FlapJacked Pancake Recipe: Blueberry Muffin Top Pancakes

Because no one likes the bottom of a muffin.

I love anything vanilla blueberry: cakes, loaves, cookies, plus blueberry muffins are hands down my favorite type of muffins EVER. They’re sweet, moist, fluffy and bursting with tarty juice from the blueberries!

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Even though it’s November, probably the coldest month of the year so far, I still will find ways to enjoy them, whether in warm oatmeal, mashed in a jam for a PB&J sweet potato sandwich, or of course, in these toasty pancakes! For this recipe, I used the Flapjacked Buttermilk Pancake Mix because it is so convenient, high in protein, high in fiber, made with completely wholesome and nutritious ingredients and absolutely delicious and versatile. You can check out my full review here along with a cinnamony peanut waffle recipe attached to it!

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Also, what are your thoughts on how you add in blueberries? I personally prefer to stir them into the batter, but some people tell me I’m wrong and put in the additions after they spoon in some of the batter onto the pan. That just doesn’t do it for me! I find it so much easier to just add them into the batter!

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I actually brought this to school with me and topped the pancakes with more fruit and lots of PB2. I’m addicted to this combo!

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RECIPE

  • 1/2 cup FlapJacked Buttermilk mix
  • 1 tsp Stevia
  • 2 TBSP coconut flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla bean powder or 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • 1/4 cup blueberries (or more!)
  • A little less than 3/4 cup of water or dairy free milk
  • Opt: coconut shreds, peanut flour, chocolate chips, nuts, seeds, etc.

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PROCEDURE

  1. Mix all dry ingredients in a bowl.
  2. Slowly add in liquid and stir until you reach the desired consistency.
  3. Fold in your blueberries until even.
  4. Heat a griddle or nonstick pan on low-medium heat and spray if it is nonstick.
  5. Add 3-4 TBSP batter per pancake and flip accordingly, when the edges solidify.
  6. Serve with toppings right away or in a to-go container.

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What is your favorite type of muffin? Do you put stir your add-ins in the batter or add them after putting batter on the pan?


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