Only a few weeks away from school, hope we will have some lazy mornings soon! But even if this is not your future, make two batches of these whole wheat blueberry buttermilk pancakes over the weekend so you can easily grab them before heading out wherever you need to go.
How to freeze pancakes
If you don’t want to use extras right away, these pancakes will also keep well in the refrigerator. Just place them between wax paper or parchment paper (or freeze them in a single layer on a baking sheet for a few hours), and put them in a frost-proof ziplock bag!
How to reheat pancakes
The easiest way to reheat these buttermilk blueberry pancakes is to put them in the microwave. The time will vary depending on your microwave oven and the number of pancakes on your plate, but a good start is about 20 seconds per pancake. Be careful (especially for young children), because blueberries can become very hot.
Other pancake ideas suitable for freezing
Here are some other pancake recipes suitable for freezing, perfect for lazy mornings or when you need a quick take-out meal.
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