1/25/09

Breakfast at Home: Pancakes

Last weekend, I was in Savannah and had three breakfasts out: one, two, and three.
Yesterday my breakfast consisted of a can of soup...don't ask...I was too busy watching Nip/Tuck to think about breakfast.

Today I woke up early and tested a recipe for Robyn Webb's new project: vegan cookbook. These are blueberry pancakes with blueberry syrup (and I added a few fresh ones on top). YUM.

What did you all have for breakfast?

18 comments:

Esi said...

They look so yummy! Way better breakfast than a can of soup ;)

I had a leftover mini burger, lol.

Melissa said...

Mmmm...these look delicious. I had some Wheaties for breakfast. :)

blossom said...

Yummy ... my son loves bread. He eats bread any which way possible - he even eats them plain ...

PJ said...

Blueberries are so good in the morning, especially in pancakes.

For breakfast I had Quaker's Simple Harvest - vanilla, almond and honey - with some stevia and organic skim milk. I also had Berri-Good herb tea. I would like to say that I fell down at lunch when I toook my son to Backyard Burgers and had a great burger and a chocolate malt, but that would be a lie. It was yummy.

BlueToYou said...

blueberry pancakes are some of my favorites especially for sunday brunch. i had a leftover pork chop, grits, an apple with honey and some earl grey tea (plus two milano cookies). haha i wasn't eating till 7 so this was sort of like breakfast and lunch :)

luckytastebuds said...

mmmm those pancakes are gorgeous. I can NEVER get them as fluffy as yours are. Mine come out flat even though I try so hard not to overmix. Nice job you!! But..what's your trick?

recipes2share said...

Nothing quite as fabulous looking as yours!!!

Sara said...

These look amazing. I had a caramel granola bar on the run, not quite homemade vegan pancakes.

The Summer Kitchen Interiors said...

Hi Olga! What a wonderful time I've had reading your post on Savannah! We go there every 2-3 years....actually we go to Tybee Island, then frequent Savannah several times during the week! What fun places you've ate at - the only one we've been to is Vinnie's - I'll have to write them down.....2010 is Tybee year!!

These blueberry pancakes look fabulous too....there is nothing like fresh blueberry pancakes!!

Olga said...

LuckyTaste: in this recipe, there were 2 teaspoons of baking powder: maybe that was the trick? Also, the pancakes were cooked covered for 1/2 of the cooking time, and then uncovered once they were flipped over.

Hoe this helps!

Sandra said...

I love pancakes!!!
Looks delicious, very delicious with bluebarry.. :))
Great breakfast Olga

Sara said...

These look delicious - I just had oatmeal for breakfast, nothing special.

cia007girl said...

I think the trick for fluffier pancakes is to allow batter to sit for a bit before making pancakes - it allows for the leavening to work its magic

Pam said...

These look really tasty and pretty. I love blueberry pancakes.

♥peachkins♥ said...

this is making me drool..

thanks for visiting

Hillary said...

Blueberry pancakes are tied with chocolate chip pancakes as my favorite kind of pancakes. Yours look absolutely amazing!

Kevin said...

Those blueberry pancakes look really good!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

Blueberry pancakes are a favorite at our house. We had our own blueberry bush but moved it last year because it had outgrown its spot............and it didn't make it. I've got to get another one.
Your photo are fabulous.
Sam