Blackberry Orange Pancakes

whole wheat pastry flour and orange zest

Good morning! I hope you all have been well during my impromptu blogging hiatus. Over the past week and a half, I have taken spring cleaning to a new level. I quite literally cleaned, dusted and decluttered every crevice in my apartment. Only my closet (ouch) remains. The clean and purge process has been cathartic; I feel at peace in my surroundings.

On Sunday, I cooked a batch of pancakes to sustain me through an afternoon of deep cleaning. They were based off of Joy the Baker’s recipe for Berry Meyer Lemon Pancakes, except I traded whole wheat pastry flour for regular flour. I also used thawed, frozen blackberries and orange zest instead of raspberries and lemon.

The result? Delicious, of course, but I can’t decide if I prefer raspberry and lemon or blackberries and orange.

blackberry orange pancake recipe

blackberry orange pancakes on griddle

blackberry orange pancakes

whole wheat blackberry orange pancake recipe

Which do you prefer: blackberry and orange, or raspberry and lemon? What’s your favorite pairing of citrus and berry?

P.s. If you would like more delicious pancake recipes, check out my coconut pancake recipe and pumpkin pancakes!

Comments

  1. says

    If you don’t mind, I’d prefer some of each! Though I do have a soft spot for lime with both blackberry and raspberry. You should try sometime, maybe with a sprinkling of unsweetened coconut in the batter as well! We made a blackberry lime sorbet last year — ooooh so good. [Find out anything further about your PBSC donation?]

    Cheers and best wishes on the closet,

    *Heather*

  2. says

    Mmm… pancakes are my very favorite morning treat, especially when they have blackberries in them. I must say though, I am a sucker for the classic raspberry-lemon combo. It’s just too irresistible!

  3. says

    I’m late to this post, but I think your pancakes are gorgeous. I think I’d prefer blackberry orange to rasberry lemon. I just love citrus in baked goods, and every morning for breakfast I require at least one orange.
    Your blog is beautiful. I love your photos, they’re all so full of light!

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