It’s Blueberry Pancake Day!

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Today, January 28th, is National Blueberry Pancake Day!  Both of the boys LOVE pancakes and if there are blueberries in the pancakes, they love them all the more! Captain & Baby D will eat pancakes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or snack, so when I do fix pancakes, I like to fix a big batch enough for now and later.  Pancakes freeze easily and warm up quickly in the microwave.

Some people may prefer blueberry syrup or just butter with their blueberry pancakes, but we like our blueberry pancakes with syrup.  If you're looking for a yummy recipe for blueberry pancakes, try Driscoll's Lemon Ricotta Blueberry Pancakes or Gluten Free Blueberry Pancakes.  Or, try this Whole Wheat Pumpkin Pancakes recipe and throw some yummy fresh blueberries in!  But if you're looking for a yummy, old-fashioned pancake recipe, try this easy pancake recipe from Parent Palace OR buy some organic buckwheat buttermilk pancake mix.

 A fun idea would be to make your blueberry pancakes in these heart-shaped pancake rings.  I prefer to cook my pancakes, six at a time on a griddle similar to this cast-iron griddle.  It saves time and makes for less chaos…well, as long as I can stand and give all of my attention to the pancakes!

Will you be making blueberry pancakes today to celebrate National Blueberry Pancake Day?  Do you have a great recipe to share?

 

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Gena is the mom of three boys, ages 5, 3, and brand new! She is the wife of a great man, a Christian, blogger, and former kindergarten teacher turned stay-at-home mom. They live in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth, Texas area.

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