28 Reviews

This was really good. It did take us around 21 minutes to fully bake it, but the result was good. We used a pint of fresh blueberries and bisquick. Next time we will sprinkle some sugar on top of the fruit because it wasn't sweet enough for us even with syrup (although maybe strawberries wouldn't need them because they are so sweet anyway). Thanks for the recipe!

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Kohtzy June 30, 2007

We went houseboating with friends this past weekend and I thought I'd try out this recipe so I didn't have to stand by the stove and flip enough pancakes for 10 adults! I used Clabber Girl pancake mix to make 3 different types of "pancakes": blueberry, peach and strawberry. I took the advice of another reviewer and sprinkled the fruit with sugar before adding the pancake mix. I found that these took around 24 minutes to bake, but, then again, I was using an oven on a houseboat - probably not as good as the ones at home! These were wonderful and it kept me out of the kitchen and in the sunshine! Thanks, ms bold!

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AnnieLynne June 20, 2007

What a great idea. This is easy to make and carefree! I've made this with blueberries (served w/ homemade blueberry syrup), apple + golden raisins, peaches, and bananas. My hubby especially likes the peaches. Dusted w/ a little powdered sugar on top.

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Carmen3946 March 27, 2007

This was very easy and good. I used heart healthy bisquick and fresh blueberries. I sprinkled just a little sugar and cinnamon on top of the blueberries before putting the batter on top of that. Tasted great cold the next morning, too.

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Chef Schellies August 20, 2006

This was perfect for a lazy Sunday morning breakfast. I followed the directions exactly, and it was wonderful. Very versatile since you can use whatever fruit you have on hand. Thanks for posting the recipe!

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GaylaJ January 15, 2006

This was so good. It was easy to put together also. I used fresh blueberries. It was sweet enough to not need syrup, but we put a little whipped cream on top. Thanks!

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Izzieboo July 31, 2005

My 4 y/o loved this; very easy too. I had some fresh blueberries on hand and used those. Thanks for posting!

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TheDancingCook August 22, 2004

Very, Very Good. We enjoyed this so much. I printed your recipe & left it on the counter & when I woke up DH was making it. It was an excellent breakfast. I hope he makes it again!!!! Thanks sbsbea

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Boca Pat January 30, 2004

Simple, easy and versitile. I did this for dinner with a salad and a couple of veggies. I cut up preserved peaches and they worked like a charm. Almost tasted like an upside down cake!! There was no need for syrup as this was sweet enough for me. Thanks sbsbea

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Tebo January 19, 2004

This is so good we've had it twice this weekend. The 1st time I followed the directions exactly. I must say although it tasted great it didn't look that pretty.It has a nice buttery flavor that I didn't even bother to cover up with syrup.Today I sauteed some apples and cinnamon in butter and used those to make this recipe. Wow was it ever good!We will definately be making this again. Thanks for the recipe.

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Indiana Debbie January 04, 2004
Upside-Down Blueberry Pancake