Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes (whole-wheat)

These Whole-Wheat Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes are perfect for either a lazy weekend or those busy mornings when you need a quick breakfast. Make a double batch and freeze to have plenty on hand!
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With only a couple of weeks left of school, hopefully we’ll have some lazy mornings soon! But, even if that’s not in your future, make a double batch of these Whole-Wheat Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes on the weekend so they’ll be easy to grab and go before you run out the door to wherever you need to be.

A stack of homemade whole-wheat blueberry buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup on a plate.

How to Freeze Pancakes

These pancakes also hold up really well in the freezer if you’d rather not use the extras right away. Simply layer them between sheets of wax or parchment paper (or first freeze them for a few hours in a single layer on a baking sheet), and then throw them into a freeze-safe ziplock bag!

How to Reheat Pancakes

The easiest way to reheat these buttermilk blueberry pancakes is to pop them in the microwave. Times will vary depending on your microwave oven and the number of pancakes on the plate, but a good place to start is about 20 seconds per pancake. Be careful (especially with young children) as the blueberries can get quite hot.

Other Freezer-Friendly Pancake Ideas

Here are some other freezer-friendly pancake recipes that are perfect for lazy mornings or for when you need a quick grab-and-go meal.

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  1. I’ve made similar with buckwheat flour, but I like the idea of including buttermilk.
    And it never occurred to me to freeze pancakes. Mind blown!