Quick and easy blender pancakes for your busy morning rush! These pancakes are more on the savory side so they pair perfectly with sweet syrups, jams and fruity toppings!
WHAT YOU NEED FOR HOMEMADE BLENDER PANCAKES
These babies only use a few ingredients. What you'll need:
- oil salt
- baking powder
IS THAT THE CORRECT AMOUNT OF BAKING POWDER?
We've had a few comments asking if that is the correct amount in the recipe card. 1 TBS? YES it is! It is what helps your pancakes rise :)
HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE PANCAKES IN THE BLENDER
STEP 1: Whenever you are making batters in a blender (our anything that is of a thicker consistency) you always want to add liquids at the bottom by the blades. Start by adding all your liquids- milk, oil, egg etc.
STEP 2: Now you may add your dry ingredients into the blender. You don't need to mix until after this step.
STEP 3: Cover with the lid and blend on high for about 60 seconds.
HOW TO COOK PERFECT PANCAKES
I'll be the FIRST one to admit I'm super picky about my pancakes! They cannot be too thin, or too thick or have crusty edged. They've gotta be perfect! Here are a few of my pro tips:
IS A GRIDDLE WORTH IT?
I love to cook pancakes on a griddle. I really feel they are 100% worth the investment (They range $20+) I love them becuase
- They surface area cooks nice and even, whereas stove top pancake pans tend to only cook where the burners are.
- They can cook several pancakes at once!
HOW TO FLIP THE PERFECT PANCAKE
- Make sure the griddle surface is nice and oiled IF it is not non-stick.
- Preheat Griddle to 350
- Pour even circles on to the griddle (I like to make mine about 4 inches wide)
- Let pancakes cook until the sides are dulll and you see bubbles poping through the batter
- Using a spatula about as wide as the pancake slide under the pancake and flip!
WHAT DO I SERVE WITH MY PANCAKES?
If you're in the mood to go all out I highly recommend making this easy BUTTERMILK SYRUP recipe. Creamy, buttery caramel syrup. It's so simple and quick! You'll have it done while your pancake are cooking.
Another great option my kids love is homemade freezer jam + fresh fruit and whipping cream!
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Homemade Blender Pancakes
- 2 cup milk
- 2 ¼ cup flour
- 1 egg
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- 2 tablespoon sugar
- 2 teaspoon oil
- ½ teaspoon salt
- Add all ingredients to blender and pulse until smooth and throughly mixed.
- If using a Blendtec.. press "batter" button and allow it to cycle.
- Pour batter in 4 inch circles on a non-stick griddle over medium-high heat and then flip.
- Serve warm with some yummy buttermilk syrup!
Perfect pancake recipe I shall always be using it from now On!
Jenni Taylor says
We make these quick, delicious pancakes regularly. We have dairy and egg intolerances in our house so I use water in place of the milk and chia or flax eggs in places of the chicken eggs. They consistently turn out great and I often add left-over oatmeal or a small zucchini to change it up a bit. Great basic and easy, quick recipe. Thanks!!
so tasty and easy with the blender, thank you for sharing
Sue K says
Made them exactly as stated other than I dropped blueberries in the batter once it was in the skillet. I did not feel like getting my griddle out. Everyone said it was good but not great.
Courtney Brown says
We made these for a quick dinner after coming home from a late church meeting. It was a win for sure! I added a couple extra tablespoons milk because we prefer runnier batter, but a definite hit at our house! Thanks for posting such a quick and easy recipe.
Just made this morning and they turned out great! A little flatter than normal. but very easy overall. Great recipe!
Jo Blair says
pancake is delicious item for grabbing something quickly.
Thanks for sharing your RECIPE.
This Blender Pancake recipe looks so light and fluffy.what kind of flour do your use, please?
Thanks Pattie! I just use regular all-purpose flour. I use my Blendtec to make the batter which also helps with the fluffy factor!