Yes, you heard me right. Oh, wait. You knew that already didn't you? ;o)
Before I tell you about these pancakes I have to share with you something I found so amusing but yet cute and really put a smile on my face. Even though it meant I was not the popular one.
The other day I had a comment from one of my readers on the post for Shoyu Chicken. Nan who writes the blog Nan Cooks told me that Grumpy's remark about the dish being "very edible" sent her down memory lane and she had to blog about my blog and her memory. As soon as I saw the title I got a good chuckle. Her title "I'd like to meet Grumpy" told me that although I write this blog and I am the cook/baker/photographer, I certainly am not the star of the show here! LOL. Oh Grumpy, I can't hold that against you. However, its just another thing to make his head grow bigger. I don't know Nan...my grandmother always told me to be careful what you wish for. ;o)
Now on to these pancakes....Grumpy and I do not agree here. While we both think the basic pancake recipe is delicious we do not agree on the BLUEBERRIES. Of course, BLUEBERRIES are one of my favorite fruits. Along with strawberries and mangos. Grumpy's favorite is what? I'm betting there are some of you out there who could tell me that answer by now! Well, it definitely is not blueberries for Grumpy. I guess that just means more for me :o)
Fluffy Pancakes with Blueberriesadapted from allrecipes.com
1 cup flour
1 tablespoon sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup milk**
1 large egg
1 teaspoon vanilla
4 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
Mix flour, sugar, baking powder and salt together in medium sized mixing bowl. In measuring cup measure milk, add egg and vanilla and whisk together with fork. Melt butter in microwave for 30 seconds.
Pour milk mixture into flour mixture and whisk until flour is incorporated. Whisk in butter. Using 1/4 measure, pour batter onto hot griddle sprayed with cooking spray (or do like I did and use the bacon grease. I soak a little on a paper towel and rub it on my griddle). Turn heat to medium low. Place blueberries on top of pancake and press slightly to sink them into cake. When top of pancake starts to bubble and dry, flip pancake. Continue cooking for about 30-60 seconds until pancake is no longer wet inside. Serve with warmed maple syrup and extra blueberries.
**If I have milk that is starting to go bad - I will not toss it out. I will save it to make these pancakes or any other baked good that may call for buttermilk or sour milk. I hate to waste if I don't have to!