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Quick question what can I do with the chocolate chip pancakes besides pancakes and without adding anything to them......

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Chocolate Chip Muffin.

In the shaker jar...add 2 oz's of water and the pancake mix. Cover and shake 7 times. Let sit in the fridge for 10 minutes. Pour mixture into a tall coffee mug and microwave for 70 seconds. Flip out and enjoy!..

Comment #1

One of my favorite things. But..I've never left it in fridge for ten minutes. What does that do?..

Comment #2

We have an oatmeal muffin that is darn tasty too MissSun..Just ask if you want to explore that. The only thing you add is 1/8tsp of baking powder. Recipe calls for other stuff, but I don't use it...

Comment #3

I put 2 ozs water and shake and then put in a pam sprayed ramkin and nuke for 1-2 mins/ If it is too much water when I cook it the mix runs over the edges but it never sticks so I peel it off and chow down...

Comment #4

Update on the pancake. I tried the "leave it in fridge for ten minutes before cooking" and it turned out fantastic. It seems lighter than without the rest in the fridge. I will be patient and do it every time going forward...

Comment #5

Yes, leaving it in fridge really thickens it up. Am almost tempted to try pancakes one more time. I just keep making them like a muffin. Or may put in a sandwich maker one time and try that!..

Comment #6

Wow I am going to try leaving it in the fridge. My first attempt was a mess but I can see (like the soups) how letting it soak could make a difference..

Comment #7

When I try the muffin with the pancake it always turns out really dense, never light and fluffy...

Comment #8

Have you ever put a little bit of baking powder in it?..

Comment #9

Coager, try letting the shaken batter sit in the fridge for ten minutes. I don't mind that dense texture, but I noticed a big difference when I tried that and cooked it for 80 seconds in the mw...

Comment #10

I cook mine in my waffle maker. I make it per directions, spray the waffle iron VERY well, and then cook for 1-2 minutes. I love them that way!..

Comment #11

I do two things ....

I sometimes add a little extra water and they turn out super light and sweet like crepes and either way that I make them I use the Pam butter spray it only has 7 calories per spray then make the pancakes on the pan just like that and it tastes like I melted butter on them soooooo good.....

Comment #12

OK I made pancakes today. Really, pancakes...4 of them. First thing when I got up, I mixed my batter and put it in the fridge after shaking it really really well. After feeding the dogs and cats and going on here and logging my meal, I went back and had thick, rich batter! I made 4 pancakes and they were yummy!..

Comment #13

I think a bit of baking powder is the key to the fluffiness. I put almost 1/8 tsp. in mine and it turns out nice and fluffy...

Comment #14

I learned this trick from another poster (sorry, can't remember where I originally read it) - mix the pancakes with baking powder (1/8 to 1/4 tsp) and add sparkling water instead of regular water, then microwave for about 2 mins. It makes a really light and fluffy pancake muffin!.

I heard a food scientist on the radio before thanksgiving who said that baking powder doesn't make more bubbles, it just enlarges the bubbles already in the batter. I think that is why the sparkling water works so well...

Comment #15

I mix in the coffee mug, leave sitting on the counter for 15 minutes, then microwave. Just one dish to wash. I do add 1/4 tsp (no aluminum) baking powder. It is not dense, like a miniture cake!! Sometimes I add 1 or 2 TBS Sugar Free Chocolate Syrup..

Sunshine..

Comment #16


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

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