Sunday, October 14, 2012

Chocolate Chip Pancakes With Buttermilk Syrup

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Okay, this is seriously so yummy!  It's basically the epitome of dessert for breakfast because the pancakes taste like freshly baked chocolate chip cookies.  Mmm!

I don't have a special pancake recipe.....I just use Bisquick mix, but trust me, they are divine!  In order to make your chocolate chip pancakes simply whip up some Bisquick pancake batter and the pour it onto your greased griddle or pan to start making pancakes like normal.  Then grab some milk chocolate chips and sprinkle them on top of your batter (shown below).  You can flip the pancakes just like normal too....easy peasy!
The buttermilk syrup is so good.  I honestly don't know if I can go back to normal maple syrup.  Here's the recipe:

- 1/4 cup butter
- 1 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup buttermilk
- 1/2 tsp. baking soda
- 1 tsp vanilla

Put the butter, sugar and buttermilk in a large sauce pan (you want it to be large because this syrup foams and you don't want it to overflow).  Bring those ingredients to a boil.  Continue stirrings and let it boil for several minutes (around 4 or so).  Remove from heat and add the baking soda and vanilla.  This is where it's going to foam up.  Keep stirring.  The foaminess will go away as the syrup cools down and as you keep stirring it.  Then pour it over your pancakes, french toast, waffles or just drink it up haha.

If you have left overs, you can just refrigerate it and then heat it back up in the microwave.  I'm not entirely sure how long it lasts....ours is always finished off within a week - so I know it at least lasts a week :)

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