This Pancakes shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #12DaysofPancakes #CollectiveBias
My kids love pancakes for breakfast. I will often use a pancake mix to make up a big batch of pancakes and add in different things my family loves. The kids love giving me ideas of things to add into our pancakes – our favorites are blueberry pancakes and chocolate chip pancakes. I sometimes do other fruit (like raspberries and strawberries) or sometimes add some chopped up cooked bacon to the pancakes – so good!
To help make my life just a little bit easier I will make up a bunch of pancake batter on Saturday and cook up different kidns of pancakes. My kids enjoy the pancakes on Saturday and I store the leftover pancakes in the fridge. Throughout the week my kids grab a couple of pancakes out of the fridge and microwave them for 20 seconds and they have hot delicious pancakes for breakfast. It is such a time saver for me!
Quick and Easy Blueberry Pancakes
- Aunt Jemima Original Syrup
- Aunt Jemima Buttermilk Complete Mix 32oz
- Mixins – fruit (I used 1/2 cup frozen blueberries) or chocolate chips (I use 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips)
Today I mixed up three batches of pancake mix in a big bowl. First simply add the mix you need (per the box instructions)
Add in your water (per the box instuctions) and mix until there are no large lumps.
I then divided the batter up into 3 bowls. One bowl I left plain (for the picky eater in my family). In one of the bowls I added 1/2 cup blueberries (I use frozen blueberries) and in another bowl I added 1/4 cup mini chocolate chips.
Heat up your skillet to 375 degrees, grease with some spray and drop 1/4 cup of batter onto the skillet for each pancake.
After a couple of minutes the pancake should be browned and cooked and you can flip over and cook on the other side. Even though I used frozen blueberries this was enough time to cook the blueberries as well.
Serve with Aunt Jemima syrup and enjoy!
When I cook up my big batch of pancakes on Saturday I also cook up some bacon and other family favorites. So we have a nice Saturday brunch where we get to spend some good solid family time together -which is so important to me! Then during the week when everyone is in a rush I know the family is still getting a hot breakfast when they heat up the leftover pancakes throughout the week.
I was able to grab everything I needed at my local Walmart
For more recipe ideas be sure to check out more Aunt Jemima Recipes.
What do you love to mix into your pancakes? I would love to hear your ideas!