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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Blueberry Oatmeal Pancakes #FoodieExtravaganza


   Man oh man, it has been a little while since I had a chance to post with the folks of Foodie Extravaganza.  A combination of themes that I didn't have any super great recipes for and being way too busy for my own good got in the way.  But when I saw this month's theme was pancakes I knew I had to jump in!  We love pancakes! There are so many delicious things you can do with them too.  I can't wait to see what everyone made.

    Jax isn't too picky or refined when it comes to his pancakes.  A regular old flapjack with a little syrup drizzled on top will do him fine.  Sometimes he wants them cut so he can eat them with a fork, but most of the time he just folds them in half and eats them like a taco.  There is something so simple and delicious about a pancake like that.  The problem is I've already shared my family's favorite pancake recipe and folding them like a taco isn't exactly groundbreaking enough to turn it into it's own post!

      Sometimes I try to sneak a bit of nutrition into Jax's favorite foods.  That is what happened with my Healthy Whole Grain Banana Pancakes and they are a new favorite too.  So I took that idea and changed the fruit to blueberry.  These pancakes are full of yummy stuff!  There is plenty of oatmeal, yogurt and fruit to make you feel good about your breakfast!

       These would be great drizzled with some blueberry syrup and I thought about making some, but in the end butter and syrup won out.  Though there were plenty that were eaten straight off the griddle with nothing between us and the pancakes but our hot little fingers!



Blueberry Oatmeal Pancakes

Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups oatmeal (instant or old fashioned)
1 cup flour
2 T sugar
pinch of salt
1 1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp baking powder
2 eggs
1 cup buttermilk
1 cup plain yogurt
1 cup blueberries, fresh or defrosted.


  1. Preheat skillet over medium heat or set your electric skillet to 350F. 
  2. In a mixing bowl, stir together the dry ingredients.
  3. Quickly beat the eggs into the buttermilk and add eggs, buttermilk and yogurt to dry ingredients.
  4. Drop 1/4 cup of batter at a time onto greased preheated pan.
  5. Sprinkle with a few blueberries. 
  6. Flip after about a minute to minute and a half, or when bottom is golden brown. Remove from pan after about another minute or when both sides are golden the the pancakes is cooked through.
  7. You can hold them in a warm oven (about 225 F) while you finish the batch.  Otherwise eat immediately.
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See more pancake ideas for this month's Foodie Extravaganza below, hosted by Caroline of Caroline's Cooking. If you are a blogger and would like to join our group and blog along with us, come join our Facebook page Foodie Extravaganza. We would love to have you! If you’re a spectator looking for delicious tid-bits check out our Foodie Extravaganza Pinterest Board! Looking for our previous parties? Check them out HERE.
Blueberry Oatmeal Pancakes by Cooking With Carlee



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    44 comments:

    1. I love the addition of yogurt and oatmeal to these pancakes

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      1. They really give them a good texture and flavor! Thanks, Wendy!

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    2. Oh those look so FLUFFY!! I adore blueberry stuffed pancakes. These sound fantastic.

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      1. Thanks! They are nice and thick so they can handle fat old blueberries! I love thick fluffy pancakes.

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    3. Great choices Carlee!! Blueberries are a family favorite!! Stumbled!

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      1. Thanks, Elaine! I've been on a bit of a blueberry bender this summer ;-) I think my family will be glad to move into apples and pumpkin!

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    4. Fluffy blueberry goodness and my morning will be complete!! I too love the addition of the yogurt!! I think I should make these when all the boys are home.

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      1. They would be a perfect way to welcome them home! Thanks, Andrea!

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    5. Love these blueberry pancakes, delicious and perfect for breakfast.

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    6. I love the texture oatmeal adds to pancakes!

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      1. Me too! Plus it feels more nutritious too!

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    7. I love this recipe! I can eat pancakes, guilt-free with all that good stuff in there! YUM!

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    8. Hello Carlee, oh I definitely want to try making these pancakes. We love pancakes here and I usually make a huge batch to freeze too. Thanks for the recipe. Enjoy the rest of the week and weekend.
      Julie xo

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      1. What a great idea. We've never had enough leftover to freeze ;-) Thanks, Julie!

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    9. Great Pancakes, Carlee! I just love the blueberries and oatmeal combination. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
      Miz Helen

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      1. Thanks, Miz Helen! They were definitely a delicious breakfast treat. Have a wonderful weekend!

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    10. I keep forgetting about the foodie extravaganza!! But these pancakes look amazing and I like the healthy oatmeal in there!

      Mollie

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      1. I used to be so good at participating, but for whatever reason it has been harder for me to fit it in lately. I am so glad I was able to get the post done for it this month. Plus it was a perfect excuse to whip up some delicious pancakes!

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    11. These sound so great and more nutritious than regular pancakes. The perfect addition to this month's Foodie Extravaganza!

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      1. Thank you so much, Kathleen! I have a strange habit of adding yogurt and oatmeal to almost anything I think I can get away with it in. Luckily it really works in pancakes!

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    12. Carlee you have some yummy recipes. Are you going to come share with us again at Family Joy Blog link-up again? Please do! http://pursueyourproject.com/family-joy-blog-link-34/

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      1. Thank you so much! And I'd love to party with you again. I'm headed over!

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    13. Yum. This would be a great change for the plain pancakes we eat at our house. I will have to try this. Hope to see you at Family Joy Blog Link Up party this week. Link up here http://thinking-outside-the-pot.com/?p=2942

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      1. We love shaking up our pancakes, especially if we can add a bit of nutrition. Thank you!

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    14. The recipe calls for 1 cup plain yogurt. Is that one measuring cup or one purchased cup of yogurt that is usually 5-6 oz. by weight?

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      1. 1 cup measured, 8 oz. Sorry for the confusion! I tend to use plain yogurt frequently in recipes, so I buy the big tub and keep it on hand.

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    15. You had to know that this recipe would kill me! I have dinner on the stove, a nice shrimp, sausage, smoked sausage concoction with beans and other stuff, and I was so looking forward to it, it smelled so good cooking. But now I want pancakes! I am really in love with the fact that there is so little flour, I will be able to switch out my gluten free baking mix and I have an entire bag of GF oats in the pantry. I was waiting for something good to do with them, and this is it! These sound so delish! I have a new item to add to my addiction! YUM!

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      1. Oh man, don't give up on the shrimp. There will be plenty of time for pancakes tomorrow ;-) I hope your dinner was wonderful!

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    16. Yum! Love that you added in some blueberries and oatmeal. Perfect way to start the day!

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    17. These sound so good! Great way to start the day!

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      1. Thank you! I think so too, a bit heartier and more nutritious than your normal pancake!

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    18. Healthy as well as delicious pancakes, perfect with a cup of coffee.

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      1. That's right! A great way to start the day. Thank you!

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    19. Oh, yum! I can't stop thinking about these pancakes ever since I saw your recipe. Thank you for sharing on Family Joy Blog Link-Up Party this week.

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      1. Ha, thanks! It's hard to go wrong with pancakes!! thanks so much for hosting!

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    20. I love putting oats in my pancakes, too. And blueberries are a huge hit. Glad you joined us this month!

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      1. It had been too long, so it was fun to join up this month! Thanks!

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    21. Sounds delicious! YUM!

      I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

      Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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