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Blueberry Cornmeal Pancakes

What you need: 

1 cup soy milk
1/2 cup water
1 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 cup stone ground cornmeal
1 teaspoon nonaluminum baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt
1 cup frozen blueberries or fresh
chunky fruit sauce, as topping

What you do: 

Put the soy and water into a bowl and mix. Whisk in flour, cornmeal, baking powder,and baking soda, and salt.Do not overmix. Fold in the blueberries.Let batter sit for 5 min to thicken. Pour pancakes into non stick pan. Make sure pancakes are cooked evenly before flipping. Serve immediately with chunky fruit sauce, maple syrup, or fresh fruit. Great recipe for kids to make.

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I have never taste cornmeal pancake and that too with blueberry seems to be very tasty dish.I am surely going to try this.

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Not half bad... Heck, more than half good  :P I'm eating it right now actually. Instead of flour I used oatmeal because that's generally what I do. It still came out very good. It was a little liquidy so I added a bit more cornmeal. The aroma it left in the house this morning was drooling. As for my sauce, I took (roughly) a 1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce and (again roughly) 1-1 1/2 tablespoons agave nectar mixed together and heated. Mmm Mm! Definetly will use this recipe again! Thanks for posting!



I love the lift and texture cornmeal gives to pancakes.


These were pretty good.  Not great.  The first one was unflippable and made a completely unpancake shaped mess, so I had to let the batter set a little longer (probably my fault).  I really like that there's no oil.


Has anybody tried making pancakes with buckwheat flour or spelt flour or gluten free flours and how do they turn out compared to your favorite pancake recipes such as this blueberry recipe?


these are good, i wouldn't say amazing.  i like the idea of using cornmeal but didn't think it really added all that much.  my first set i did just as the recipe said then i taste tested and decided they were a little too bland so i added 1tsp cinnamon to the rest of the batter.  these tasted better.  the last round got about a cup of raspberries added to it.  these were the best:  blueberry/raspberry/cinnamon combo.  next time i'll just start with that.  plus- when they're stuffed with blueberries and raspberries you really don't need any syrup.  i'd probably make these again.  thank you for the sugar/oil free recipe!

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