Blueberry and Lemon


If you are hungry and haven’t had a good meal in a few hours…

You don’t want to read this blog!

You have been warned!

Tonight I made a new recipe. It’s not anything out of this world or dramatic in appearance.

They just came out so good that I had to share them!Β 

They are….


Blueberry and Lemon Pancakes!


1 3/4 cups All Purpose Flour

1/4 Salt

1 tablespoon heaping Baking Powder

1/3 cups Sugar

1 1/2 cups Milk

1 Lemon (juice and zest)

1 large Egg

1 1/2 teaspoons Vanilla

2 tablespoons melted Butter

1 pint of Blueberries


Heat your griddle or skillet to medium.

In a large bowl, mix your dry ingredients (not blueberries). In a separate bowl, mix your wet ingredients (not blueberries). After mixing, add your wet ingredients to you dry ingredients. Mix until smooth, but may have a few limps in it. You want it thick as a normal pancake batter. If it looks too thin, add a little more flour. If it looks to thick, add a little milk. Once you have the batter right, add blueberries and gently stir them. Don’t over mix or you will break open your blueberries.


Grease you griddle or skillet with butter or cooking spray. Using a ladle, pour onto you cooking surface. Remember to leave enough space for them to spread out.


You will know when to flip them when you see small bubbles forming around the edges. You can peak too to see if they are golden brown. Flip and cook until golden brown on the other side.

Serve warm with Butter and Maple Syrup.

Next time I make these, I am going to use a Blueberry and Strawberry Compote instead of syrup. But you can see from the pictures… butter and syrup worked nicely too!



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67 thoughts on “Blueberry and Lemon

  1. Jueseppi B. says:

    Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat.Comβ„’ and commented:
    Oh God.

  2. seniorhiker says:

    I think I know what we’re going to fix for breakfast.

  3. terry1954 says:

    I will be right there!!! LOL

  4. vanbraman says:

    Since I had a big steak at an Argentinian restaurant early tonight, I decided it was safe to click on the post. They look really good. I may just have to have pancakes in the morning.

  5. Mmmmm…those look melt-in-your-mouth. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  6. Reblogged this on wahyumahbubah and commented:
    I dont want to read this blog #sighh
    (huaaaaaaaaaaa want it want it want it . . .)

  7. tommiaw says:

    I know what my weekend brunch menu will include! (smile)

  8. dawnspitfire says:

    Looks awesome…really!!!
    Love your food pics too. Food, IMHO, can look sooo beautiful or like a work of art, rather the most simple or small to the big/feast or elaborate Michelin Star.
    I’m wanting to eat those pancakes right thru the screen, lol
    BTW, I do try out different toppings (as in fruit,’freshly” homemade syrups like blueberry…after collecting them in the woods near cabin (Lake Huron ….however, that said – a good pure MAPLE syrup and (real of course) BUTTER…can NOT go wrong!

  9. Beth says:

    If I had some blueberries, I would be making this right now!

  10. John says:

    Awesomely delishusss!!!!

  11. Nice post! I have really enjoyed the article and thanks for such informative and interesting post. Great job, Keep it up.

  12. Best thing is you can use the basic recipe and mix up the fruit. (I use apple chunks instead of blueberries and lemon, and serve with apple cinnamon syrup)

  13. Mm those pancakes look so plump and delicious! Thanks for stopping by my blog! =)

  14. Sandy Allen says:

    I am going to have to reblog this. Those look amazing. Lemon is my absolute favorite flavor. And blueberries just make it even better.

  15. Sandy Allen says:

    Reblogged this on Somewhere in the Sand and commented:
    This sounds better than any pancake I’ve ever had. Lemon and blueberries. How amazing is that?

  16. Jenn says:

    You warned me but it didn’t stop me. Now I want pancakes for lunch. It was the dripping syrup that did me in! Well played my friend, well played!

  17. dcwisdom says:

    Oh.My.Goodness…I love lemon and blueberries. Will give these a try this weekend. Thanks for posting.

  18. Holy smokes! THESE LOOK AMAZING! Lemon is favourite of all time. Thank you for sharing!

  19. Patty B says:

    Good thing I just ate my lunch!! LOL I love pancakes and these look great. Will have to try it for the family one Sat morning.

  20. jwcwong says:

    MYGOD.. I keep using the Aunt Jemima pancake mix and never achieved the fluffiness and thickness! what went wrong?!

    • What went wrong? … You stared with a box. No serious, these are just as easy as any box mix. The difference is the baking powder in the recipe. Give these a try and you will see yours look just as thick and fluffy. Promise!

  21. David says:

    Mmmm … pancakes. πŸ™‚

  22. Ancientfoods says:

    Looks good, I’ll have to try them.

  23. edgar62 says:

    Lovely, but for this place – expensive – ALL berries are expensive here in South Australia. However, that said, I will still give them a go.

  24. Liz says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog and for liking my post. The pancakes look yummy!

  25. Beautiful. And, I love your griddle. Dianne

  26. These pancakes look phenomenal! So thick and fluffy, like how a perfect pancake should be. And the photos with the syrup and melted butter dripping down the sides are making my stomach growl!

  27. wahan31 says:

    hmmmmm yummy.. i want it 😦

  28. pdlyons says:

    Reblogged this on Pdlyons's Weblog.

  29. Iamrcc says:

    Well, I just finished breakfast before reading this, but it did not stop my mouth from watering. Thanks for the like of my Weekly Photo Challenge post representing “Future Tense”.

  30. Jack Curtis says:

    Hmnn… James Madison never dreamed of such dining when he lived at Belle Grove. If any of the aromas reach him, he might show up some time for dinner!

  31. pstpierre says:

    The recipe sounds great for the pancakes.

    Love the addition of the dog to the blog.

    Thanks again for stopping by.

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