Emoji Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Introduction: Emoji Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Today you are going to learn how to make Emoji Chocolate Chip pancakes. This took me about an hour to make 20 pancakes and the batter. Here are the supplies:

- Krusteaz Pancake Mix

- Water

- Chocolate chips

- Butter

- Griddle/pan

- Spatula

- Big bowl

Step 1: Making the Batter

For this step, you'll need Kruteaz Pancake Mix, Water, and a whisk. First, you are going to want to get however many cups of mix you want and pour it into the bowl. Then, get the desired amount of water, and pour water into the bowl. Whisk until smooth. Protip: If you need to, you can add a little extra water if the batter is too thick. This will make the pancakes lighter and fluffier.

Step 2: Greasing and Preparing the Griddle

Put your griddle or pan onto the stove. It should cover 2 stove-tops. Set both to medium or medium-low heat. Next, get a stick of unsalted butter, take off the wrapping, and spread all over the griddle or pan. This helps so your pancakes don't get stuck to the griddle/pan.

Step 3: Putting the Pancakes on the Griddle/pan

Once you have buttered your griddle/pan, you will want to put a quarter cup of batter on your griddle/pan. Once you put the batter on, put your chocolate chips in to make a face. Be creative! Choose any face/design you want.

Step 4: Cooking the Pancakes

Now that you have set your pancakes on the griddle and have put in your faces, you want to watch the pancakes while they cook. Once the pancakes start bubbling, or you think they are done, flip them with your spatula. When your pancakes are flipped over, wait about 1-2 minutes before taking it off the griddle. Protip: When you are taking your pancakes off the griddle, check underneath to see if they are done.

Step 5: ENJOY!!

Enjoy your lovely, hard-earned pancakes!

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