Today is my one year anniversary with Rick! (xoxo) One of the things we have in common is our undying passion for food. It seems only fitting that this day should be celebrated by creating some truly epic pancakes. I'm sure I'm not the first person to come up with chocolate pancakes, but maybe those of you reading this blog have never tried to make them. I think there comes a time in everyone's life when you need to have chocolate pancakes for breakfast. And when that time comes, I hope you'll top them with peanut butter sauce, bananas, and real Canadian maple syrup.
I'd love to give you the recipe for these pancakes, except that I never use a recipe when I'm making pancakes. I'll do my best to approximate, and you can go from there or just adapt your favourite pancake recipe to add chocolatey goodness. Be warned that this is in no way a precise recipe, but I've included approximate quantities for those of you who like to measure things.
makes 2 generous servings
~ 1 cup flour
~ 2 tbsp sugar
~ 2 tsp baking powder
~ 3-4 tbsp cocoa
~ 1 tsp vanilla
enough non-dairy milk to reach desired pancake thickness
(I would also have added ~1/4 cup of minichips if I had some on hand)
Mix, fry, and top with bananas & peanut butter sauce (strawberries/raspberries & chocolate sauce would be pretty awesome too).
Peanut Butter Sauce is a staple in our house for pancakes and crepes because we're both obsessed with peanut butter. Simply take a few good dollops of peanut butter and thin it out with some soy milk, a little at a time until you get a nice creamy sauce. Add honey, maple syrup or agave nectar to sweeten to taste. Yummmm!!!