Sometimes you wake up in the morning and you just feel like choc chip pancakes and you hope that you have all the ingredients in your cupboard so that you can stuff your face with a stack of sugar and chocolate.
These pancakes (flapjacks) are some of the easiest ones I have ever made and they never ever fail. You know how sometimes you make a batch of batter and then you try to make pancakes and 85% of them fail because either the mixture isn’t right, or the pan isn’t hot enough, or they look like something you found under the couch. Well this recipe will have you and your stretchy pants smiling from one drawstring to the next.
We enjoyed these on Sunday morning over a game of Scrabble, as you can see below Shane humoured me for a couple of photos, NJ on the other hand didn’t mind posing whilst trying, pretty successfully if you ask me to feed herself porridge.
If you’re looking for an awesome crepe recipe click here.
150 grams self-raising flour
2 tablespoons sugar
1/4 teaspoon bicarb
a pinch of salt
180 mls milk
1 tablespoon vinegar
As many choc chips as you like, I added about a cup
Method, there’s only one step which is amazing:
Mix everything together in a bowl with a whisk. I use Spray and Cook in my pan before I make pancakes and I keep my heat on medium.