These pancakes have a mouthful of a name. I chose the name because I added tropical nut and fruit trail mix to the batter.
I am a fan of pancakes. I have made many pancake recipes and posted them on this blog.
Some pancakes I have made are monster cookie pancakes, chocolate pancakes with mint M and Ms, brown sugar and cinnamon pancakes with cinnamon and sugar Pop Tarts, cookies and cream chocolate pancakes, coconut and raspberry chocolate pancakes, and chocolate peanut butter pancakes with Reese's Pieces and chocolate chips.
I have made peanut butter, chocolate, and banana pancakes with Reese's Pieces, mini peanut butter cups, and chocolate chunks; toasted coconut pancakes with chocolate chips; Chunky chocolate pancakes; hummingbird pancakes; chocolate pancakes with peanut butter M and Ms and peanut butter chips; Samoa pancakes; chubby hubby pancakes; gingerbread pancakes with toffee bits and chocolate chips; and apple pancakes with pecans and toffee bits.
I have made caramel and coconut chocolate pancakes; peanut butter and bacon pancakes; chai spiced chocolate pancakes; cinnamon, raisin, and walnut pancakes; Almond Joy pancakes; Almond pancakes with dried cherries and chocolate chips; cake mix pancakes; Elvis pancakes; chocolate blueberry pancakes; and chocolate pancakes with mini M and Ms. As you can see, I have made many pancakes.
This perfect pancake recipe came from the Pioneer Woman. I added sweetened coconut flakes, tropical nut and fruit trail mix, and chocolate chips. The ingredients are 3 cups and 2 tablespoons cake flour, 3 tablespoons baking powder, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 2 cups milk, 2 eggs, 3 teaspoons vanilla, 4 tablespoon melted butter, 1 cup sweetened coconut flakes, 1 cup tropical nut and fruit trail mix, and 1/2 cup chocolate chips.
I added the cake flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt into a bowl. I whisked the dry ingredients together.
I mixed in the sweetened coconut flakes.
I added the milk and melted butter.
I added the vanilla extract and eggs. I whisked the batter together.
I mixed in the trail mix and chocolate chips.
For each pancake, I scooped about a third of a cup of batter into a hot and greased skillet over medium heat. I cooked the first side until bubbles started to form in the center, and the edges started to look cooked. I then flipped the pancake and cooked the other side for a few minutes.
These were tasty pancakes. The recipe created a fluffy, light and scrumptious pancake. The texture was great. The coconut added texture, flavor, and a little sweetness.
The trail mix had many chewy, crunchy, and delicious morsels. It was a great addition to the pancake. The chocolate chips were gooey and creamy.
I was pleased with these pancakes. They were hearty and delicious. I thought the recipe was great too. I would make these again.