Saturday, January 28, 2012

Chocolate chip Pancakes made healthy with Multigrain flour


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Who doesn't like pancakes early in the morning?...well my kids do and would prefer me making them every morning if possible. Well, that I don't do. They are reserved only for weekend mornings. And then I would add what they love into it and mostly probably that would chocolate chips.

Trader Joe's is a good place to shop for healthy and organic stuff. One of the items I have been getting from there, is the multigrain flour. It has barley flour, oat flour, wheat flour, brown rice flour, oat bran, cornmeal and also wheat bran. Isn't that a healthy combination.
Tell that to the kids and they are going to run a half mile from the kitchen. Turn that flour into pancakes - No questions asked and nothing is left on the plate! :)

Ingredients:

1 cup TJ's Multigrain baking mix
1/2 cup milk + more to bring it to required consistency
1 egg
1/4 cup chocolate chips


Few oil drops for each pancake

Method:

Mix the ingredients (except the chocolate chips) together to the required consistency.

Heat a skillet and add a few drops of oil.

Pour a ladle full of batter into the skillet.

When you see the it bubbling, add the chocolate chip into the pancake.

Wait for a few more seconds and flip it over when it browns on one side.

Remove as soon as you see it browning on the other side too, not more than a 20 sec.

Serve immediately, drizzled with a syrup and with their favorite fruit on the side.

Enjoy!!!




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Sending this to Srivalli's 'Chocolate Mela'



also to Srav's for her 'Chocolate fest'



and Kavi for Kid's Delight -Something Sweet'

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23 comments:

  1. Its been few years since I visited TJ ...I should look for it around here somewhere! Pancakes look awesome!

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  2. Irresistible and quite inviting pancakes,makes me hungry..

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  3. Pancake looks grt!!!kids would luv them...

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  4. They look yummy and the addition of mulitgrain flour makes it definitely healthy. We don't have TJ chain in the Chicagoland area but have seen a similar version at Indian grocery store. Must try it. :)

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  5. awsum...so tempting!!..lovely clicks!!

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  6. Looks tempting ...we don't have this baking mix here :-(


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  7. Nice pancakes! Anything with chocolate chips has to taste delicious.. :)

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  8. Wow!!!such a delicious looking pancakes,drooling over the pictures...

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  9. chocolate and banana..cant go wrong with that

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  10. Healthy and tempting pancakes dear.

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  11. awesome pan cakes....kids will surely luv it

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  12. Mouthwatering Recipe..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  13. Mouthwatering Recipe..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  14. Truly tempting Pancakes.Luv to try it soon.Seems yummy good

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  15. Lovely pancakes. Kids just stop grumbling when they see chocolate chips or morsels in anything.. Mine is like that too.

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  16. Wow that's a tempting one Smitha..looks so good..

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  17. tempting recipe. i loved the chocolate flowing over the side.


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  18. that looks like a filling breakfast looks yumm.

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  19. Love all things TJ's. Their pancake mix is sure delicious.

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  20. They look yummy and the addition of mulitgrain flour makes it definitely healthy. We don't have TJ chain in the Chicagoland area but have seen a similar version at Indian grocery store. Must try it. :)

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