Easily the best breakfast recipe. Chocolate Chip Pancakes topped with sticky syrup and whipped cream, the breakfast of champions.
Does breakfast get much better than fluffy pancakes with chocolate chips and topped with whipped cream. I don't think so!
Pancakes are my families all time favorite breakfast and usually what we are eating on Saturday morning. Any leftovers my kids are eating for lunch =)
Make sure you have these yummy pancakes on the skillet this weekend!
How to make Chocolate Chip Pancakes:
Pancakes are super easy to make, even if you don't have a boxed pancake mix in your pantry! Mix a few ingredients together you probably already have in your cabinets, and then you got some homemade pancakes!
Add some Chocolate Chips to the batter, and you have yourself a very sweet and tasty breakfast!
- Flour - All purpose flour or Baking Flour is best
- Baking Powder
- Baking Soda
- Milk - I used skim milk, but you can use any kind you want.
- Butter - melted
- Chocolate Chips
- Optional Toppings: Chocolate Chips, Syrup, and Whipped Cream
Step One: Sift together flour, baking powder, baking soda, and sugar.
Step Two: In a separate bowl beat egg then add milk and melted butter. Now mix together wet and dry ingredients.
Step Three: Heat a frying pan with a small amount of butter. When your pan is at a heated up pour a small amount of batter, about ¼ cup. Sprinkle on chocolate chips.
Step Four: When you see bubbles forming on your pancake it's ready to be flipped!
Step Five: Cook each side until fully cooked. Top with syrup or whipped cream and enjoy.
These pancakes are so tasty and you will really enjoy them.
The kids will love them, and you know they are getting a filling breakfast to start the day.
The best thing is, they do not take a long time to make! Pour your syrup, get a cup of coffee, and enjoy!
How do I prevent my chocolate chips from burning?
One thing to note in these directions are that I do not mix my chocolate chips in the batter.
The reason for that is, if the chips touch the hot frying pan, they will burn.
What you want to do is have the chips on the side, and when you put your pancake down, and the initial sear and cook of the frying pan starts, you then add your chips to the top of the pancake.
This will prevent them from burning on the bottom longer cook, and when you flip the pancake, they will just melt perfectly!
What should I cook my pancakes on?
A griddle will give you a great even heat source to allow the pancakes to cook perfectly!
Try some of my other pancake recipes:
Blueberry Pancakes - The best breakfast recipe. These Blueberry Pancakes and Homemade Blueberry Syrup are perfect for weekend breakfast with the family.
Pumpkin Pancakes - These Pumpkin Pancakes are perfect for fall mornings. I could eat pumpkin spice all day long and I'll be eating these every morning breakfast this fall.
Two Ingredient Pancakes - This 2 Ingredient Pancake recipe is so easy to make and taste great. If you have that pancake craving but want to skip in the carbs try this.
I would love for you to follow along and discover more amazing recipes.
Show me what you are making, tag us or use hashtag #TDOARH
Chocolate Chip Pancakes
- 1 cup flour
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- ½ teaspoon baking soda
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1 large egg
- 1 cup milk (more as needed)
- 1 tablespoon butter (melted)
- ½ cup chocolate Chips
- Optional: top with more chocolate chips, syrup, and whipped cream.
- Sift together flour, baking powder, baking soda, and sugar. In a separate bowl beat egg then add milk and melted butter. Now mix together wet and dry ingredients.
- Heat a frying pan with a small amount of butter. When your pan is at a heated up pour a small amount of batter, about ¼ cup. Sprinkle on chocolate chips.
- When you see bubbles forming on your pancake it's ready to be flipped!
- Cook each side until fully cooked. Top with syrup or whipped cream and enjoy.