July 23, 2006

Fruity Pancakes

Weekend breakfasts, as I have blogged about earlier, are something special. You can take the extra minutes to finish coffee, listen to NPR, browse through the day's news while contemplating what to make for breakfast. No cereal or oats on weekends... always a little extra.

We had a good mix of berries at home and I made some very berry pancakes. They are not from scratch. I used organic Arrowhead whole grain pancake mix which already has buttermilk and baking powder along with the different grain mix.

1 cup Arrowhead pancake mix
3/4 cup milk
1 tspoon oil
1/2 cup mixed berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries)

Mix the pancake mix with milk and oil.
Cut the berries into small pieces. If you use blueberries, add them just before you start making pancakes.
Heat griddle and pour the batter to make pancakes.

Garnish with fresh fruit and serve with coffee/tea or orange juice.
This is my entry for Weekend Breakfast Blogging #2 at Saffron Trail.


  1. That sounds lovely Mandira- I'm sure those of us who don;t have the ready pancake mix can manage too, by adding some all purpose/ wheat flour and butter milk!
    Thanks for participating, cya at the round up then!

  2. Did some Amy have something to do with ur pancake project..

  3. Anonymous10:06 AM

    btw, I left a comment to your comment on MY blog.. :) go read.:)

  4. Nandita - Welcome to ahaar. Yes, all purpose flour or even mix grain flour with a pinch of baking powder and buttermilk will give you the same result. Do let me know how it turns out.
    Do keep visiting.

    Urvi - these pancakes were made before the trip to amy's ;) read the comments, point taken! is that a yes or a no?

  5. Never ever imagined a pancake with fruits!Thanks Mandira and besides,I love your name too:)

  6. Thanks Sumitha. It tastes delicious with the fruits. You can try it out with any seasonal fruits. I've had banana, peach, apple pancakes Thanks for the compliment on my name. Yours sounds pretty good too :)


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