My San Francisco Kitchen’s Chocolate Chip Pancakes

So it has been a longggg time since I’ve last posted because for the past two weeks I’ve been sick, busy, and not much in the mood to cook or post. But with my sniffles going away and my appetite returning I’ve been back in the kitchen. This Sunday I tried my next pancake recipe-it’s an addiction.

This time it was chocolate chip pancakes from My San Francisco Kitchen (recipe at: http://www.mysanfranciscokitchen.com/best-chocolate-chip-pancakes/ )

Since the recipe said it served two I halved the recipe-but in my experience it actually made 2 servings when you halved the original recipe, so I think the original (depending on how much you eat) is more of a 3-4 person serving size.

To start off I melted 1 1/2 tbsp of butter, then I added the dry ingredients (2 tsp baking powder, 1/4 tsp salt, 1 tbsp granulated sugar, and 3/4 cup of flour)

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Then after mixing that together I added 1/2 tsp vanilla, 1 cup of half-and-half (I had run out of milk), 1 egg, and 1 tbsp of water.

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I stirred until it was incorporated. I wasn’t able to get all the lumps out, and since I was hungry and lazy I decided it didn’t matter.

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Then in a skillet over medium heat (put a tiny bit of oil on the bottom) I dolloped the batter, sprinkled on top some chocolate chips,  and flipped when the top bubbled. Immediately upon removal I topped with butter.

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To serve I added some syrup (I’m a glutton for sugary items) but I would advise serving topped with powdered sugar and a big glass of milk.

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Review: Delicious, easy recipe, could substitute other things such as blueberries for the chocolate chips.

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