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Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pancakes


My 6 year old loves pancakes.  I think between that and muffins, he would never need to eat another breakfast again.  For the longest time he would only eat the frozen ones from the store.  It took me awhile to master homemade pancakes enough for him to request them over the store bought kind.   I did learn a couple tricks to make pancakes super light and fluffy.  First, Buttermilk is key.  I have tried the make your own trick before, and it just isn’t the same.  Could be because I use Skim milk on a daily basis, but I ALWAYS use Buttermilk if I am going to make pancakes.  It isn’t really that expensive, and lasts awhile, so it is a good thing to keep in the fridge.  Second, do not press down on the pancakes after you flip them.  I always did this because they were so thick, but is just makes them tough.  Pancakes that are thick but super light and airy are amazing!  I have even gotten good enough at pancakes, that I can use 1/2 whole wheat flour, 1/2 regular flour and he doesn’t notice! I assume that following these tricks with the box mix will yield the same fluffy results, but I have not tried.

One of my 6 year olds favorite pancakes is chocolate chip.  He ordered them at a local restaurant once, and has never turned back!  The other day I was at Target and they had their chocolate chips on sale, so I stocked up on a variety of them.  Peanut Butter/Milk Chocolate was one of the bags I bought. Why not make pancakes with this mix?  PB and Chocolate is good in everything, right?  YES!!  Instead of normal syrup I melted some peanut butter and chocolate syrup together.  Sinfully delicious.  A tall glass of milk is definitely needed for this breakfast!  This is a great base recipe, feel free to add in whatever is your favorite.

 

Comments

  1. Yes buttermilk is the key!! And I am coming over to your house for breakfast. I’m pretty sure I can handle a stack of those right now!

  2. This is all I need for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and midafternoon tea. I’m a pancake junkie!! :D

  3. These look wonderful! This is my first visit to your blog, so I took some extra time to browse through your earlier posts. I’m so glad I did that. I really like the food and recipes you share with your readers and I’ll definitely be back. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  4. I’m going to make my husband happy and make these on the weekend. Delish!

  5. I love peanut butter chips! I would’ve loved to have these today.

  6. Sigh!!! Your pancake look absolutely fantastic…just wish to have at least one bite right now:) Awesome photo!!!!

  7. Holy moley! Can you say craving? That looks fantastically indulgent!

  8. These look sooooo delicious. I’ve been thinking about making pancakes and your photo convinced me that I just have to make them this weekend. Perfect breakfast any day and especially yummy on a nasty weather weekend.

    Thanks so much for sharing and the inspiration.

  9. Holy cow! This is like dessert all dressed up and disguised as breakfast! Your son is super lucky to get these for breakfast…gorgeous and delicious. Plus PB and chocolate is the best combo in the whole wide world. Yummers!

  10. So, I’m leaving work now to come over and eat all of these!! Hope you’re ok with that!

  11. Peanut butter and chocolate syrup as a topping? I am in love!

  12. What a treat these are, and they are beautifully presented. I will have to try adding peanut butter stuff to my pancakes next time!

  13. These look ridiculously stunning – how can I possibly concentrate on anything else except that peanut butter chocolate combo? I think I’ll add in a couple (a packet) of reese’s pieces into the batter… :D

  14. WHOA!!! Those are like dessert for breakfast. YUM

  15. I’m not a fan of maple syrup pancakes.. but I would eat this simply because it’s my favorite combo of peanut butter and chocolate!! :) It looks like dessert for breakfast. :)

  16. Holy! Breakfast and dessert all in one…yes, please! There is no better combo than pb and chocolate in my mind. Big winner!

  17. When I was younger my mom used to make me waffles slathered with peanut butter and topped with chocolate chips and a generous drizzle of maple syrup. Decadent, and a special occasion kind of breakfast, but I loved them. Nice to see someone agrees that those flavors aren’t only reserved for dessert ;)

  18. Wow, those are definitely a dessert…and a fabulous, homey-looking one at that. I wouldn’t push this away if someone gave me a plate!

  19. These pancakes look so good and fantastic!!!
    Trust me these will be the most asked dish of my family soon… :-)

  20. My daughter is basically made of pancakes and peanut butter and jelly… She’d die for these. But if made them once, she’d want them every single day. And after too long, I wouldn’t be able to resist the temptation to eat two giant stacks! They look absolutely delish!

  21. That stack looks like a wonderful dessert. I would love to wake up to those babies tomorrow. I know you aren’t suppose to pat down the pancake but I just cannot help myself.

  22. Oh my goodness. How decadent and wonderful! I want to be one of your kids!!!!!! just for one day!

  23. I love these! I totally agree, buttermilk makes everything better!

  24. Yum! I’m a recent pancake convert – used to hate ‘em, can’t get enough the last year or so! These look amazing, and I happen to have peanut butter chips in my cupboard…I know what I’m making tomorrow :)

  25. wow, peanut butter and chocolate….+ pancakes, my mouth is drooling right now. The syrup sounds sinful. Thanks for the great idea!

  26. If I could only eat one breakfast item for the rest of my life it would be pancakes. And it’s recipes as AMAZING as this one, that truly feeds this addiction ;) lol I love that you added chips to the pancakes annnnnnddd hit the ball out of the park, with that killer syrup ~yum yum yum.

  27. These look amazing! I want to make them for me, but I suppose I can share with the kids too!

  28. These are delicious! I agree buttermilk is a key to good pancakes. I’ve made my own in a pinch, but I try to have it on hand when I do make them!

  29. YUM! Yes please, I would love these.

  30. Hi Erin! I’m so sorry I’m so behind on all these awesome recipes from you! Finally trying to play catch up! I LOVE pancakes and the thought of having them with chocolate chips and peanut butter might just be the best idea I have ever heard (and seen!)! Sooo going to have to make these soon!

  31. My daddy used to make me chocolate chip pancakes when I was little. It was awesome. I love the addition of peanut butter chips and chocolate syrup!!

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