You know one of those nights when you’ve had one of those days and supper just never got done so you eat breakfast? That happens around here at least once a month. I’ll admit though that breakfast is one of my favourite meals so I never complain when we eat it twice in one day!

This night’s breakfast supper turned out to be chocolate chip pancakes with toasted walnuts, walnut oil sauted bananas and warmed raspberries. Is your brow rising like mine at the thought of this yumminess for supper?

This simple vegan friendly pancake recipe can be played with in any number of ways to make deliciously different. Add blueberries, raspberries, apple or banana to the batter. Or try adding chia seeds or hemp hearts. I double it if it’s more than just my kids and me.

Blueberry Pancakes


  • 2 cups Whole Wheat Flour
  • 1 tbsp Baking Powder
  • 1 tbsp Sugar
  • Dash of Cinnamon and Nutmeg
  • 2 cups Milk (soy, rice, hemp, cow…)
  • 2 tbsp Vegetable Oil
  • Optional: Chocolate Chips, Banana, Berries… really anything
  1. Combine dry in bowl. Add wet until just mixed. Fold in chocolate chips or other addition.
  2. Cook in cast iron (or other skillet).
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10 Responses to Breakfast for Supper

  1. Wow, Kevin and I were discussing this very subject just yesterday. My mom is a breakfast lover too (reallly, we must be related!) and pancakes were her favourite breakfast meal for dinner. Ours were never that fancy though. I’ve yet to try choco chip pancakes but I just might try the berries. M introduced we to bananas as a vegan egg replacer and my relationship with pancakes has never been the same. Mm mm good!

  2. M says:

    Hee hee…yeah, those pancakes are wonderful.
    I use fruit as a topping pretty often. I am to cheap to spend $8 on a small thing of real maple syrup and I won’t eat the cheap junk so I have done fruit sauce often.
    But I find that the chocolate (in my case carob) chip pancakes are so great just on their own.

  3. M says:

    “too” not “to.” I need to start proofreading.

  4. Annie says:

    I love maple syrup but also don’t have to use it. Fruit can be enough, or jam or even plain…

  5. paxye says:

    omg… those look amazing… !!! I love breakfast for supper!!!

  6. peggy says:

    We love breakfast for supper. And I love the word supper, I always have.

  7. Annie says:

    Ha! Is supper not the usual word? I admit I’m more inclined to use “dinner” for lunch…

  8. Lucy Dolan says:

    Hi Annie – those are Scotch pancakes – did you know? They must have gone over with the settlers….. we call them simply pancakes, though, like you. We make them very often too, usually as a snack with a cup of tea, eaten straight of the griddle with butter or honey or maple syrup. Never get as far as preparing things to go on them as they are so instantly eatable!!! Yumsville!

  9. Annie says:

    I didn’t know! They are really similar to bannock too, eh? I’m ever so proud of my Scottish heritage so it’s nice to know!

  10. MamaShift says:

    Tried these this morning — with no additions. Yummy with the spices! I don’t make pancakes often enough, though, so it took a few to get them just right.

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