blueberry cornmeal pancakes {vegan & good!}

I made these tonight for dinner. They’re one of the best pancake recipes I’ve tried…they turn out a little heartier than the average pancake. More like a cakey-muffinish texture to them and they’re super duper healthy. From my recipe book I’ve had for years, The Garden of Vegan by Sarah Kramer:

– 1 cup flour

– 1/2 cup cornmeal

– 1 tsp baking powder

– 1/2 tsp baking soda

– 1/2 tsp salt

– 1 cup soy milk

– 3/4 cup water

– 1 cup blueberries {I used frozen}

Stir together dry ingredients. Add milk, water and blueberries and stir until just mixed. Pour 1/2 cup batter onto a hot non-stick pan or griddle on medium heat. Flip pancake when the center bubbles and becomes sturdy. I was able to make 4 medium sized pancakes and 6 minis for the kids. OH, and since there’s no sugar in them you might …ahem….wanna add a touch of icing sugar!


About Amanda

Amanda Robinson is the eco-chic, green living, fitness loving mom behind Natural Mommie. Since 2009, Amanda Robinson has been the source for moms to learn how to bring more balanced green beauty, eco-friendly, sustainable, organic products into their homes without being too “crunchy” or “granola”. Amanda is passionate about design, wellness and inspiring moms to make more eco-friendly and healthy choices without having to trade in their stilettos for Birkenstocks. In addition to Natural Mommie, Amanda is also the owner and designer behind Top Knot Style - a beautiful collection of handmade oversized luxury knitwear.

4 thoughts on “blueberry cornmeal pancakes {vegan & good!}

  1. These sound wonderful!! I’m definitely going to make them! Do you by any chance have a cinnamon roll recipe? All the ones I have seen are too time consuming so we buy store bought. (saw you were making some on twitter :)

    1. Yea the ones I made last night were okay, but not great. They were the kind with yeast that take over 2 hours to make. I had planned on sharing but they’re not worth the effort {although definitely worth having my house smell like fresh bread!}

  2. Amanda…you had my husband and 11 y.o. inereesttd in icing! That’s saying something considering they are surrounded by it 24/7! ;)I only wish we lived closer so you could give me an in PERSON tutorial! You made it look so easy (and fun)! If your icing will help me make beautiful cookies like yours, I’m trying it!

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