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December 13th 2008
archived under: Breakfast, Meatless, Recipes, Step by Step Recipes

Every Sunday, my dad used to make a yummy homemade breakfast for all of us, and we’d gather in the kitchen for some nice family time. It was awesome, and man… that guy can make some breakfast! Sometimes it was waffles or french toast, but probably the most frequent (and my favorite) was chocolate chip pancakes (with lil’ smokies breakfast sausages…mmm). This isn’t his recipe, but it’s durned good.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

First, dump 3 cups of flour into a bowl.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

And add 6 Tablespoons of sugar.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

Then throw in 1/4 teaspoon of salt and 2 Tablespoons of baking powder.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

Mix mix mix.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

In a measuring cup, mix 1 cup of milk and 1/3 cup canola oil (or other veggie oil). Beat in 3 eggs, then combine with the dry ingredients.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

You can pour slowly and dramatically if you want.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

Stir it up and decide if it’s battery enough (haha battery) for you. It wasn’t.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

Add milk until it’s the right texture for you. Some people like thicker pancakes and other people like thinner ones, but this is a pretty good middle…

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

Once your pan is heated over medium heat, spoon in some pancakes.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

And when they get nice and puffy and have bubbles rising to the top like this…

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

It’s time to flip them!

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

I made a couple sets of plain ones for hubs, who likes to drizzle syrup on his.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

Well… is this still called drizzling?

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

Eh, I think it’s more like glopping. He likes to glop the syrup on his!

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

I don’t like anything on mine, unless it’s that spray whipped cream from a can like my dad used to do for us sometimes. But I like mine with CHOCOLATE CHIPS IN THEM.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

I’ve found that if I mix the chips into the batter, they all sink to the bottom, and I get weird varying amounts of chips in each pancake, so I just sprinkle them on after spooning the batter into the pan.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

Help yourself!

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

Why thank you. I think I will!

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

The perfect breakfast for a lazy weekend morning.

How to make pancakes / chocolate chip pancakes

Here’s the recipe, in case you don’t want to print out the whole thing.

Puffy pancakes

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups flour
  • 6 Tablespoons sugar
  • 1/4 tsp. salt
  • 2 Tablespoons baking powder
  • 3 eggs
  • 1/3 cup canola oil
  • 1+ cup milk


Mix the dry ingredients. Mix the wet ingredients. Combine wet and dry ingredients. Add milk if needed. Cook in a pan over medium heat  (or on a griddle if you’re fancy like that). Enjoy!





Nadda (1 comments)

I’ve used the same recipe for years, never memorized it, and lost it. Found this one on Pinterest….thank God! Much better than my old one and my new forever recipe, if I don t lose it😉




Charity Konczal (1 comments)

OMG! These were amazing! I used Soymilk and Splenda. Wow they were delicious. Tomorrow is my birthday and I’ve really been wanting a good pancake and these were perfect! Thanks!




abi (1 comments)

great recipe! tried them without eggs and tasted just as good!




D (1 comments)

Hi there,

Thanks for your recipe! I’m a pretty inexperienced cook and was trying out for a small batch to see how it works so I did 1/3 of everything you mentioned. But my pancakes turned out rather weird tasting (somewhat bitter and soapy). Texture is fine though! Any advice?




A (1 comments)

The only thing I can think of is your baking powder. Did you forget to decrease the amount? Or did you maybe use baking soda instead?




Henritta Gomez (1 comments)

What a wonderful recipe… I love it.. Thank you…




Paola (1 comments)

been looking for pancake recipes all over, yours is my favorite. i just tried it




Samie (1 comments)

Great recipe!




Tiny (2 comments)

OMG YUMMY az thnkq soo much 4dat 2u n ur dad they were very njoy my kids n mokos jus chowd dem dwn n i was lucky 2gt 1, so when they all lft th table wif happy tummies I had 2make up anather batch & what I also did s made 1half of plain n other half threw n chokchpyz, big mistake kids n mokos came back so stl yt 2try th chippy1, to b continued!! ;-) :-(




Emma (1 comments)

OH MY GOODNESS PLEASE LEARN TO TYPE PROPERLY. YOU’RE AN ADULT AND I AM A TEENAGER AND I CAN TYPE BETTER THAN YOU. I CAN BARELY UNDERSTAND. YOU’RE THE MOST ANNOYING PERSON I’VE EVER MET BECAUSE YOU TYPE LIKE THAT




Laine (1 comments)

Emma get a life. You sincerely need one. Lalaine. :-)




Tiny (2 comments)

I haven’t made dem yt but ill sure b chucking out 2days weigh me dwn f I can even call dem pancakes jus to give this ago, jus frm readn a lot of gr8 comments bar 1 there’s jus no plzn n every1 but I’m really lokn 4ward to makin these n thee mrnn. 2b continued!! ;-)




Aini Bakar (1 comments)

thanks for sharing and good tips from others too




Keets (1 comments)

I have never been able to make a good fluffy pancake. They have always been to heavy. This recipe is wonderful! I used Ener-G Egg Replacer for the eggs and soy milk instead of cow’s milk due to DD’s dairy and egg allergy. The pancakes were light and fluffy. DD loved them at breakfast then had the leftovers for lunch. Thanks for sharing this terrific recipe. Love the pictures too.




sachin ramsawak (1 comments)

when i see this i start to get hungry




Zhang (1 comments)

hi, i love your recipe but it’s kinda hard when the pancake is cold.




Sandra (2 comments)

Amazing pancakes! No more bisquick for me! Thanks for the recipe. It was very easy. The pancakes turned out so fluffy. I added a teaspoon of vanilla. Also, I didn’t have enough oil so I added some “I can’t believe it’s not butter” vegatable oil spread. It was a lot of batter but that’s a plus to a mother of two little ones because now I can make pancakes this week without any effort. Only problem is… They are so wonderful it’s going to be hard for me not to eat pancakes every day. I already ate them for breakfast and dinner yesterday. I love pancakes but they are not part of my clean diet. I guess I better get on the elliptical.




Sandra (2 comments)

Just made these again today. This time I used 1/3 oil and no butter. I have to say they were good but not as good as when I used butter. Last time I ran out of oil so I used butter and those turned out amazing.




ken (1 comments)

For the chocolate chips version, I put some chocolate chips into a measuring cup (like 1/3 cup size) then scoop battery into, mix it up a little and pour into the skillet. The advantage is that all chips are coated – never hit the heat, which makes them soft and gooey rather than “fried”.




Dominik (1 comments)

I am really astounded by these pancakes and are the best ones I have found online but I have yet to try out the recipe with chocolate chips and without a doubt I know they’ll be delicious. And this proves that anyone can cook because I am actually 12 years old and I make them for my family all the time and they can’t get enough!




Karen (1 comments)

This was the best pancake recipe I’ve come across! Thank you very much! :D they came out big & deliciouse!




Tarcio (1 comments)

Veeeeery fluffy! Love it!




S (1 comments)

Thaaaanks!




Leanne (1 comments)

Thanks so much for the recipe! The pancakes came out great. It made A LOT, though so I think I’ll be eating chocolate chip pancakes for about a week. I don’t really have a problem with that. Thanks again!




Eve (2 comments)

I found this recipe 3 years ago, and I will get stop saying THANKS! it´s the best pancake recipe ever!




Eve (2 comments)

sorry my keyboard mistake, I meant tha I will never stop saying THANKS, thanks one more time! :D :D :D




elsie (1 comments)

thats awesome….am definately trying it out tomorrow….Thanks alot.




Christiana (1 comments)

We usually make thin, pathetic British pancakes so i though we should try something different. This recipe is brilliant. Using it from now on :)




Lauren (2 comments)

this recipe is absolutely repugnant. the pancakes are way too thick and they do not cook all the way through. stay away!




Lauren (2 comments)

this recipe is absolutely repugnant. the pancakes are way too thick and they do not cook all the way through.




shagun (1 comments)

if your pancakes are too thick then you should add some more milk to the batter. obviously !




sara (1 comments)

thank you sooooooooooo much for showing me the recipe if it wasn’t you i will not even know to to bake anything tank u sooo much




Laura (1 comments)

Hi, I love this recipe- the first time I made it it turned out perfectly- but I had lots left over.. I’ve tried two times since then to reduce the measurements but it’s just turned out differently.. can you help me? thanks :)




fatma (1 comments)

thanks for the recipe ! I love the chocolate chips in them




N'dea (1 comments)

Are the choclate chips supposed to be semi sweet ot unsweetened?




Carrie (1 comments)

Thanks for the recipe! I needed to add about 3/4 to 1 cup more of milk than the recipe called for (just eyeballed it), to make the batter less doughy and more battery. I also added a tsp. Vanilla to the wet ingredients. These pancakes turned out fluffy and perfect. Thanks again!




Jaklie Greenberg (1 comments)

Thank you for the most unbelievable pancake reciepe. Truly the best of the best. What a good idea to sprinkle the chocolat chip on top while cooking. I just had to add another 1/2 cup of milk to the batter. I could not thank you enough. Your reciepe was a gift to me, thank you again, Jackie




Patty (1 comments)

Oh my gosh! I’ve just discovered your blog, I love the recipe and the nostalgia that goes with it. I’ll be going back to past blogs and come forward to the present time to see what other wonderful recipes you’ve posted. Thank you for such a happy site, I look forward to reading more of what you’ve written.
Patty
For JIM (the comment above mine) a batch with 3 cups of flour should feed two adults and two children just fine, unless somebody’s really hungry.




Jim (2 comments)

How many servings does it make?




Jim (2 comments)

With your recipe are the cakes really thick, because I looking to make thick one’s?




Amanda (1 comments)

I know this is an old post, but I stumbled across it and wanted to let you know that you can mix the chips into the batter. My trick is to mix the chips into the dry ingredients so they get coated with flour. Then add wet ingredients. It keeps the chips from sinking to the bottom!
Same trick works for adding blueberries, and for adding anything to cakes, cookies, or muffins.




CookieJar (1 comments)

I just made this 10 minutes ago & it taste dayumm awesomee




:-) (1 comments)

how many servings does it make?




Megan (1 comments)

I’m going to put nutella on mine yum!!! These look REALLY nice!!! :)




sandy (1 comments)

this was good




James (1 comments)

Those look AWESOME. Need to go make myself some Chocolate Chip pancakes!




Chedza (1 comments)

These are simple to make, and my brother and I finished them right after I finished flipin them!! <3 them




Brianna (1 comments)

This recipe was so great my little brother kept asking for more!




Keeks (1 comments)

If you take a little time and separate the eggs, whip the whites, and mix the whites in at the end, THEN you will be griddling some fluffy pancakes. That’s the secret and you’ll never eat ‘em any other way once you try it (chocolate or not).




sammy (1 comments)

i just made these while my family were out, now im going to suprise them with these for breakfast tomorrow! brilliant recipe, and a great way of showing it through pictures. cant wait to make them again




HON File Cabinet Key (1 comments)

Oh!…that's great helpful, it's so right to me! Million thanks for the article,




Hudson File Cabinet Keys (1 comments)

This is so interested! Where can I find more like this?




lele (1 comments)

i wuz just with lulu makin them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! perfect sleepover breakfast lmreo :-)




lu lu (1 comments)

were makin dem rit now yumm




alia (2 comments)

I LOVE LOOKING AT RECIPES LIKE THIS!!!!!! you tell us the instructions together with the photos of it. GOOD JOB! POST MOREEEE RECIPES PLEASEEEEEEE!




alia (2 comments)

I LOVE LOOKING AT RECIPES LIKE THIS!!!!!! you tell us the instructions together with the photos of it. GOOD JOB! POST MOREEEE RECIPES PLEASEEEEEEE!




MadeLikeMom (48 comments)

You are so right! They were very fluffy! Landon loved them… I did tweak the recipe a little bit: using whole wheat flour instead of white, a little splash of lemon juice, and I divided all the ingredients in half and used 2 eggs. They were delicious!! Landon's had a layer of bananas baked in (spoon some batter on the griddle, top with thinly sliced bananas, then spoon another thin layer of batter on top of the bananas) and mine had chocolate chips! delicious all around!




JoyfulAbode (953 comments)

You know, I've heard of people using sodas in baking all the time… I guess it's the carbonation that helps, more than anything else, but I'd personally want to stay away from the extra sugar/corn syrup/aspartame (depending on what you use). These are super-fluffy without any soda!




MadeLikeMom (48 comments)

they look delicious! I will tell you a family secret we have been using for years in our house: a splash of 7up and lemon juice…. sounds a little weird, but my grandfather's uncle invented 7up so we use it in everything… and it makes them light and fluffy and incredible!!! And they are still amazing with chocolate chips!

Well, I know what Landon is getting for breakfast!!!




Holley (1 comments)

i like your twitter name :DDDDD but does it mean like your mom made or like you maid or it something to do with lemonade? (:




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that shit look good




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indie (1 comments)

omg me and my famliy are soo hungry and i have nothing to make but i think i no know!!!




Jelly (1 comments)

what kind of flour do you use?




Joyful Abode (953 comments)

All-purpose flour works fine.




Claudia (1 comments)

YUM!!!!!
I am in a top chef thing for school and my round is battle pancake, and I have spent ages looking for a good recipe, and I have finally found it!!!
THANK-YOU!!




Joyful Abode (953 comments)

Wow, Claudia, that sounds like fun! Good luck in your battle. I hope you win! Let me know. :)




Emily (1 comments)

I made these this weekend….absolutely wonderful.

Although I used chocolate chips and then covered them in syrup.




Mehreen (1 comments)

wow! this recipe was simply delicious! i tried it for an evening and night time dessert today – turned out exactly as in the pictures! i added bananas to the mixture (plus choc chips), served it with ice cream and a lil plum sauce, and did it vanish fast!




UK Foodie (1 comments)

That’s breakfast sorted tomorrow, they look good – thanks for sharing!




Jazz (1 comments)

hey thank you so much im going to use this recipe for mothers day many thanks for your easy to understand instructions and pictures.
also my mum will thank you :P
byeee. from jazz




Rachel C. (1 comments)

I made these this morning and they’re the fluffiest pancakes I’ve ever made! I made some plain ones and some with chocolate chips. They were so yummy! Thanks for the great recipe :)




Meredith (1 comments)

I suggest using the large chips and pushing them slightly down into the batter during cooking and smoothing over the tops. That way they hide in the center and they never burn! Corn (cooked kernels) is also a great addition!




Kirsten (1 comments)

mmmmm! those look delicious!
one way to keep your chocolate chips (or anything else ie. blueberries!) from sinking to the bottom of your batter is to lightly dust them in flour first. works like a charm!




Saige (1 comments)

Yuuuuummmmmmyyyyyy! Your humor is so like mine. I laughed with you. thanks for that this morning. :)




deliciouss(: (1 comments)

aaahhhh!!!!!!!!!! omggg these are truly wonderful! , thank you(:
sincerlyy ,
a very happy pancake eaterr(:




Joyful Abode (953 comments)

Evelyn, I think the last time I made them I tried to actually measure the real amount of milk I put into the batter…it was a bit over 2 cups I think. (Cup = measuring cup. I’m not sure what you mean by “how big the cup is”) Short answer? No. You just add milk until the batter is the right consistency.




Evelyn (1 comments)

Does it matter how big the cup of milk is?




Chris (1 comments)

Thank you for the lessons. I somehow made it to age 46 burning the pancakes every single time I made them. Yours turned out perfectly. My kids adore me (for today anyhow). Oh, and the semisweet/white swirled chips totally rock in these.




sara angel (1 comments)

i love pancakes! chocolate chip ones remind me of when i was little and i’d spend the night at my grandmas. have a great new year!




Lori Ann (4 comments)

Thanks for sharing the link. I linked to this post on simplemakes (see at http://www.simplemakes.com/2008/12/last-minute-links-holiday-gifts-foods.html).

Thanks for the post :-) Any comments on mine will be much appreciated! :-)




Sam (1 comments)

I love pancakes too, though in the UK I would call these Scotch Pancakes or Drop Scones. I wrote a blog post a while back about my own favourite pancake based breakfast: http://alwaysthecritic.typepad.com/atc/2008/12/scotch-pancakes-drop-scones.html

I’ll be honest – yours look better than mine!




Joyful Abode (953 comments)

Fati, All-purpose flour is good!




Fati (1 comments)

My god these look absolutely mouth watering.

What kind of flour are you supposed to use?




Katie (17 comments)

I like banana pancakes myself (and for a treat, I add the chocolate chips). I generally put in 1 overripe banana per 1-2 cups of dry ingredients. So delicious!




linda p (1 comments)

fun! i saw this on LJ and was inspired to make some chocolate chip pancakes too. (i added a little over 1/2 tsp vanilla and 1/4 tsp cinammon to the batter just to sweeten it a bit). delicious!




Rachel (1 comments)

These are the most awesome fluffy pancakes I have seen in a long time! Sweet little puffs with chocolate in them….must try making sometime :)




Kim Rakes (1 comments)

so i mean, could you share any more of a perfect christmas breakfast recipe with us all? MMMMMM!!!




Jen (Modern Beet) (1 comments)

yum! I was puttering around my house this morning, and decided to check out tastespotting when I stumbled on your post. Anyways, within about 15 minutes of reading this, I enjoyed some super fluffy, delicious chocolate chip pancakes! They were super easy, and I am quite sure I will be making them again in the near future. Thanks!




gaga (2 comments)

What beautiful pancakes. I haven’t made pancakes in ages. I especially like the addition of chocolate chips, who doesn’t love chocolate?




megan (1 comments)

Woah, your pancakes look awesome! THanks for the step-by-step photos and recipe. Definitely trying this next time I make pancakes :)




Edie (22 comments)

Those chocolate chip pancakes are making me drool! My mom, my brother, and his family are coming to my house Christmas Eve to exchange gifts. We’re going to wear our pj’s, eat breakfast food, and pretend it’s Christmas morning so I think these pancakes will definitely be on the menu!




Brook (7 comments)

MMMMMMMMmmmmmmmmm these looks yummy!!!






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