Recipe by ramie7224
"This is a sweet and slightly gooey chocolate pancake that is great with fresh fruit."
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1 1/4 cups
unsweetened cocoa powder
eggs, at room temperature
1 1/4 cups
semisweet chocolate chips
I don't know why previous commenters are saying that this batter is thin and runny. Other than adding a tbsp of baking powder (as I prefer fluffy pancakes) and an extra tbsp of sugar since I didn't have chocolate chips on hand, I followed the recipe to the letter and the batter was the perfect thickness for scooping and pouring. I lowered the heat on my frying pan to medium low and these pancakes cooked up fluffy and perfect very quickly (2-3 minutes on the first side; 1 minute after flipping). My kids loved them, comparing them to having chocolate cake for breakfast. I gave them 4 stars only because I had to add the baking powder. I will definitely make these again.
Dense, thin and took forever to cook. Also, they did not taste chocolately at all.
OMGosh! This pancake was the best I ever had! I made no alterations and the recipe is perfect! The pancakes were light and fluffy, it had the right amount of sweetness and the chocolate chips just made them even more heavenly...my daughter (8) said they tasted like brownies! I served with raspberry sauce, blackberries and confectioner sugar! The BEST! This is a keeper. THX
Not good. They were VERY thin and dense. I was really disappointed.
I added about 1 Tsp of baking powder. Used both white and chocolate chips. We really enjoyed these. We made them for brunch on Saturday. The kids LOVED them and my oldest daughter wants these for her birthday sleepover breakfast coming up soon. Thank you.
These had more of a crepe texture rather than pancakes to me. The batter was very thin. I made some with the chocolate chips and some without. The ones without the chocolate chips were not very flavorful. These might be good with some whipped cream, but I don't think they'll become a staple in my kitchen.
I thought it was very tasty. I had to add a little more flour to thicken it up a bit. And I used the suggestion of 1 TBSP Baking Powder. I used real 85% dark chocolate and chopped it up and I heated up some raspberry preserves and used that as a topper. I also tried maple syrup, but the raspberry preserves are the way to go.
My picky 2 year old requested chocolate pancakes for lunch, so I turned to this recipe. In an attempt to bulk it up a bit, I added a mashed, over ripe banana, added a couple scoops of flaxseed and omitted the butter. I think I also added some cinnamon. I also didn't have any chocolate chips, and figured we could do without the added sugar anyway. I thought the batter was very thin, but it cooked up nicely. Not a fluffy pancake by any means, but tasty for sure! Not quite as thin as a crepe, but not quite as fluffy as a traditional pancake. They were a hit with all the kids.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 154
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