding sugar, added half a mashed banana and used the coconut oil. Also used gluten free flour. Very tasty recipe!

    • Kyla says

      If my calculations are correct: 354 calories, 39 from fat, 4 grams of fat, 369mg sodium, 7 grams of carbs, 9 grams of fiber and 9 grams of protein. Lots of calories, but, wow!!! Look at all that fiber and protein!

  180. Emi Siplinger says

    I started making these before I noticed that our milk was about a week old so I used water instead and they turned out just fine. Just a little fragile

  181. Tiffany says

    Hi Katie,

    I made these pancakes today and they were amazing!! I used Barley flour and 1t of coconut oil and it made 3 delicious small pancakes! The blueberries were absolutely wonderful! I can’t wait to use this recipe substituting other fruit (strawberries, apples, peach, apricot, and more!) Thank you!!! xoxo

  182. Amy says

    Oh my word! These look amazing! And they taste amazing too! I seem to be doing something wrong though because I can’t get my pancakes to cook through or hold together. I did a second batch and reduced the milk but then they crumbled. Any suggestions? I used oat flour and frozen blueberries. I added coconut oil and reduced the milk by that and a little more on the second round. Help! I want mine pretty too! 🙂

    • Unofficial CCK Helper says

      The recipe does not call for oat flour. Read Katie’s FAQ page at the top of the blog, and always use the ingredients called for in a recipe if you want the correct results.

  183. Tiffany says

    Hi Katie! 🙂 I just wanted to make sure, how many hungry mouths would these pancakes fill? They look gorgeous! (not to mention delicious!)

    • Unofficial CCK Helper says

      Look up her Pineapple Pancakes recipe, which have nutrition facts, and this one will be almost exactly the same.

  184. Tatum says

    Just made these and they were delicious! Mine were very very flat. I didn’t over mix, so I’m not sure why that is. But still yummy!

  185. Angela says

    This recipe is your BEST pancake recipe yet! I don’t add the oil and I add a tablespoon of ground flax seed. MMmmmmmmmmmm….so good! Even my picky boyfriend LOVES these pancakes. (He asks me to make them every weekend!!)

  186. Erin Collard says

    I don’t see calorie counts, which I would love to see!

    I have a 6′ 112 pound kid at home recovering from a stay at the hospital and I am trying to get as many calories in him as possible.

    • Unofficial CCK Helper says

      Google search chocolate covered katie pineapple pancakes and you will find pancakes almost identical to these that have calorie counts.

  187. Lauren says

    I just made these pancakes and they were soooooo good! They didn’t hold together very well while i was flipping them, but thats probably because i am a terrible pancake flipper and i’m not patient. ; ) P.S. U R awesome!

  188. Emily says

    After eyeing this recipe for a while now, I finally made them. And I have to say… THEY ARE THE BEST PANCAKE I’VE EVER HAD! EVER! not joking. I think next time I’ll double the recipe (and yes I would eat the whole thing). Oh man…so good. Katie, you’ve done it again! (And probably will continue doing it again, again, and again)

  189. Abbie broeder says

    I was SO excited to see your Bluebeery Pancake post in Instagram this afternoon because I ACTUALLY have blueberries so this delicious dream can come true! I would be so thrilled if you would like me on facebook and/or Instagram too! My name is Abigail Jean (facebook) and abbiebroeder (Instagram).

    It would mean a lot to me, I love your site and recipes!

  190. G says

    Just tried these (like, I literally just put my plate in the sink) and can I just say…you have outdone yourself this time. The second I finished I was legitimately tempted to go back and make two more. Didn’t use oil, and can’t imagine them any other way. Awesome recipe!

  191. Erika Herman says

    OMG these were phenomenal! I am in love! Tried a different recipe last week that FLOPPED! So I was going to cry if these were not good! SOOOOOOOO happy right now! Topped them with a little powdered sugar and agave nectar! Even my non-paleo husband thought they were good! THANK YOU for sharing!

  192. Laurel says

    I made these for myself and my 2 and 4 year old children. The recipe made 5 two bite pancakes. Both children could have easily eaten 3. So next time I will at least triple the recipe. I always like having leftovers to reheat for snacks. They had an intense blueberry flavor, much like real blueberry pie!

  193. Casey says

    I used Trim Healthy Mama baking blend instead of flour so I’m assuming that had something to do with it. Do you know what i could do next time to make them better? Maybe add an egg?

  194. Niki says

    do you think these would work using oat flour? I think I will give them a try… maybe subbing apple sauce or yogurt for the oil…

    They look amazing.

  195. Laura says

    Among my most favorite things is blueberry pancakes. They are a Sunday treat. I made these yesterday and they were extra yummy. Definitely will make them again and again.

  196. Meredith says

    I’m making these for the second time in one week! Strawberries instead of blueberries though. They’re delicious! And I opted for fat-free, and they are perfect. Thanks for this recipe!

  197. Karen says

    I was in the mood for pancakes and since I adore blueberries, this looked perfect. Unfortunately I was short on the blueberries. I DID have some blackberries on hand, so I crushed them, a la your vanilla blackberry muffin recipe, and stirred them in. My pancakes didn’t come out as fat as yours (not sure what I did wrong) but OH. MY. GOODNESS. They were sooooo good. Probably even better than pie. YUM! Thanks, Katie!

  198. Angie says

    Breakfast is my favorite meal. Each of your breakfast recipes look so good. But then I saw the fluffy blueberry pancakes. I can’t wait to make them!!

  199. stephanie says

    i made these over the weekend and OH. MY. GOSH. i truly got the blueberry pie vibe over just regular blueberry pancakes! one of the best breakfasts ive ever made!

  200. Diana G says

    These are my FAVORITE pancakes ever! I make them literally every weekend! This weekend, I wanted pumpkin pancakes so, I just switched out the blueberries with around 1/3 cup pumpkin purée and added 1/2 tsp. of pumpkin spice…they were so delicious! Your recipes are my favorite!! Love the way everything taste and I know I’m eating healthy!

  201. Macy says

    I used more oats instead of the flour and they cake out delicious! I love how they turned out! Your recipes are by far one of my absolute favorites ❤️

  202. Blanca says

    Had to guesstimate 2/3 teaspoon, only had 1/2 the amount of gf flour so mixed it with oat flour to make up the rest, used coconut sugar & cashew milk & used 1/2 the amount of blueberries and the rest chocolate chips…a bit of trouble flipping them at first but WOW! Rich and fluffy Served with frozen cool whip! Satisfied a week’s worth of sweet “teeth”!!! Thanks so much! Texas Treat Deeeelish!

  203. Jillian A Mills says

    Hey Katie,
    I used to make these (and the strawberry ones) all the time. I’d even make a big batch, fry then up and freeze them. Now, not matter what I do, they glue themselves to the pan. I’ve tired raising/lowering the heat, you name it. I have a Green Pan and am using avocado oil. GLUED! Ugh. I am throwing 4 batches in the trash. The only thing I am doing different is the spelt I’m using is sprouted. I wouldn’t think that would do it. Any suggestions?

  204. Amanda says

    These were good. However, the recipe doesn’t make much. Only three medium size pancakes that my 4 year old and 10 month old devoured and left none for me! I will make again, but tripple the recipe.

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