In-A-Pinch Chocolate Pancakes Everyone Will Love!

Sometimes you look in your kitchen and nothing seems to work. It was on one of those days that I accidentally came up with this pancake recipe that has become a big time favorite in our house! It takes less than 5 minutes to prepare and just a few minutes on the stove to cook. You can even freeze extras for later on in the week! It’s so easy and delicious. Click through to see how it’s done…

pancake for toddlers

Ingredients:
1 cup dry Pancake mix (We use a gluten free version but any standard mix will do)
1 egg
1 cup chocolate almond milk
1 dash pumpkin spice seasoning
1 handful chocolate chips

Prep:
Mix all the ingredients together. Scoop by heaping spoonfulls onto a skillet till you get your desired pancake size. Cook in a skillet over medium heat for 2-3 minutes per side or until done all the way through. I like to use either butter or coconut oil in the skillet before adding the batter so it doesn’t stick. Serve with syrup or a light sprinkling of sugar or honey.

These chocolate spice pancakes are such a hit! Everyone from our 1 1/2 year old to my picky-eater husband LOVE them. We make extra and put them in the freezer to use for last minute breakfasts later in the week. They reheat really well and taste great!

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