I'm posting another pancake recipe. I'm in a pancake state of mind. I recently posted about chocolate turtle pancakes, chocolate cherry pancakes, and red velvet pancakes.
I recently posted a Samoa brownie recipe as well. A couple of years ago, I posted a recipe for a Samoa pie. The pie didn't turn out that well actually. The chocolate filling didn't set up well. I might need to give it another go in the future.
I used a tried and true chocolate pancake recipe from food.com for these pancakes. I have used this recipe to make chocolate pancakes with mini peanut butter cups, Almond Joy pancakes, chocolate blueberry pancakes, and chocolate pancakes with peanut butter chips.
To make this recipe I added 1/3 cup Milk Duds, 1/3 cup chocolate chunks, and 1 cup sweetened and shredded coconut flakes. Yum!
The complete list of ingredients are 1 cup milk, 1 egg, 2 tablespoons melted butter, 1 cup all-purpose flour, 1/3 cocoa powder, 1/4 cup sugar, 1/2 teaspoon baking soda, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 cup sweetened coconut flakes, 1/3 cup Milk Duds, and 1/3 cup chocolate chunks.
I combined the flour, cocoa powder, sugar, baking soda, and salt in a bowl. I whisked the dry ingredients together.
I added the milk, egg, and melted butter into the flour mixture. I whisked the batter together.
I stirred in the coconut, Milk Duds, and chocolate chunks.
I scooped a third of a cup of batter into a hot and greased skillet. I cooked the first side until bubbles started forming near the center of the pancake.
I flipped the pancake and cooked the other side for a few minutes. As is my custom, I served this with greek yogurt. I think topping this sweet caramel sauce and additional coconut would have been even tastier.
These were decadent and rich pancakes.
This recipe make a fluffy and tasty pancake.
The chocolate is dense and rich. The coconut added sweetness, flavor, and texture.
The chocolate chunks were creamy and smooth.
I wasn't crazy about the Milk Duds. They were a little to soft, especially after being cooked in a hot skillet. Often the caramel would melt, and escape all over the pan. It was delicious but messy. I think a firmer caramel would have been better.
Overall, these are very tasty pancakes. They were sweet and scrumptious.
There is nothing like eating dessert for breakfast. They were a win in my book.