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The White Pig Blueberry Pancakes

This recipe is adaptable to a variety of dietary needs, says White Pig proprietor Dina Brigish: you can substitute spelt or gluten-free flour, or use oat or almond milk in place of soymilk. At the B&B, these pancakes come to you hot off the griddle following a first-course soy yogurt parfait. Serve with pure maple syrup.

Ingredients: 

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2 cups all-purpose flour
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6 Tbs. Sucanat natural cane sugar
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2 Tbs. nonaluminum baking powder, such as Rumford
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ΒΌ tsp. salt
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2 cups unsweetened soymilk
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2 cups blueberries

Instructions: 

1. Whisk together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in large bowl. Slowly whisk in soymilk, adding more, if necessary, for a smooth, spreadable batter.

2. Coat large skillet or griddle with cooking spray, and heat over medium heat. Scoop 1/4 cup batter into hot pan, and sprinkle with 2 Tbs. blueberries. Cook 3 to 4 minutes, or until batter begins to bubble and pancake edges start to brown. Flip, and cook 2 to 3 minutes more, or until cooked through and browned on both sides. Repeat with remaining batter and blueberries.

Nutrition Information: 

Calories: 
259
Protein: 
9 g
Total Fat: 
2 g
Saturated Fat: 
1 g
Carbohydrates: 
54 g
Cholesterol: 
0 mg
Sodium: 
588 mg
Fiber: 
2 g
Sugar: 
14 g
Yield: 
Serves 6

Comments on this Recipe

I used all whole wheat flour and added some lemon zest. Still nice and fluffy.

truly amazing! and easy!

I agree! These are absolutely delicious. I didn't have enough flour, so I added some bran to make the batter thicker - I really recommend this, cause it gave the pancakes a nutty taste. Thaks for the recipe!

I just followed this recipe except for the soy milk, I actually used rice milk and honey and the result was an amazing breakfast! The most delicious vegetarian pancakes I ever had with my morning coffee! Thank you so much for sharing this simple but sweet recipe Dina.

I would also like to add that for me one cup of milk is more than enough and cinnamon goes well with this recipe too.

These are the best tasting pancakes ever! And they are EASY TO MAKE!! I omitted blueberries and substituted regular soymilk for chocolate soymilk, cutting the sugar down to 4 Tbs. to compensate, and my son wants them all the time! We froze some for quick breakfasts!

My husband and sons hate all things healthy, so I failed to mention these were natural and vegan. They LOVED them!! I used Almond Milk and they turned out perfect!

I made these and added crushed pineapple and coconut. YUM!

made these today - AMAZING! but don't let them cook too long on the one side, or else they get kind of crumpet-y...otherwise, DELICIOUS!!

These are my favorite go to pancakes! Instead of adding the blueberries in the batter, I make a berry sauce for the top with frozen berries and agave nectar that I reduce in a pan. I also add crushed walnuts and cinnamon..yum!!

Was craving pancakes yesterday and made them this morning. Yummy! Rich, flavorful and juicy blueberries made for the perfect breakfast.

Update: this recipe has become a staple in my house. I even tried them with ripe kiwi fruit instead of blueberries - still delicious. Today I tried them using 1/2 cup coconut flour and 1 and a 1/2 cups wheat flour and dried apricots and walnuts - still delicious (except the batter is a bit thicker than usual). You cannot go wrong with this recipe!

Very good pancakes. They convinced even my skeptical husband that vegan pancakes could be delicious. I used almond milk and whizzed it in the blender with a couple ounces of silken tofu before adding to the flour. I also added a bit of vanilla. They are light and fluffy and definitely a keeper. And so easy, too!

I am fond of american pancakes and these are particulary delicious Thanks for your for-off recipes and love in yoga

I use vanilla soy milk which gives it a good flavor, chopped, toasted walnuts and the blueberries. Very good. I also occasionally use a frozen mixed berry reduction over the top of the pancakes as someone mentioned before. That is better than Maple Syrup for my husband who is diabetic. Makes a great topping. We love these!

I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but my pancakes stick to the pan like nothing else. I don't have cooking spray, but I first used vegetable oil and when that didn't do the jog I tried margarine. What gives?

i used almond milk instead of soy and agave instead of sugar..i also added some flax meal and some oats to the batter..it was yummy! :)

Can't wait to try this recipe myself!!! I was lucky enough to sample some of Dina's delicious cooking at The White Pig b&b<3 My boyfriend and I had an amazing time there. It was so lovely, from hiking in the woods, relaxing on the front porch swing and also getting to meet all of her wonderful rescued pigs, horses, pups and all of the other memebers of this beautiful haven!!!I highly recommend a getaway to her beautiful country side retreat, to everyone!!!

Why white flour?

These are truly amazing pancakes. I used normal milk and no blueberries and they were simply PERFECT!!!!

Won't eat white flour

This recipe was DELICIOUS! I used vanilla almond milk instead of soy milk, and it was a huge success, and it cut down on the sugar necessary for the recipe. My nephew, who is allergic to eggs, loves these! Great with strawberries instead of blueberries too!

Can I make these into waffles? My mom is requesting blueberry waffles for Mother's Day and I would love to use this recipe, or some variation of it. Thanks!

How many pancakes is a serving?

I replaced the flour with unbleached all purpose and used original almond milk and they were amazing tasting.

These pancakes are awesome, but definitely reduce the sugar. It is not necessary if you are going to use syrup anyway, and soymilk is already so sweet.

We've tried lots of vegan pancakes. These are the best. We use 1/2 WW Pastry flour &amp; 1/2 white.

the best pancake recipe HANDS DOWN! i halved the recipe and added in 2/3 of the blueberries while cooking then topped the finished pancakes with the 1/3 fresh berries! warm maple syrup = perfection!

I made these with einkorn flour and almond milk....heavenly!

hmm, looks and sounds yummy. Now I know what I'm having for breakfast. Thanks for an idea.

Made them with what I had on hand -- bread flour, soymilk, and blueberries that had been in the freezer a bit too long. Really delicious, but I think you can easily cut the sugar down to 5 tbsp or maybe 4 1/2 if you use soymilk.

Really 2 tablespoons baking powder or just 2 teaspoons?

Can't wait to try!

Sounds great!

I need these but didn't use anything the original recipe calls for. Delicious!

These were so yummy and so simple! I made them with buckwheat flour and oat milk and a little less sugar. Also added a bit of flax seed meal. Total yum!

I make these all the time. They are so good. I make them exactly like the recipe says. They are very light and fluffy. I slather on just a small amount of Earth Balance and maple syrup while they are still hot off the griddle. My whole family loves these and no one else in my family is vegan. Enjoy!

My husband and I absolutely love these pancakes! We have made them countless times and the only change we make is to add a splash of pure vanilla extract. Thank you so much for this wonderful recipe!!

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