Only 4 ingredients needed to make this easy Bisquick Blueberry Pancakes!! Super fluffy blueberry pancakes are worth waking up for!
When fresh blueberries came into season, we always made homemade pancakes with round berries cooked into it. This classic fruit has an unmistakable sweet and slightly tart flavor which makes a perfect complement to Bisquick pancakes.
Blackstone Blueberry Pancakes
Making good pancakes should not be difficult or complicated. When using a Blackstone Griddle, you can make a whole batch of blueberry pancakes in about 15 minutes.
And your whole family can eat at once, no waiting for pancakes to come off the griddle! Pancakes on Blackstone Griddle are absolutely delicious!!
This pancake is simple and easy to prepare so it is well worth it. These best Blueberry Pancakes make perfect weekend breakfasts and brunches!
Get the kids involved in making pancakes! Particularly when juicy warm blueberries fill your mouth with tasty goodness.
We use blueberries along with our favorite pancake recipe, so you could enjoy an easy heavenly breakfast!
With golden-brown crispy edges, a soft fluffy center, and the sweet as well as tart warm blueberries, these griddle pancakes are perfect to whip up within a matter of minutes.
If you are wanting fluffy pancakes, then this is the recipe for you!! Using Bisquick pancake mix will eliminate adding other ingredients such as flour, sugar, vanilla extract, melted butter, baking soda or baking powder.
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Fresh or Frozen Blueberries
Both, fresh and frozen blueberries will work in this pancake recipe. Fresh blueberries are best if you have them.
I like to freeze bags of fresh blueberries when they are in season. Then when it’s time to make the griddle pancakes, remove the number of blueberries that you need, place into a bowl and cover with warm water.
Let the frozen blueberries sit in the water as you are mixing up the Bisquick pancake batter. Once the berries have thawed, drain the water off them. Use the berries as normal in the recipe.
Blueberry Pancake Tips
After the Bisquick pancake batter has been whipped together in the bowl, let the batter rest for a few minutes and then check for thickness.
If the batter is too thick, add more milk. If it is too thin, add more pancake mix. Thick batter will result in fluffier pancakes.
Do not over beat the Bisquick pancake batter.
You can use fresh or frozen blueberries – just thaw the blueberries in water right before cooking the pancakes.
Do not use frozen berries in the pancake batter. You will have frozen blueberries with uncooked batter around the berries.
Add as little or as much of the blueberries that you would like.
Do not add the blueberries to the pancake batter in the bowl.
If you have any remaining batter leftover, place in an airtight container and store in the refrigerator for a day.
Blueberry Pancake Ingredients
Milk (Buttermilk, Whole, or Skim Milk will work)
Cooking Spray or Butter
How to Make Blackstone Blueberry Pancakes
Whip the ingredients until you achieve a lump free, smooth pancake batter. You want the pancake batter to be the right consistency which is not too runny and not too thick.
If the Bisquick pancake batter is too thick, add a splash or two of milk. If the batter is too runny, add a couple tablespoons of Bisquick pancake mix and whisk again until smooth.
Do not over mix the Bisquick pancake batter!! Don’t add the blueberries to the batter.
How to Cook Bisquick Blueberry Pancakes
Pancakes on Blackstone Griddle are amazing!! When the Blackstone Griddle is preheated, spray with cooking spray or lightly butter the area that you plan to cook your homemade pancakes.
Be careful not to let the butter sit too long on the hot griddle or else it will turn into brown butter or burnt butter.
For perfect looking pancakes, use a # 40 portion scooper or the Blackstone Pancake dispenser to measure the right amount of Bisquick batter onto the greased flat top griddle.
You want to pour the freshly made batter in the center and let the liquid form a circle pancake.
How to Add Blueberries to the Pancakes
As the pancake cooks, work quickly to sprinkle a few blueberries on top of the pancake batter. With your fingertip, cover each blueberry with a litter bit of the batter.
Do this by dipping your clean fingertip in the uncooked pancake batter and then touching the top of the blueberry so that you cover it with some of the batter.
You can push the blueberry down into the batter a little bit if desired.
Covering the blueberries with batter needs to be done very quickly before the pancake has a chance to fully cook on the first side. Bubbles form in the Bisquick pancakes and should start coming to the surface when it’s ready to flip.
Using the appropriate griddle spatula (metal griddle spatula for the gas griddle and only use a plastic spatula for the electric griddle), you can now look at the bottom and see if the Bisquick blueberry pancake has a nice golden-brown color.
Carefully, flip the pancake over using a griddle spatula when it’s ready. Your first griddle pancake may not turn out perfectly but with more and more practice, you will be flipping them like a pro!!
Cook until it’s golden-brown on the other side. Remove from the Blackstone griddle when the inside center of the blueberry pancake is fully cooked.
Place finished homemade pancakes on a serving platter and keep warm with a dome lid until ready to serve.
Repeat this process until you have all the pancakes with blueberries cooked. Serve these best blueberry pancakes warm with your favorite side.
What kind of syrup do you put on blueberry pancakes?
Serve the best blueberry pancakes hot with your favorite syrup or toppings. My favorite pancake syrup is Mrs. Butterworth’s Lite syrup.
My kids favorite pancake syrup is Pearl Milling Company Butter Rich syrup. Local maple syrup is also a great option.
This might be weird, but I also like a layer of homemade strawberry jam spread onto the top of the pancake as well.
How do you make blueberry pancakes on the stove?
If you don’t have a Blackstone griddle, you can make this blueberry pancake recipe on the stove top with a sauté pan.
Make sure the stove heat is set at medium and adjust the temperature when needed. Follow the cooking directions above to make the perfect stove top blueberry pancakes.
Optional Blueberry Pancake Toppings
- Homemade Jam such as blueberry or strawberry
- Syrup, Maple Syrup, or Homemade Blueberry Syrup
- Chocolate Syrup Drizzle
- Whipped Cream, Canned or Homemade
- Extra Blueberry Pieces or Fresh Berries
- Freshly Whipped Butter
What to Serve with Blueberry Pancakes?
Griddle Cooked Bacon, Sausage, Ham, or Canadian Bacon
How to Store Blueberry Pancakes
When storing blueberry pancakes, make sure they are fully cooled. Put leftover Bisquick pancakes into an air-tight containers or sealed bag.
Keep in the refrigerator for up to six days. They can also be stored in the freezer for up to 30 days but should be wrapped in plastic wrap to prevent freezer burn.
Reheat blueberry pancakes in the air fryer, microwave, or back on the flat top griddle.
Blueberry Pancakes Calories
There are — calories in these blueberry pancakes. A serving size consists of three, 3-inch blueberry pancakes.
Blueberry Pancake – FAQ
No, do not add blueberries to the pancake mix. The reason you should not add the berries to the mix is because you will have no control over the number of blueberries that will be in each cooked pancake. Add the blueberries after the pancake batter has been poured onto the hot griddle. That way you can sprinkle how many berries you want and where you want them placed.
No, do not cut up blueberries when making blueberry pancakes. You will have a juicy, stained mess if you do! Blueberries are best left whole when making the homemade fluffy and delicious pancakes.
Bisquick Blueberry Pancakes Recipe
Get the full recipe and nutrition calories as well as nutritional information below!
- Bisquick Pancake Mix 2 cups
- Milk 1 cup
- Eggs 2 eggs
- Blueberries. 1/2 cup
- Gather all your ingredients to make the blueberry pancakes.
- Combine the Bisquick pancake mix, milk and eggs in a medium sized mixing bowl. With a whisk, mix together and make a smooth batter.
- Pre-heat the Blackstone Flat Top Griddle (gas - set on low to medium) (electric - set on 300°F). Lightly grease the hot griddle with cooking spray or a light coating of butter. Once the Blackstone griddle is hot, use a #40 or #20 portion scooper, Blackstone Pancake Dispenser, or pour some of the Bisquick pancake batter to form a round pancake.
- Quickly sprinkle the a few blueberries on the top of the pancake batter. With your fingertip, add a little bit of pancake batter on top of each blueberry so they are hidden in the pancake batter.
- Let the griddle pancakes cook until the bottom is golden-brown and bubbles start to come up threw the pancake which is about 2 minutes. Flip the blueberry pancake over and cook on the second side until it's golden-brown and completely cooked.
- Remove pancakes from the griddle and stack on a serving platter. Serve hot with your favorite topping and side dish.
- Make sure to cook the pancakes at a low temperature so that they do not burn.
- If you don't have a Blackstone Griddle (gas or electric), that's ok! Combine the 3 ingredient pancake batter as normal. Use a skillet pan on the stove over low-medium heat and cook the pancakes like you would on a griddle. Work in several batches, as it will take more time.
- Use a griddle spatula with a good edge on it so that you can get under the blueberry pancake easily to flip it over. There's nothing worse than having a awesome looking griddle pancake, but it gets ruined when trying to flip it over.
- If using a # 40 scooper you will get about 18, 3-inch blueberry pancakes. When using a # 20 scooper, you will get about 12, 4 to 5-inch Bisquick blueberry pancakes.
- After the homemade pancake batter has been combined in the bowl with a whisk, let the batter rest for a few minutes and then check for thickness. If the batter is too thick, add a touch more milk. If too thin, add a tablespoon or two of pancake mix.
- Don't over mix the pancake batter.
- You can use fresh or frozen blueberries. Thaw frozen berries before cooking into the pancake.
- Do not add the fresh or thawed blueberries to the batter in the bowl.
- If you have any unused Bisquick pancake batter leftover, place in an airtight container and store in the refrigerator for 1 day.
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Amount Per Serving Calories 236Total Fat 4gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 3gCholesterol 96mgSodium 572mgCarbohydrates 39gFiber 2gSugar 11gProtein 9g
Note: For exact nutritional information, consult your dietitian. All nutritional information is simply a guideline.
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