Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Chocolate Chip Pancakes Recipe

Chocolate Chip pancakes made in the sandwich maker

Pancakes have been around for hundreds of years. The first time the word pancakes became in print was clear back in 1430. Isn't that neat to learn that we humans still make and eat some of the same foods? Granted we have changed some of the ingredients. Yet, honey is still used to this day to drizzle over the pancake by many people.

Pancakes For Lunch And Dinner!

My family loves pancakes. It is a go-to meal for many occasions. We don't eat pancakes only for breakfast. No, we eat pancakes as meals for lunch and dinner too. To cook them up fast with less mess of not as many dishes to clean. I make them using a sandwich maker. As the pancakes can be held and dipped into syrup, honey or whatever topping you choose. 

Pancake Batter In The Making

I mix the pancakes to the thickness my family enjoys.

I add the chocolate chips in at the very end. I gently mix them in. 

I add the chocolate chip pancake batter to the sandwich maker. The batter will spread around while baking to form a triangle in the sandwich maker.

Chocolate Chip Pancake Recipe


2 cups Flour
2 TBS Stevia or another sugar alternative
1/2 tsp Sea salt
1/2 tsp Baking soda
2 Eggs
2 TBS Olive Oil
1 tsp Vanilla
1 1/2 cups Cashew Milk


1. I plug in the sandwich maker to heat up while I prepare the pancake batter. 
2. I mix all the dry ingredients in one bowl. 
3. I add the egg, olive oil, and vanilla. 
4. I slowly add in the cashew milk.  I don't worry about getting all the lumps out. As they will bake out.
5. I slowly add the chocolate chips to the batter.
6. I use a ladle and place one full ladle of pancake mix on each side of the sandwich maker. Some people like to spray the sandwich maker with olive oil first to prevent sticking. I don't. As I already added olive oil to the batter.
7. Pancakes are done when golden brown. It is roughly three minutes. If you are not used to baking with a sandwich maker, I would test the pancakes by cutting into one to see if they are done. 
8. Repeat process till all pancake batter is made.
9. To keep pancakes warm till all are made, cover with a paper towel or kitchen hand towel.


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