These pancakes were wonderful!! So full of chocolate flavor. I didn't have chocolate squares so I used cocoa powder. I melted the butter and added 9 tablespoons of the cocoa powder which is the equivelence(sp?) of 3 squares of chocolate. The batter was a little thick. I think next time I make these I will use more milk. I think I will also cut the recipe in half because this recipe makes a lot of batter. Thanks Kree for a great recipe
Oh my goodness! These were incredible! I added White Chocolate chips in for a little contrast and flavor. They were perfect!!! My DD and I gobbled them up faster then we probably should have, but my DH wasn't as thrilled to be having chocolate for breakfast. That just means more for the girls! :-) I did have some batter left over - can you beleive it?? - and I made them into rectangle pancakes so I could make ice cream sandwiches with them. I have no doubts that my DH will eat them that way. The recipe was a little more time consuming than my regular pancake recipe, but certainly well worth it. This will be great for special occasions...like breakfast. My one problem with the recipe was that I didn't know when to add the milk. When I got to step 9, I added the rest of the ingredients except the milk - so I thought that it had been accidently left out. I didn't see that it was hidden in step 11. As you can tell though, the pancakes turned out great even though I added the milk in the wrong place. Thank you for this recipe - it was so good!
I printed and showed this recipe to DD#3 a couple days ago and asked her how she thought it sounded. Obviously good enough that she grabbed the recipe and headed for the kitchen to make them immediately. I suggested to her that rather than cooking them like pancakes, she bake them in the waffle iron as I suspected they would be similar to my waffle iron cookies, and that she could serve them as a dessert following dinner. It's a wonder we didn't all spoil our appetites because none of us waited until after dinner to try them. Although they didn't make it far enough to be topped with anything, I can definitely see where they would make lovely ice cream sandwiches, one of my favorite summer time treats. Thanks for sharing Kree!
Holy Cow Good! Unbelievably rich, and topped it with Fresh Berry Syrup Fresh Berry Syrup (used blackberries). I also sub'd buttermilk for milk and separated and whipped the egg whites - which made them super light and fluffy. I did let the chocolate cool too much and had to re-heat on the double boiler when I added the other wet ingredients.
We love these! The second time we made them we added 2 mashed bananas to the step 9, Delicious!
Wow! I knew they were good when my husband (who hates pancakes) had seconds and thirds! My kids all had seconds, too. I made chocolate berry syrup for hubby and the kids ate them with karo syrup. But I liked them best with nothing on them at all. These are wonderful! Definitely a keeper. Thanks, Kree!
Oh man are these terrific!! I added chocolate and peanut butter chips, and they were like a delicious dessert:). I have to say with my add-ins they were very rich and noone could eat more than one!