All week long we try really hard to eat healthy for every meal and avoid late night snacking (sometimes that’s really, really hard!). It’s not actually about weight, but we have noticed just what a huge difference healthy eating makes in our lives. We truly feel so much better and we function 100 times better with a healthy diet. And then Saturday comes. Pretty much everything goes out the window and all we care about is a dang good breakfast. We love these berries n cream crepes that are seriously to die for as well as pretty much anything covered in our best buttermilk syrup recipe, but lately we’ve really had a hankering for pancakes. After a ridiculous amount of testing we’ve finally come up with the number 1, best white chocolate blueberry pancakes recipe. Like, ever. Plus these ones have white chocolate chips and blueberries. 🙂
Have you ever had white chocolate chips in your pancakes? I grew up on chocolate chips in my pancakes but white chocolate are quickly becoming my favorite because they are so creamy and light. It’s like a sweet little nugget of deliciousness in there. Especially with those juicy, sweet blueberries. I actually never really make blueberry pancakes, but these were so wonderful I might have to make it a weekly tradition. Like, starting this week.
When Cade and I were first married I actually had to convince the poor guy to just TRY one little chocolate chip pancake. He was totally against the idea. As I wasn’t really a pancake fan at the time I knew he needed to eat his share or I’d be eating them for a week. He sat down and informed me one more time that it was going to be like eating a cookie for breakfast which he did not eat treats at the time so it was a big deal. And then he ate an entire stack and has never had another pancake without chips in it. EVER. I’ve tried doing plain and he will literally go add his own. So either I educated him or I ruined him. 🙂
Anyway, on to more important things. I had the opportunity to head out to California with Dole and be a sous chef for one of the finalist in the cookoff. Dudes! It was such a blast!! I was a hot and sweaty mess by the end of it, but it was awesome!!!! The finalists were such amazing people and cooks, and I had the privilege of being paired with Barbara who made these amazing crostinis with goat cheese, shrimp, tropical grilled fruit and the best white balsamic honey sauce EVER. She didn’t end up winning the $25,000, but to be totally honest, I think it was secretly incredibly close as all the recipes turned out perfect. And did you even know they did such a thing? Friends, enter next year!!!! You could walk away with one big check!!! And the event was seriously so well organized. I’m so impressed with how far out of their way Dole went to make sure everyone had everything they needed and felt appreciated and cared for. And it was so fun to watch Chef Ben Ford (you may know his dad, Harrison) cook up a storm and then judge the recipes. I know, I’m going on and on, but it really was such a thrill and I’m crossing my fingers to do something like this again. Keep checking Dole’s cookoff site for the finalists and their info!
Are Blueberries Good For You?
Blueberries are an excellent source of vitamins K and C, manganese, and fiber.
Blueberries contain antioxidants, which work to neutralize free radicals linked to the development of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and other age-related conditions.
Can Pancake Batter Be Made Ahead of Time?
Pancake and waffle batters made with baking powder can be made ahead and stored in the refrigerator overnight.
Let the batter warm at room temperature and stir gently before cooking.
What Is the Best Way to Reheat Pancakes?
Microwave for 20 seconds a piece, or heat up to 5 stacked on a microwave safe plate.
Heat for 1 minute, if not hot, continue to heat in 20 second intervals until hot.
You can also place pancakes in 350 degree oven, wrapped in foil for 10 minutes.
More PANCAKES Recipes:
White Chocolate Blueberry Pancakes
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 218 Saturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 41.8mg Sodium: 0mg Carbohydrates: 34.1g Fiber: 1.3g Sugar: 13.5g Protein: 6g