Introduction: Bisquick Melt-In-Your-Mouth Chocolate Chip Pancakes

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 Everybody loves chocolate chips, creamy melt-in-your-mouth pancakes. So why not combine them for the ultimate treat? Plus it's fast and easy so the anyone in the family can do it!

Step 1: Supplies You Will Need

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 The supplies you will need:
    A griddle or skillet
    A large mixing bowl
    A spoon to mix with
    Plates
    Cooking spray
    A spatula 
    Measuring cups
    Bisquick flour mix
    2 cups of the Bisquick flour mix
    1 cup of milk
    2 tablespoons of sugar
    2 teaspoons of baking powder 
    2 eggs
    1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
    and 1 cup of chocolate chips 

Step 2: Step One

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  Step One: 

Heat the skillet to a medium-low temperature, and pray with the cooking spray. It is wise to put a plate and the spatula near the skillet to have quick and easy access to both of these tools.  

Step 3: Step Two

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 Step Two:

 Mix the dry ingredients together in a large mixing bowl.  (The Bisquick powder, the baking powder, the sugar, and the chocolate chips.)

Step 4: Step Three

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 Step Three:

Now mix the wet ingredients together. (The eggs, milk, and vanilla extract)

Step 5: Step Four

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 Step Four:

Stir the ingredients until there are no clumps remaining for an evenly smooth pancake.

Step 6: Step Five

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 Step Five:

Pour slightly less that 1/4th of a cup of batter onto the skillet.

Step 7: Step Six

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Step Six:

Cook on the skillet until bubbles form on the top of the pancake batter. 

Step 8: Step Seven

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 Step Seven:

Flip over the pancake cleanly and evenly.

Step 9: Step Eight

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Step Eight:

Wait until the edges are dry.

Step 10: Step Nine

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 Step Nine:

Flip the now cooked pancake onto a plate, and repeat this process until you have enough to serve, or until the batter runs out. This amount of batter should serve 18 to 20 pancakes

Step 11: Step Ten

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 Step Ten:

If wanted, serve with butter, syrup, and even bacon to enhance the flavor for the best breakfast ever. 

Step 12: Tips

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 Tips to make your experience even better:
1. Although you can use any kind of chocolate chips, Nestle chocolate chips work best for cooking and for taste.
2. Lemon juice can be used instead of vanilla extract.
3. If wanted, add powdered sugar for more taste and a little 'pizzazz', along with fruit.
4. To avoid that hassle of cleaning up for hours on end, put paper towels under all of your ingredients or counter top.

Comments

jlsmoothash2o (author)2015-03-22

I love making Bisquick pancakes. Now making them with chocolate chips is going to be even better.

In step one I did try and pray over the cooking spray not sure God made the pancakes not stick without spraying the cooking spray.

barbara.tahir (author)2015-01-04

Love the pictured instructions BUT, Bisquick? Really how hard is it to mix some flour and baking powder? The reason some of your readers disliked the taste is because of the Bisquick. Look in any basic cookbook (Better Home and Garden, Joy of Cooking) and you will find a good, easy, pancake recipe to which you can add the chocolate. Good luck - you have inspired me to make some chocolate pancakes this weekend - just not with Bisquick.

Dotteddogsrock (author)2011-12-30

did they have to taste that bad?? I made them and they sucked!

M.Warren (author)2011-12-15

willl you bring me a pancake tomorrow

abby.kateesther99 (author)2011-12-15

Awwweesssommmmeeeeeeeeeee!

Karategirls2 (author)2011-12-15

Why thank you me and my partner worked really hard.

Penolopy Bulnick (author)2011-12-12

I haven't had a good chocolate chip pancake in quite a long time! Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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