Whole Wheat Sour Cream Blueberry Pancakes

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I made some whole wheat sour cream blueberry pancakes today. I added some oatmeal to the batter this time around which made for an interesting texture. They tasted good but I want to do a little more tinkering with the recipe before I post it.

After eating the pancakes, I was looking at 101 Cookbooks (a great food blog!) and found this recipe for whole grain buttermilk pancakes with blueberry maple syrup. It sounds like an interesting twist so I decided to share my photo with you and then point you to the other place for a recipe! Let me know if you have any other good whole grain pancake recipes, blueberries or not!

Update: My recipe for these pancakes has now been posted can be found here.

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5 Comments »

  1. 1
    rachel Says:

    Yum! those look so good!

  2. 3
    Steph Says:

    right on Nicole…not surprising to see pancakes…yummy!

  3. […] I wrote about blueberry pancakes a while back but didn’t post my recipe because I thought it needed a little work. Well this morning I felt like working on it (actually, I felt like eating blueberry pancakes), so I now have a delicious whole grain sour cream blueberry pancake recipe for you, complete with nutrition info! I really think these are the best whole grain pancakes I’ve ever eaten! […]

  4. 5

    Ooh!! Looks good – that pictures makes me drool. Did you ever post the recipe?


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