Max’s Kitchen: Chocolate Chip Pancakes

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My pancakes lie in ruin, burnt to a crisp.  Remember to pay attention to the timer when you make these!

My pancakes lie in ruin, burnt to a crisp. Remember to pay attention to the timer when you make these!

Max Pusloskie

Max Pusloskie

My pancakes lie in ruin, burnt to a crisp. Remember to pay attention to the timer when you make these!

Max Pusloskie, Chef

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Ready to cook once again? This time on Max’s Kitchen, we’ll be making chocolate chip pancakes! Have pancakes ever been too boring for you? The same old things over and over each day? (that is, if you eat pancakes every morning, like me).  If that happens, you may want a yummy change. If that is true, then this article is for you! In my opinion, these kinds of pancakes are better types of pancakes than normal pancakes! How many times have I said “pancakes” already in this lead? Five times now. Anyways, moving on with the main topic: I love this food because it is super yummy, and includes my favorite snack: Chocolate Chips! On with the basics of cooking, as we must cover that before making food.

First, make sure all of the ingredients are not expired, and are perfectly… perfect. Then, you need to make sure you have clean plates and pans, as otherwise your food will not end out as good as you may want it. Third, you need to make sure your hands are dry and clean. And Forth, you need to make sure your audience of people are very hungry, and want some snacks! Now, onto the recipe!

Required Ingredients:

1 cup of flour
1 teaspoon salt (not TOO much salt, though!)
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 egg
1 and ⅛ cups of buttermilk
2 tablespoons of butter, melted
Chocolate chips!

Directions:
Preheat and lightly grease a large skillet.
Mix the flour, salt, and baking soda in a bowl. Add the egg, buttermilk, and butter to the mixture. Stir lightly, but keep it lumpy. The batter should look thick, spongy, and puffy. ADD WATER. Dump in the chocolate chips.
Drop ⅓ cups of batter onto the cooking surface. Spread lightly on the surface with the bottom of a cup. Cook each side for 1-2 minutes.

Aaaand that’s all folks! That’s how you would make some chocolate pancakes. Unfortunately, when made these, I overcooked the pancakes, and they burnt.
My final opinion is as follows! It is a very yummy pancake, that will be very nice for the morning. The sugar from the chocolate chips wake you up in the morning, making them extra tasty and yummy. So remember, don’t burn your foods. It tastes bad. Anyways, I gotta go make more foods, my brother’s crying.  Seeya round!

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