Dark Chocolate Raspberry Pancakes (gluten Free)




Introduction: Dark Chocolate Raspberry Pancakes (gluten Free)

About: I like to make food and create recipes! I share them here because it makes the world more efficient if we all share good ideas. I have a gluten/dairy free child who inspires much of what I create in the ki…

There are some foods that are made to go together...like raspberries and chocolate.  These pancakes are so easy to make and taste amazing!


4 eggs
1 cup full-fat ricotta cheese
1 1/4 cup certified gluten free rolled oats
1 to 2 Tablespoons ground flax (I use 2, but if you don't need the extra fiber, you can use 1)
6 oz fresh raspberries (a little over one cup....you can also use frozen)
1 Tablespoon vanilla extract
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 to 1 cup bittersweet chocolate chips (or as much or little as you prefer....I use a lot!)


1.  Preheat your griddle to 350 degrees F.

2.   Put all ingredients except for the chocolate chips into your food processor.  Blend until smooth.  Stop and scrape down the sides of the bowl as needed.

3.  Pour the batter into a bowl and stir in the chocolate chips by hand.  This step is VERY important!   If you attempt to add the chocolate chips in once the batter is on the griddle, the chocolate will burn as soon as you flip your pancakes.  

4.  Using a 1/4 cup measuring cup, scoop the batter onto your preheated griddle.   Flip when bubbles start to rise to the top.  Each side should be golden brown when done.  Since these pancakes are quite dense, they will take a bit longer than normal to cook on each side...be patient, they are worth it!

Makes about 12 four inch pancakes.

Notes:   These are such a treat for breakfast!   I created these because I wanted to find a way to sneak more fiber into my son's breakfast.  Raspberries and flax are super high in fiber!   I serve these plain (no syrup) because the chocolate makes them sweet enough.  My son has also never had syrup and I plan to keep it that way for a while :)

These store very well in the freezer in a ziploc bag. Transfer the bag to the fridge to defrost overnight.

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    6 years ago

    Tried to do these for breakfast, but because we don't have a griddle we fried them. It took a while to do right but We got there, they weren't perfect but I liked them. Then we tried something different, we put the rest of the batter into a shallow muffin tin (greased) and then baked them at 175 C for 10-15 minutes and they came out like little buns which were delicious! Thanks for the great recipe, definitely making again!


    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Pancakes are much harder if you don't have a griddle, I agree! I use an inexpensive electric griddle and it makes my life infinitely easier :)

    I'm so glad you figured out a way to salvage the batter and still make breakfast!


    6 years ago on Introduction

    This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing your hard work and have a happy spring.