As a graduate from a fine liberal arts college, I don’t normally begin my sentences with “y’all” unless it’s really really good. But seriously.
Y’all. I just made the best pancakes ever. And I’ve had a lot of pancakes, as my dad is a self-proclaimed expert pancake-maker. And I have to share the love. If you don’t like peanut butter or chocolate, then stop reading here (and cry a little bit, because you’re really missing out).
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Pancakes
Bisquick (cheating, I know, but it won’t be plain old bisquick by the time we’re done); eggs, milk, baking powder, sugar, vanilla extract, natural creamy peanut butter, chocolate chips
Prepare bisquick as directed (2 cups bisquick, 1 cup milk, 2 eggs), adding a couple pinches of baking powder, a dash of sugar and vanilla extract, two tablespoons of peanut butter, and a generous amount of chocolate chips. I didn’t measure accurately (except the milk and bisquick), so there’s a little wiggle room here. Sorry. I hate washing a million different measuring spoons and cups, so I guesstimate. Mix all of these wonderful ingredients together, and cook like you would any other pancake. I like big old pancakes, so I use about half a cup of batter per pancake, which we got 8 pancakes out of. The peanut butter makes the pancakes cook a little differently, you won’t see the usual bubbles when the pancake needs to be flipped, so keep your eye on these bad boys.
Enjoy! In large quantities!