These soft and fluffy vegan blueberry pancakes taste like they came straight from a diner, and the healthy breakfast recipe is super easy to make at home in your kitchen!
Healthy Breakfast Blueberry Pancake Recipe
If you like blueberry muffins, you will LOVE these ultra thick vegan blueberry pancakes.
This pancake recipe will not yield sad and deflated pancakes.
These puffy cloud-like pancakes are HUGE, and each bite will melt in your mouth.
Also try this breakfast Vegan Lemon Bread
Easy Vegan Blueberry Pancakes
The pancakes are a healthy choice for breakfast that’s great for meal prep and makes every morning feel like a Sunday.
They are perfectly plump, bursting with fresh blueberries in each and every bite.
Top them with maple syrup or coconut butter. Or eat the egg free blueberry pancakes plain or with extra blueberries on top – these are good no matter how you serve them!
Leftover blueberries? Make Overnight Oats
The recipe is also great if you need a Father’s Day breakfast that kids can help prepare.
My dad was always the one who made pancakes for us every Sunday when we were growing up, so I wanted to turn the tables a few weeks ago when he was visiting.
Although my vegan pancakes did not magically transform into cute shapes or letters like the ones he always made for us did (because I am not as cool as he is), they tasted delicious nonetheless.
I added the optional lemon zest because lemon is his favorite flavor.
Vegan Blueberry Pancake Ingredients
Fresh or frozen blueberries are fine to use. As with my Blueberry Baked Donuts, just thaw the berries first and pat off the extra water if using frozen berries.
The recipe has been tested successfully with spelt flour, white all purpose flour, gluten free all purpose, and oat flour. Feel free to experiment with others, and be sure to reply here with your results, either good or bad, to help other readers.
If you are looking for a pancake recipe with almond flour, try these Keto Pancakes.
How To Make Blueberry Pancakes
To make the blueberry pancake recipe, combine all ingredients except the berries in a bowl. For fluffiest pancakes, I like to let this batter sit 10 minutes, but it’s not required.
You can either stir the blueberries into the batter right before cooking, or place them into each pancake after the pancakes go onto the skillet (my preferred method, because then the berries don’t turn the batter purple).
Leftover pancakes can be frozen for a later date, or the batter can also be made up and refrigerated the night before to save time.
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Vegan Blueberry Pancakes
- 1 cup flour (or try these Flourless Pancakes)
- 6 tbsp rolled oats
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- 2 1/2 tsp baking powder, and 1/4 tsp baking soda
- 1/4 tsp + 1/8 tsp salt
- 1 cup milk of choice
- 2 tbsp oil OR additional milk of choice
- 1 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
- 1 tsp white or cider vinegar
- 3 tbsp pure maple syrup OR stevia equivalent
- fresh or frozen blueberries (1-2 cups)
- optional, feel free to add a little orange or lemon zest if desired
- I’ve made the recipe with spelt, white, gf all purpose, and oat flour. Feel free to experiment with others, and be sure to report back for other readers with results if you do!Combine all dry ingredients in a bowl, then stir in all remaining ingredients except berries. For fluffiest results, I recommend letting this batter sit and thicken 10 minutes. If thinner pancakes are desired, add a little extra milk of choice (sometimes needed especially if using white flour). Grease a nonstick skillet. Heat on medium. When pan is hot (test by adding a droplet of water to the pan – if it sizzles, it’s ready), drop small ladles of batter and press down. Don’t make them too big or they will be done on the edges before the centers cook. Place berries onto each pancake. With a spatula, flip when the edges begin to look dry. Let cook for an additional minute or so before removing from the heat. To prevent sticking, re-grease the skillet after each set of pancakes. The batter can be made the night before if desired, or leftover pancakes can also be frozen to eat later.View Nutrition Facts
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