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{This post is sponsored by Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk! I’ve used their Almondmilk Original Unsweetened to make these PERFECT blueberry pancakes!}

You guys all know that I have a slight addiction to breakfast food… especially blueberry pancakes.

Blueberry Almond Pancakes | @hbharvest

I know I’ve touched on this before, but like, I am obsessed. I want all the breakfast foods, sweet or savory, bring it on. For some reason I just have so much fun with them. I mean cutting down the breakfast recipes for the book has been practically impossible! Plus, I love the added bonus that, pretty much any time I make a brunch-ish recipe I get to call my mom down and have her over for brunch. It kind of breaks up my GO, GO day, and I can’t lie, I’ve been making some sort of breakfast type recipe at least once a week for the past month.

I’m telling you, it’s a bit of an issue, but I honestly can’t get enough.

Today though, I have a good excuse for these pancake. One, it’s FRIDAY, meaning the weekend is here, and that always, always means brunch on Saturday or Sunday morning…maybe both if it’s a really good weekend. Two, Mother’s Day is this Sunday and I really could not think of a better breakfast to make my mom…or for you to make yours!!

Speaking of Mother’s Day, I need some serious, serious help. I’ve been swamped with work and therefore have put off getting a gift for way too lang. The problem is that my mom says she hates Mother’s Day and honestly wants nothing. But really, isn’t that just code for, “you better think up something super special”. I mean really, anytime someone says they don’t care, they totally do.

SOOO, I dunno, at this point I’m thinking something homemade and crafty since that’s kind of my specialty. Maybe I can grab Asher and we can come up with something good. She loved the homemade body scrubs and lotions I made for Christmas. Maybe something along those lines? Do you guys have any thoughts on this? What are you doing for your mom?

Any favorite gifts from past Mother’s Days I should know about??? Come on, help a girl out here! ?

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One thing I know I will for sure be doing is making brunch. I mean, duh.

And these Blueberry Almond Pancakes are a no brainer. NO BRAINER. Nothing beats a really good blueberry pancake and these are special for a few reasons.

…reason one: they’re so fast and easy to make. You can even prepare the batter the night before and just cook them up in the morning.

…reason two: Almond Breeze Almondmilk! I cannot lie, a lot of times the only milk product I have on hand is my Almond Breeze (especially with the goats off being mated) and you guys, it’s a life saver! Almondmilk in things like pancakes, muffins, or popsicles is the best. Or a cold glass of Almondmilk with cookies… so good! Plus like a million and one other things. Not only is it delicious, but it’s shelf stable until opened, and makes for the most perfect pantry staple. Think about that almondy splash of milk in your morning coffee, or those blueberry almond pancakes that just NEED to be made. YES. This is your milk. It’s best to just keep a few on hand, for a quick grab, straight up or mixed in, it adds the best creamy textures and flavors to so many things. 🙂

…reason three: you can beat a classic like blueberry pancakes, everyone loves them, they just never get old.

…reason four: roasted strawberry-rhubarb sauce. YUM. YUM. YUM. This sauce is a must for these pancakes. It’s take them from really good to really amazing. Do it.

…reason five: butter and really good maple syrup… enough said.

…reason six: these pancakes are super pretty and just scream spring + summer. Yeah!!!

Okok, so please tell me that all of these points have now convinced you that you must make these pancakes this weekend…or even today if you just can’t wait (I understand completely)!

Blueberry Almond Pancakes | @hbharvest

Blueberry Almond Pancakes | @hbharvest

Really, it’s the only way to kick off the perfect spring weekend! Bring on the pancakes!

Blueberry Almond Pancakes | @hbharvest

Blueberry Almond Pancakes.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings: 6 Servings
Calories Per Serving: 533 kcal

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Roasted Strawberries + Rhubarb

  • 2 stalks rhubarb
  • 1 cup fresh strawberries halved
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 teaspoons vanilla bean seeds removed ( or 2 vanilla)
  • 2 tablespoons butter


Roasted Rhubarb

  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.
  • In a baking dish, toss together the rhubarb, strawberries, honey, vanilla and butter. Roast for 25-30 minutes or until the rhubarb has softened.


  • In a medium size mixing bowl, combine the flour, baking powder, sugar and salt. Add the eggs, melted butter, [Almond Breeze Almondmilk |], apple cider vinegar and vanilla. Stir until just combined, it is OK if the batter is a little lumpy. Gently stir in the blueberries.
  • Heat a skillet on medium heat. Grease with butter or cooking spray. Pour 1/3 cup pancake batter on the center of the hot pan. Cook until bubbles appear on the surface. Using a spatula, gently flip the pancake over and cook the other side for a minute, or until golden. Repeat with the remaining batter.
  • To serve, top each pancake with a little whipped cream and a large spoonful of the warm roasted rhubarb/straweberries. Finish with a drizzle of maple syrup. EAT!
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Blueberry Almond Pancakes | @hbharvest

And stack them HIGH please. ?

Blueberry Almond Pancakes | @hbharvest

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  1. If it’s still snowy there then your mom would probably love a touch of colorful spring. Since you are a cook, a simple plastic colored colander lined with burlap or any cloth, filled with dirt and colorful spring flowers and greenery would be nice. She can replant them outside when the snow clears later but enjoy them in the house for now. Tuck in a few chocolates or bath salts among the plants, wrapped in colorful cloth and tied with twine. Simple, colorful, joyful and caring. Easy peasy and you made it yourself. Those are the best gifts.

  2. I feel like breakfast for dinner needs to become a regular thing in my house for the summer, otherwise I never seem to get to making enough breakfast recipes. Also, it would be a plus in the “don’t have to turn on the oven and make the house into a sauna” area. Stovetop Summer for the win! These look amazing – I love the idea of adding the strawberry-rhubarb. I am not usually a pancake person (they usually finish me off energy-wise for the better part of the day, haha), but I will be making these.

  3. I think that something homemade and something that comes from the heart is the best gift. Maybe making something like a really pretty bouquet of flowers or a even remodeling the house? Anyways, these pancakes look SO sinfully good. Can it be brunch now please?

  4. These are so perfect..I’ve been craving pancakes lately. And that roasted strawberry & rhubarb topping sounds incredible. Also, I love all the edible flowers you use. Where do you find them?

  5. Gus is a purist no strawberries and Rhubarb…but I will sneak in raspberries. 😉
    This compote will go well with your 4-29 recipes of Churro Waffles too. 🙂

  6. Not adv for Amazon here, but just got a pkg of pure Stevia yesterday ( Wholesale Health Connection, Brand) . extremely concentrated, for those that need a -0- sweetner in their lives.
    1 tsp = 1 cup sugar. I kid you not.
    I made lemonade, a gallon which usually takes 2 cups sugar ( sugar syrup) and it only took 2 tsp.
    I will make these gorgeous pancakes Sunday and use the new Stevia. Can’t wait . Thank you again for sharing .

  7. It will be roasted Rasp & Rhub at this home..but can’t wait to try them.. Happy Mother’s Day to all.

  8. Oh wow these pancakes are perfect! Breakfast food is the best and you make it so pretty and yummy! 🙂

  9. I am “obsessed” with breakfast too! Mostly sweet for me, though 🙂 . Your stack of pancakes look beautiful and oh sooo good. Love the roasted rhubarb strawberry vanilla on top!!

  10. I am a massive fan of pancakes ! Your blueberry ones look ‘to die for’ 🙂 .
    On the mother’s day thingy….by the way, I think your mom saying she doesn’t like mother’s day means, she probably doesn’t want you to go to any trouble as she knows how busy you are.
    Anyway, my mom loved nice bath things, and creams, and perfume, she was a real girly girl, and I was lucky as she was so easy to buy for. Oh, and then I would always throw in some chocolates or a box of chocolates, because lets face it we can always have a chocolate, but a fancy box of chocolates, doesn’t really happen often, then flowers as my mom loved flowers…Then, I would always arrange to have a day out with my mom, just her and I and we would just go and shop, have lunch out and just spent some one on one time together 🙂
    I hope you come up with a great idea for your mom. x

    1. Ah me to but thank you!!
      I think your right about mothers day! Chocolates are always always the best, as well as flowers. I LOVE the idea of having a day with her! We don’t get to do that often! Thank you so much for the ideas!!

  11. No gift for your mom, rather plan a special day just with the two of you. A lunch, massage, mani/pedi you get the idea. How snout d picnic. Just being Roth your mom is the important part. Happy Motgers to you too

    1. I think this is amazing! It sounds like the best day ever. I might just have to do this! Thanks Debbi!!

  12. Wow… what a gorgeous stack of pancakes Tieghan! I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of your cookbook. I’m sure you will come up with something awesome for your mom for Mother’s Day!

  13. We love pancakes!! I make them a lot with whole wheat flour. These look yummy.

    Mother’s Day use to be so hard for me. When your mother and mother in law could buy whatever they wanted it was hard to come up with anything they really needed. They both have been gone for many years now and I still think I don’t get to buy a card any more. Maybe flowers for your mom. I am sure your cooking for her is a wonderful gift.

    1. Awesome glad you like them! It can be super hard!! Flowers and food and I can never go wrong right? Thanks Charlotte