Who doesn’t love waking up to a fresh plate of blueberry pancakes, or even indulging in them for dessert? They truly are a good of the Gods, and they are so universally loved that they even have their own day! That’s right, Blueberry Pancake Day is a thing. One day of every year you can celebrate the sacred blueberry pancake and give it the love and respect it deserves. Select diners and restaurants participate in the day, serving up extra special, and – of course – extra big, stacks of pancakes oozing with delicious blueberries all day long.
This is one day where you can eat blueberry pancakes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert with no guilt or judgement. Why not check out some recipes and have some fun creating twists on the classic pancake recipe, and be sure to stock up on blueberries for those inevitable second helpings!
From Foodimentary.com: Here are today’s five thing to know about Pancake:
The first ready-mix food to be sold commercially was Aunt Jemima pancake flour introduced in 1889.
Maine produces 99% of all the wild blueberries in the United States, of which 90% are frozen.
The world’s largest pancake breakfast was held in Springfield, MA, in 2012.
It is widely believed that the tradition of pancake races began in 1445 in Olney in Buckinghamshire when a woman was making pancakes but lost track of time.
The highest ever flip was performed by Dominic Cuzzacrea. The pancake reached a height of 9.47 meters (10.3 yards) at the Walden Galleria Mall in Cheektowaga, New York, in November 2010.