Blackberry pancakes

Pancakes are always a favourite in our household, so with all the blackberries around recently, I decided to make some blackberry pancakes. For sweet pancakes, I always include sugar in the batter.

blackberry pancake

Ingredients (makes about 10 pancakes)

150g blackberries
2 eggs
200g flour
600 ml milk
2 tbsp granulated sugar
spray oil


Wash the blackberries and ensure there are no bits of stalk or leaf.
In a large jug, whisk the eggs, sugar, flour and milk.
Add the blackberries to the jug.
Spray the oil into a frying pan and heat on the hob over a medium heat.
Pour some of the batter into the pan and allow to spread to your desired pancake size.
Cook the pancakes about 2 minutes on each side.
Serve and enjoy.

blackberry pancakes

Although my pancakes may not be the most elegant looking pancakes, they are very tasty especially when served with maple syrup. And if you are after a savoury pancake, take a look at my Green Pancakes recipe.

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33 thoughts on “Blackberry pancakes

  1. Wendy Lam-Vechi

    I miss having pancakes for breakfast but these days we’re always in a rush to get out of the house that I just stick to cereals. Next summer when the wild blackberries are out, I’m making blackberry pancakes


  2. Samantha O'D

    They look great 🙂 I always prefer pictures like this to staged ones. It makes me feel i could make them at home.


  3. A S,Edinburgh

    This sounds gorgeous. I baked with blackberries again for the first time in quite a while recently, and definitely want to use some again soon, they’re beautiful. Pancakes are a brilliant, straightforward but delicious, idea!


  4. Rosie

    I love blackberries and pancakes, I never thought of putting them together, but what a delicious combination – I must try this!!



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