This Raspberry Chocolate Pancakes Recipe screams "easy!"
These pancakes are out of this world for kids, and those who are kids at heart!
Whether you are looking for Pancakes to make for kids on Pancake Day, or ANY day - you have found an easy recipe here!
When it come to pancakes, one of my favourite combinations is "chocolate and raspberries", and this recipe brings them together in truly scrumptious pancakes that are really the easiest pancakes to make -- using a store-purchased pancake!
You can use fresh OR frozen berries for this recipe, and, of course, if you prefer or have on hand blackberries, or blueberries, or sliced strawberries - they can easily be substituted for the raspberries!
pancake mix (purchased)
fresh or frozen raspberries (or ANY other berries of your choice!)
semi-sweet chocolate chips
Prepare the pancake mix as directed on the packaging label.
Stir in the desired amount of chocolate chips.
Gently stir in the raspberries, being careful not to crush them too much.
Spoon 1/4 cup of batter onto a preheated, greased griddle.
Cook until bubbles appear on the surface and turn.
When pancakes are golden brown, and thoroughly cooked, transfer to an oven proof plate and keep warm at 200° F until ready to serve. (That way you can all enjoy the scrumptious pancakes together!)
Serve with warm maple syrup or raspberry sauce.
Making homemade pancakes for the kids doesn't get much easier that that ;)