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The Ultimate Blueberry Pancakes (they’re healthier too!)

I am resharing this post from my old website after receiving a lot of requests for this recipe. I had no idea it was such a hit!

This was one of the first blog posts I ever wrote. It’s funny to see in these photos just how much has changed in my life: My kitchen counters are no longer black (and neither are my nails)!! But this recipe is still a favorite, so I am happy to post this again for everyone who was missing it!


I came up with this recipe after experimenting with MANY many others, but I honestly can’t imagine a better blueberry pancake, no joke.

SIDE NOTE: We are always substituting healthy alternatives in our house. We don’t really use any dairy, so you’ll notice this recipe calls for almond milk but you could use regular, and it’s garnished with what looks like butter but it’s really Organic Smart Balance (I swear by this stuff!). Just do what works for you!

3/4 cup all purpose flour

1/4 cup coconut flour

2 tablespoons brown sugar

2 tablespoons baking powder

3/4 teaspoon salt

1 1/2 cups quick cooking oats

2 cups almond milk

3 eggs

1/2 cup olive oil

1/2 cup organic blueberries

Grade A Pure Maple Syrup (say it with me, “Goodbye Aunt Jemima!”)

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Preheat a lightly oiled griddle to Medium heat (or about 375°).

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In a large bowl, mix the flours, brown sugar, baking powder and salt. In a separate bowl, combine the milk and oatmeal. Then add the egg and olive oil and mix with a spoon. Add the wet ingredients to the dry, making sure to mix well. Finally, gently fold the blueberries into the batter.

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Next, spoon 1/4 cup ladles of batter onto your griddle. Because of the oatmeal, your batter will probably be a little thicker than regular pancake batter. That’s ok! But if it’s so thick that it isn’t spreading when it hits the griddle, you should add a little extra milk.


When you start to see little bubbles appear on the top side of your pancakes, it’s time to flip them (generally after 1-2 minutes).



Give them another minute or so on the other side and then serve them right away with butter (or Organic Smart Balance) and real maple syrup (that fake stuff is literally just corn syrup guys!!).

You can read about the health benefits of maple syrup here <<<

How did your pancakes come out? Do you have a delish pancake recipe!? Let me know below!



  • Looks amazing! Will have to try and thanks for the maple syrup info. I love healthier choices and pancakes! 😉

  • Yum! Going to try this! – Cape Town, South Africa

  • Love this! Mama from Omaha

  • Will definately try this! I ❤️ Almond milk and blueberries. Just bought that butter at the grocery store this weekend! Can’t wait to try this!

  • Thanks for the recipe & the tip on the syrup will have to try this for my family, looks very yummy.

  • You should look at two peas and their pod website has great simple,healthy recipes by couple who just love to cook

  • Just tried it!!!!!! So good. Although, they did not come out as nice as yours did LOL. Thanks for the recipe!

  • Thank you for sharing!
    Could you include nutritional values for your recipe post’s?

  • Super cute! Love your ideas on keeping things super healthy and beneficial.

  • You should try this flourless recipe: 2 eggs, 1 ripe banana, 1/8 teaspoon baking powder, 2 tablespoons pb2 or 1 tablespoon nutbutter, 1 packet stevia. Add some cinnamon in if you want (I do!) And you must let me know if you guys try it 🙂


  • Thanks for sharing!! Xxxx
    From Quebec, Canada

  • Amazing recipe! Everyone loved them! But what are the nutritional facts for this recipe do you know? Calories fat etc. I want to make these more regularly but don’t want to over indulge.

  • This is my first time looking at your blog, I follow you on IG and wanted to check it out. I love it!
    My one comment is I do find the font you have chosen is hard to read. I dont know if anyone else has noticed it but may be something to look at 🙂

    Keep up the great work with your blog girl!

  • Just tried them, and they are delicious! Thank you for sharing your recipes! Keep them coming! 🙂

  • What can u use instead of white flour?

  • I made these yesterday and they were so good! I refrigerated the extra batter and made some this morning, they were even better!

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