Montana Huckleberry Pancakes

Making Huckleberry Pancakes on the grill while glamping at The Resort at Paws Up in Montana, The Taste Edit
Enjoing a Montana Morning with coffee at the custom made to order breakfast at The Resort at Paws Up in Montana while Glamping, The Taste Edit


Something that we already miss about glamping at The Resort at Paws Up is waking up on a chilly morning and walking over to the camp pavilion for a delicious breakfast cooked to order. They make everything  on the grill and can pretty much make anything you want, from a custom omelet to these freshly made huckleberry pancakes. Two of our favorite things were their spicy jalapeno cheddar sausage from Kalispell, and the huckleberry pancakes.


The Resort at Paws Up Montana Glamping eating Huckleberry Pancakes, The Taste Edit
Glamping at The Resort at Paws Up in Montana has the largest tents in North America for Glamping, The Taste Edit San Francisco
Huckleberry Pancakes are the fluffiest pancakes perfect for camping or enjoying breakfast, from The Resort at Paws Up Montana Glamping, The Taste Edit


These are some of the fluffiest pancakes we’ve ever had. Topped with huckleberry syrup – the best! Thankfully, Executive Chef Ben Jones has shared the recipe with us. If you can’t find huckleberries, you could substitute blueberries. Give it a try! It’s the perfect way to start out the day before a whirlwind day of adventure of horseback riding or fly fishing.

Other breakfasts that we love to make include Lemon Poppyseed SconesFrench Toast with Ricotta Whipped Cream, or Kahlua Banana French Toast.

Huckleberry Pancakes
  • 4 cups flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 4 teaspoons baking powder
  • 2 teaspoons baking soda
  • 4 eggs
  • 3 cups whole milk
  • ½ cup sugar in the raw (Turbinado)
  • ¾ cup vegetable oil
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla paste
  • 2 cups huckleberries
  • 2 cups granola
  • butter for grilling
  • Huckleberry Syrup, for serving
  1. Mix together all of the ingredients (except for the berries and granola).
  2. Heat a skillet or griddle. Add butter to the griddle, once slightly melted, add batter to the griddle to make a 4 inch pancake.
  3. Add 1 Tablespoon of huckleberries and 1 Tablespoon of granola to each pancake.
  4. Once browned on one side, flip and cook until slightly browned on the other side.
  5. To serve top with huckleberry syrup.
Makes 20, 4 inch pancakes



  1. I just finished making these and I feel they have too much baking soda and powder, they have almost a metallic taste to them which isn’t very appetizing. 🙁 I made like 40+ too, oops! 🙈

  2. Dawn, Oh no! I’m so sorry! I checked with Paws Up. The chef who gave us the recipe is no longer there, but they are still making the pancakes and they clarified that it’s a teaspoon not tablespoon of each. Hopefully you can give it another try sometime – maybe try halting the recipe for 10. Sarah

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