You guys know how I feel about breakfast.

If there was some magical way to make every meal feel like breakfast, I would do it.


If it was socially acceptable to eat every meal in my robe with a hot cup of coffee in one hand, I’d be the first to sign up.

If breakfast foods took over every single meal of my life…I would be okay with it.

So when Rachel told me she was doing an entire month of pancakes and asked me to join in, I couldn’t say yes fast enough.


Lucky for us, this batch of pancakes turned out to be THE BEST pancakes I’ve ever made!

Head on over to The Pancake Party today for these Blueberry Walnut Oatmeal Pancakes with Vanilla Maple Glaze.

I know – it’s a mouthful – but it’s worth it.

pancake_party_large-1024x819 PS: Make sure you check out all the other pancake recipes so far AND the awesome giveaways she has going on! You won’t want to miss ‘em.


  1. Ah, just thinking of making blueberry pancakes for tomorrow’s breakfast! You read my mind. :)

  2. These sound awesome! Love this idea!

  3. Thanks again, Brandi! xoxo
    PS: I just *love* that first picture.

  4. Oh my – I think I know what’s for breakfast tomorrow!!

  5. Wait, wait,wait. Maple glaze? On pancakes? That sounds EPIC.

  6. made them for bkfst today! yuhm.

  7. I love this pancake month thing! I love putting glaze on pancakes – 100000x better than syrup!

  8. Beautiful! I love pancakes, but for some reason, my husband does not. I DID however, get him to like the beer pancakes I made.I know, huge shock :)

  9. I too, absolutely love breakfast foods, especially pancakes! I’ve never thought about making a glaze for them though.. this is definitely a game changer!

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