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Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Pancakes

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Chock full of hearty oats and melty chocolate chips, you’ll feel like you are eating cookie dough for breakfast!

Hmm. The same can be said for my Cookie Dough Baked Oatmeal.

I guess I just really like chocolate for breakfast.


No, I didn’t really top my pancakes—the ones I actually ate—with chocolate syrup. But I’d cooked a batch the day before and put them in a plastic bag to stay fresh. Well, silly me didn’t know that if you cover a batch of pancakes, they get gooey-moist and go bad. No worries; I now had a whole batch of pancakes to use for a crazy photo shoot. So the pancakes didn’t go to waste. (I hate wasting food.) And the next day, I quickly made up a new batch to eat for real.

Cookie Dough Pancakes

(Serves 1-2)

  • 1/3 cup spelt or white flour (40g)
  • 1/3 cup rolled oats (40g)
  • 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract and optional 3 drops almond extract
  • pinch stevia OR 2 tbsp brown sugar
  • 1/8 tsp salt
  • 3/4 tsp baking powder (and optional pinch baking soda for flavor)
  • 1/2 tsp ener-g egg (or just add extra baking powder)
  • up to 1/2 cup water or milk of choice
  • chocolate chips!

Mix all the dry ingredients. (This can be done days in advance.) Put liquid ingredients into dry, then stir. Cook on medium-low, flipping 1/2-way through.

For more recipes: 19 Healthy Pancake Recipes


Published on May 5, 2011

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  1. Lenna says

    I love pancakes with oats, I always make them like this and they taste much much better! I also like to add pumpkin or pear puree, it is oure heaven:)

  2. Megan says

    SO delicious! You are so creative! I love trying new varieties of pancakes and this is on my list for sure. Thanks for all the healthy and fun ideas!

  3. McKella says

    I used to eat chocolate for breakfast several times a week when my usual breakie was oatmeal or pancakes, but lately I’ve been sticking to peanut butter toast and fruit. Simple, fast, makes me feel good. Sometimes I follow it up with a square of Endangered Species though.

  4. Lisa Fine says


    I never have chocolate at breakfast, and tend to crave it after lunch or dinner. If my breakfasts are too sweet, I get super thirsty, so I save chocolate for later in the day when I’m more hydrated.

  5. Casey says

    Hey Katie! I’ve been reading your blog the last few days and just saw your post on Bliss Cafe. I haven’t been there yet, but I’m dying to go! Are you in Dallas?

  6. Hela says

    I am so gonna make this tomorrow!! I don´t have chocolate every day, but I surely do have oats every day 🙂

  7. Ellie says

    No joke, I eat your oatmeal cookie pancakes AT LEAST once a week! I’ve put raisins in, but never chocolate. Yummmmmmy!

  8. Lilly says

    chocolate is often involved with bfast when the craving strikes. But my goodness, your photos look crazy amazing – you are so skilled in so many ways girl!

  9. Kristen @ The Red Velvet Life says

    These look amazing, Katie! I eat chocolate for breakfast *almost* everyday…is this bad, I wonder? I add pure Dutch cocoa powder to my oats and generally melt in a little dark chocolate for good measure. Oh, and I add a spoon of peanut butter. It seems I have a chocolate/PB problem! 😉

  10. Jess says

    Yum! These look great 🙂

    Also, I always let my extra pancakes/waffles cool completely on a cooling rack before packing them away in the fridge. That way there’s not heat to create excess moisture!

  11. Alex@Spoonful of Sugar Free says

    I eat chocolate for breakfast all the time! Take for example today’s peanut butter and banana chocolate oatmeal 🙂 YUM!

  12. J3nn (Jenn's Menu and Lifestyle Blog) says

    Oh my GOODNESS! That stream of chocolate pouring down on the gorgeous pile of choc chip pancakes… I just died a little. 🙂 And yes, I eat chocolate at breakfast if I’m in the mood for it. It’s never the wrong time for chocolate!!

  13. Jackie @ Baking Charms says

    Love chocolate for bfast 🙂 I just had a cookie crumbled over my smoothie this morning!!!

  14. Holly @ The Runny Egg says

    I love chocolate at breakfast time — on toast, oatmeal in a smoothie or straight up!

    These pancakes look so good and so delicious!

  15. Vivianne says

    I have been looking through your posts and WOW. All of your recipes looks so so delicious! I can’t wait to start experimenting and trying some of these out.

    Also, you are so pretty! Tomorrow for breakfast I hope to have your baked oatmeal (;

  16. VEGirl says

    Aahh the good old pancake– it’s so versatile and delicious. Since my family has a sit-down breakfast every morning, I generally save my chocolaty endeavors for my early morning snack (shortly after I get up– I couldn’t wait till 10am for family breakfast without it! I’m the only early riser in the family). However, cocoa powder and unsweetened chocolate make a great addition to hot cereal when the craving strikes!

  17. Little Bookworm says

    Love chocolate porridge and chocolate pancakes. Your pancake recipe sounds amazing as well. Love the photos, they are stunning! 🙂

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      I’ve been vegan so long that I really know nothing about working with eggs LOL!
      But a few commenters have made the oatmeal cookie version, back when I first posted it, with egg. And yes, ener-g is powder. You could probably just leave it out and increase the baking powder a little.

  18. Dalai Lina says

    Funny, this morning I just bribed my kids to eat their breakfast (new gluten free waffles I got to try and they hated) with chocolate chips…what kind of mom am I? It’s not like I was making them eat raw swiss chard. At least they were dark chocolate chips.

  19. Elle says

    your photos are always so cute!
    i love chocolate for breakfast and eat it often, usually in the form of chocolate oatmeal and chocolate pb. 🙂

  20. Emma (Sweet Tooth Runner) says

    Oh. My. Muppets. You have just made all my wildest dreams come true with this post!! No joke, I know EXACTLY what I’ll be making this Pancake Sunday, and I’m SO excited already!!! 😀

  21. Mariah@ Apples"N" Oats says

    this really does look like chocolate chip cookies!!!so yummy your making me actually want something other than oats for breakfast!

  22. Mariah@ Apples"N" Oats says

    this looks exactly like chocolate chip cookies!your making me actually want something other than oats for breakfast!

  23. Meghan @ StruggleMuffins says

    I have chocolate all throughout the day, usually in the form of unsweetened cocoa powder and semi-sweet choc chips, starting from breakfast and carrying on through dinner and any post-dinner snackerie. I think these pancakes look heaven-sent and I will be making them soon!

  24. Albizia says

    Is there anything wrong at all with chocolate for breakfast? I eat it in my oatmeal, in my banana sandwiches, in chocolate chip cookies and sometimes I even have real chocolate cake for breakfast. If it makes my day, it cannot be bad 🙂 .

  25. Pure2raw Twins says

    The perfect breakfast in my opinion!!! Can never go wrong with cookie themed pancakes! 🙂

  26. Elena @ GagaForGrapefruit says

    how acceptable would it be to make these for lunch? because i’m seriously dying at how incredibly delicious they look! this may be a dumb question, but what is an ‘ener-g egg’?

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Not a dumb question at all!! Ener-g is a vegan egg substitute that you can buy at the grocery store in the baking aisle (well, at natural grocery stores anyway). It’s a powder made from tapioca starch and potato flour. You can probably leave it out in these pancakes and just add a little more baking powder.

  27. Jennifer JCD says

    Huh, I guess my comment this morning never registered. Anyway, we made these for supper tonight and they were awesome! So flavourful and delicious. We also had some Chocolate Chip Cookie Baked Oatmeal Cake this week and it was super yummy too. Our taste buds are doing happy dances thanks to you. 🙂

  28. Tara says

    Another amazing recipe to add to my queue! This sounds amazing!
    I totally agree with what you said: when is chocolate not part of my breakfast? Sometimes I’m in the middle of making a meal and I realize that there is no chocolate involved, so I change what I’m making or add it. It’s not complete without it!

  29. Jess says

    I’ll have something like this post run; it’s my first this week. i have these bananas going bad, so it’ll be sorta like banana choc chip cookies

  30. Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga) says

    They look great, Katie. Love the drizzle “in action” shot. Anyone who’s ever tried to hold a dslr with one hand and drizzle with the other and snap a pic knows that’s wayyyyy harder than it appears!

    And I saw your post at Mizfit. Way to go 🙂

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      LOL yes! And there’s no way you can eat them afterwards, because by the time it all comes out, it’s SATURATED! (Plus, it gets all soggy!)
      Haha I had a busy day, with guest posts on pbfingers and mizfit… I was a little afraid my blog would crash! Luckily, it didn’t :).

      P.S. I am so grateful for your honest advice the other day, re: foodgawker. As soon as I actually started trying to improve my photos instead of whining and thinking I’d done something to make them mad, they started accepting me again! It really takes a true friend to be honest! Love u!

      • Averie (LoveVeggiesAndYoga) says

        So glad they are taking them again…and yes, trust me, nothing personal with you. They get 1000s of submissions and I dont think they know who’s who, or care. They just want the images. If it doesnt make their cut, they reject. Cold and callous, but hey, at least it’s a line in the sand and it’s not personal 🙂

        And your blog WAS crashing for me this morning which is why i couldnt get in to comment til now 🙂

  31. Heather @ kissmybroccoli says

    I don’t eat chocolate a lot for breakfast but I’ve recently fallen in love with carob and have played around with it a bit. Like a couple of weeks ago when I posted my peanut butter carob chip pancakes! They were DELICIOUS!

  32. Renata says

    That’s such a creative idea, Katie with chocolate coloured hair!
    Everyone likes cookies, even those who might not like pancakes (me) !!

  33. Mimi (Gingersnaps) says

    Haha, it reminds me of the Cookie Crisp commercial. “Cookies for breakfast?! It’s COOOOOKIE crisp!!!” Looks like a lovely recipe.

  34. BroccoliHut says

    That chocolate syrup on top looks heavenly!!
    I love making chocolate protein waffles topped with coconut butter and fresh strawberries!

  35. Mihika says

    Oy Katie! I made boatmeal today and ate it with homemade chocolate-hazelnut butter (I’ll post the recipe soon), raw cacao nibs and maple syrup. HEAVEN. What did I do before I read your blog?? Oh, and I eat something chocolate-related every morning. You’re not alone 🙂

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Homemade nutella? My ears just perked up! Eat an extra scoopful for me, ok? I just discovered Justins chocolate hazelnut spread, and I realized what was missing in my life all those nutella-less years lol.

  36. Kasey says

    I looove adding dark cocoa powder to my overnight chia seeds and oats and layering it with almond butter (or other nut butter), bananas and raisins!! I look forward to waking up because I know I get to enjoy my breakfast!! 😉

  37. Anonymous says

    These look delicious and I can’t wait to try them! This may be a dumb question, but how much brown sugar do you suggest?

  38. Caroline says

    These look delicious and I can’t wait to try them! This may be a dumb question, but how much brown sugar do you suggest?

    (I didn’t mean to leave an anonymous comment last time! 😉 )

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Hey Caroline!
      It really depends on a lot of factors such as whether you like sweet pancakes, whether you’re putting any toppings on, or how much of a sweet tooth you have. For a sweeter result, maybe try a tablespoon? And do let me know whatcha think if you try them! 🙂

  39. Allison @ Runs A Latte says

    I just made these pancakes this morning, and they’re totally awesome! It really does taste like cookie dough!!! I even had my fiance stealing some from me. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome recipes!

  40. Katie Henderson says

    I just made these for lunch. GENIUS! So good I almost shared…almost. Do you think these could be made gluten free?

      • Katie Henderson says

        I’ve used it in cakes before. In cookies it doesn’t rise, and you end up with big, flat, nasty cowpatty type burnt things. I think adding xanthan gum might help, but I’m not sure. I ask because I’m flying back to the east coast for a visit soon and wanted to make these for my severely allergy-ridden, gluten free hostess.

  41. Lorin says

    I just made this and it was good! It tasted pretty much like an oatmeal chocolate chip pancake. However, I only got 3 smallish pancakes out of it and I had about 2/3 water in the mix. You can’t go wrong with adding chocolate chips in pancakes. I’m hoping I get a food processor soon to make your chocolate chip blondies…amongst other things.

  42. Coral says

    i just made this recipe, except i omitted the ener-g egg and used 1 tsp baking soda. they were AWESOME!!! i loved how doughy they were!

  43. Katie Henderson says

    I made these this week, but as a gluten-free variation. Some words of caution to anyone who embarks on this arduous journey..
    Do NOT use GF pancake flour. Terrible taste, gritty texture.
    Do NOT use big GF oats. They don’t incorporate well into the mixture.
    Instead, double the flour, I highly suggest Bob’s Red Mill GF flour. There was a funky…almost…mushroomy(?) taste to the batter, so I added more sugar and a bit more vanilla. The flavor thankfully cooked out of them, and though I could tell a difference in the flavor, consistency and texture, the GF consumer was thrilled.

  44. Kimberly Chapman says

    I made some tweaks because I’m not vegan and need to protein-up anything carby I eat, but once doing that, these were really good. So good that I posted about them with my revisions here:

    What I particularly appreciate is how the oats really make them filling and healthy. I changed to whole-wheat flour for glycemic reasons and wow, a pile of these in the morning mean I’m not hungry or carb-crashy for hours. That’s impressive. Bravo!

  45. caroline campbell says

    Thank you so much for this recipe! i am trying to watch what i eat and i gave up on saturday morning chocolate chip pancakes that i have loved since i was a kid, but i hated every minute of it! these were fluffy and so warm and yummy unlike the other alternatives i have tried! sooo good thank you so much!

  46. Ali McClure says

    Yum! Those were so delicious. The almond extract was perfect! And I also added a spoonful of peanut butter to make them a little thicker since I used the water option. SO GOOD!!

  47. Vanessa says

    Hey Katie, do you think that this recipe would work for waffles? (with a waffle iron) I’m vegan & bringing in breakfast for my fellow lifeguards this week and contemplating recipes.
    Thanks 🙂

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      I am embarrassed to say I don’t think I’ve ever used a waffle maker! (Except a bugs bunny one, under the supervision of my mom, when I was little!)
      I need to experiment with making waffle recipes; my blog has none 🙁

      If you do try these in a waffle maker, let me know how they turn out!

  48. Carolina says

    THese pancakes were AWESOME! Instead of brown sugar or stevia as a sweetener, I used two drops agave, and a heaping teaspoon of soy protein powder(that stuff is so sickly sweet!). The pancakes were sooooo good, and just like the last time I made one of your pancake recipes, I couldn’t even finish the mini-batch! These are so very filling and delicous, I was quite pleasantly surprised (= Could you try to make a peanut butter cookie pancake?

  49. Melanie says

    I made these this morning for breakfast. They were so delicious! My dad had some as well and he is sooo picky. He said, these are a keeper. Don’t forget them. I said I won’t! =)

  50. Rasha says

    Ughhhhhhh Katieeeeeeee!

    I’ve been having chocolate-stuff for breakfast SO much more lately because of this blog!

    And you know what?
    I’ve been tons happier since : )

    The day starting off with chocolate usually means it’s going to be a fantastic day.
    You are wonderful! Please never stop these posts! <3

  51. Laura says

    I know I’ve already commented that I love these, but while I had this page up on my browser again, I thought I’d let you know that these have become my new favorite go-to when I’m craving a cookie. It’s so nice to be able to make just one or two cookies instead of a whole batch! Great for satisfying cravings without giving you too much temptation 🙂

  52. Charlotte Kath says

    I just made these for my little sister and they turned out lovely, pictures on my blog 🙂 stacked them alternatively with milk chocolate pancakes and I think I earnt my place in the awesome big sister books. Just shown my little sis your site and she’s obssessed already!

  53. Jade C says

    Ohh my, these are just TOO GOOD!!!!
    I’ve just made these, using WW flour, 1tsp ground flax and 1tsp Agave instead of the sugar.
    These pancakes are JUST LIKE pillow-soft chocolate chip cookies!! Too good!! ((I did use about 50g chocolate chips..!!))
    I have just found Sunvita dark chocolate chips and they are so delicious!! Have you thought about somehow making chocolate pancakes with a peanut butter ((or banana butter would be awesome!!)) swirl?? I think I will have to try this soon ((just as soon as I buy some more peanut butter, that is!!))
    Keep up the awesome work, Katie!!

    Jade C.

  54. Brittney says

    Your recipes are amazing!!!! I was wondering if you could sub out almond or coconut flour for the whole wheat and if so would I need more eggs? Does this work for your other desserts too? I cant WAIT to try this. Chocolate chip pancakes for breakfast here I come! Thank you so much for your amazing recipes, I can not wait t try some/ all!! Ithink I pinned every single one of them in pinterest!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      I would caution against using ALL coconut or almond flour. I’ve always heard that they are too crumbly alone and need to be subbed with 1/2 of another flour like ww pastry (or rice flour and some xantham gum). Also, coconut flour sops up liquid like crazy! So you might need more liquid too.

  55. Karen says

    YUM! We are out of chocolate chips, so we made these without them…for lunch. I knew I needed to add something kind of protein and something else to replace the chips. I made a pb syrup out of a little cream cheese, brown sugar, pb, & milk. It was so good! I also decided to stack two pancakes and “stuff” them with a little pb & let the kids dip in syrup. Much to my surprise, they didn’t care for the syrup, but had seconds on the pb stuffed pancakes. These will definitely be in our lunch rotation!

  56. Rachel says

    Yum! This has always been my favorite “weekend” recipe 🙂 Today I made this recipe but I didn’t have any chocolate chips so I added a melted banana instead. Oh. My. Gosh…it was AMAZING! I added a bit of cinnamon and nutmeg and have now figured out my favorite new recipe! Just thought I’d share 🙂

  57. Kate says

    I make these several times a week and they are delicious. I sometimes sub about 1/4 of the flour for almond flour. Anymore than that, and they get too crumbly, but the almond flour adds a nice flavor to them and makes them a tad bit healthier.

  58. stp81091 says

    Made these for the first time yesterday morning. What a flawless recipe! You are so awesome Katie. These, along with your brownie batter pancakes and red velvet pancakes, are likely just the best pancakes I have ever had (although these I think are my very favorite!). I have tried a lot of different pancake recipes since going vegan, but yours are by far the best. I can’t wait to try all the other pancake recipes of yours. Thanks so much Katie 🙂

      • Heidi Gurley says

        So this week I have proceeded to make your oatmeal raisin cookies, twice, the mint chocolate chip cupcakes, and now these pancakes!!!!!!!! They have all turned out fantastic!! I did discover that I should stick with the recommended amount of sugar for the cookies, they are way better that way then when I reduced the sugar. I used whole wheat flour for both the cupcakes and the pancakes. I am so happy to have stumbled upon your blog on pinterest!!! The cupcakes and pancakes were for my son’s 7th birthday and they thought they were eating so unhealthy….it was so fun to tell him that they were healthy!
        Thank you!!

  59. Rachel says

    I just made these! …Well, kind of. I started to make them and discovered that I was out of chocolate chips. Instead of buying more, I put some cocoa powder in the batter. Then I added a chopped up banana and spread peanut butter between the pancakes. Delicious! I love this blog!

  60. marti says

    just had to say that i’ve been having these for breakfast almost every day..its a treat to myself 🙂 and its even better with banana and peanut butter… YUM!

  61. Cassie D. says

    These looked so good and I tried them but they came out really lumpy and wouldn’t cook all the way through. I’m thinking it was the oats I used, is there a difference between rolled oats and the quaker oats that come in that big container? I know the mistake has to be on my end because these look so awesome!

    • Chocolate-Covered Katie says

      Can you please give more specifics than that. It’s impossible to know what you did wrong unless you give more specifics about the ingredients you used. Others have made this successfully, so I know it’s not a misprint in the recipe. The more detailed you can be, the better :).

  62. chris says

    I just made these pancakes this morning and they are wonderful. 🙂 Thanks for another wonderful recipe. (My other favorite of yours is the single lady cupcake)
    My only added in treat: 1/2 scoop protein powder (in chocolate of course)

    My only problem is when I used to add up the calories it was a heck of a lot more than what Allie (your other reader) came up with.
    I used your recipe as directed and mine were 356 calories (not including the protein powder) with the protein powder it was 426 calories.

  63. Arispa says

    Of course, sorry for being vague!
    I matched the recipe pretty much to a T. I did the baking powder option in replacement of the ener-G egg, and I used almond milk for the liquid. I also used white flour.

    • Cheryl in NC says

      Arispa, you probably just used the whole 1/2 cup liquid instead of adding only as much as needed to arrive at the correct consistency. Next time just add liquid as needed. 🙂

  64. Cara says

    These are delicious!! Was the reader who calculated the calories only talking about half the recipe? The whole recipe (excluding chocolate chips) is at least 270 calories.

  65. Jamee says

    I woke up wanting something simple, filling, healthy, and involving chocolate. These absolutely did the job. In fact, they made my Saturday. I didn’t have chocolate chips but found some unsweetened baker’s chocolate and chopped two squares of that to make shaved chocolate chunks. Consequently, the pancakes were not very sweet but were very rich and filling. I could only eat two, and saved the rest for later (using your suggestion NOT to cover them). Thank you! I’ll be making these again, and I also look forward to trying the rest of your pancake recipes!

  66. Andrea says

    This has got to be one of my favourite foods ever! Let alone breakfasts! I made it for my nephew and niece once and they LOVED it!

    I’ve made it a few times and I can give a hint, when mixing the ingredients before adding the chocolate chips, bar-mix the wet and dry ingredients together to get a really smooth consistency. It’s still chewy and delicious but they look like perfect choc-chip cookies and aren’t as lumpy.

  67. Anonymous says

    I put the exact ingredients in my waffle maker and they turned out great! A little smaller but still tasty! Thanks for the recipe.

  68. Becky says

    I made these this morning, and they were ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!!!! So easy, so filling, and such a great way to start the morning 🙂

  69. Eva says

    This recipe is AMAZING, i love it 🙂 But only there is no way this recipes is a 130 calories, since a 1/3 of a cup of flour is already around 120 calories…

    • Julia Smith says

      Yup, I thought the same thing! I calculated it with 300 calories in all with the sugar, and 350 with a tablspoon of chocolate chips. I think that person was probably thinking of half the recipie! Idk haha! 😛

  70. Julia Smith says

    Hmm… I don’t know how the reader calculated that calorie count! Mine calculated with 300 calories for the whole recipie, with 1 tbsp brown sugar. With 1 tbsp of chocolate chips it was 351 calories, and 6.6 grams of fat! Hmm! 😛

  71. a-me says

    This looks awesome, I’m definitely going to try it. 😀 Thank you for adding in substitution ingredients for the “not so common pantry items”

  72. Alix says

    Hi Kaite! These look awesome, but I was wondering do you have a sub for chocolate chips? Like a non-refined sugar sub? Thnx!!

  73. chiara says

    I get so confused with the system of measurement!I’m European and we use kilos/grams for recipes. What’s one cup? Anyway love these!

  74. Kplan says

    These were great of course. Thanks! One note however: This recipe may serve 1 – 2 very petite women, but it barely serves one normal guy.

    Well, jury’s still out on “normal,” but I mean fit, of slightly above average height. =]

  75. Gabby says

    I’m eating these right now and WOW! Usually I douse my pancakes in toppings to make them better but I didn’t even need to put anything on top of these wonderful ooey-gooey cookie-pancakes!! I’m actually eating them with my hands just as I would a normal cookie :p They’re so yummy… really hits the spot 🙂 And LOVE how they have no fat in them. Great job as always, Katie!

  76. Kate says

    I know you said you didn’t have chocolate syrup on the pancakes, but I make no such promises! And is that marshmallow sauce, just wondering?

  77. Ciera says

    Amazing pancakes!!!! I left out the chocolate chips and drizzled agave nectar on top to make them more traditional. I made mine in a Mickey Mouse waffle maker which seemed to work great! I can’t wait to try other variations with raisins and cinnamon or strawberries

  78. Stephanie says

    My son has been asking for chocolate chip cookies, so I made these in waffle form for this morning’s Sunday breakfast. Delicious, thank you for sharing. I have your website on the Internet equivalent of speed dial. 🙂

  79. Bianca says

    Katie, you were right; I do feel like I’m having cookies for breakfast! They tasted great, and are perfect for sneaking dessert into my breakfast. 🙂 But I was just wondering: how do you get your pancakes to turn out so round? Mine always become shapeless little blobs… Well, at least they still taste like chocolate chip cookies!

  80. PumpkinspicedJulianna says

    I went a little overboard on the chocolate chips but you did say galore right??? These were absolutely delicious!!

    • ari says

      just tried this (finally!) with gluten free all purpose flour (some store brand stuff) It worked well, i just needed to add more flour than the recipe calls for, until it was pancake batter consistency! My first pancake turned out as mush, and i kept adding flour accordingly until i found a good ratio! But they were delicious! 🙂

  81. BakeMeABallerina says

    Made these for my sister this morning and she said it tasted like she was eating cookies…. and that’s coming from a serious chocolate and cookie lover 🙂 <3

  82. Rachael Newton says

    What is this DECADENT RICH CHOCOLATE WATERFALL that is flowing unto these beautiful pancakes? It looks incredible but can’t seem to find a simple “chocolate syrup” recipe on your site.. Is there a brand you reccomend?

    You are such an inspiration.

    With love,

  83. Maddie says

    Just made these pancakes for the second time in two days… and they are yummy! Just a quick question, are they meant to be doughy (p.s. I don’t mind doughy pancakes!) x

  84. Ashleigh Pascoe says

    Hi Katie!
    I discovered your blog a month or so ago and have been trying your recipes since 🙂 Some have worked, some haven’t (my mistakes) but all of them have been lots of fun! You are so talented and so generous to share these with us. I love your recipes and I want to make all of them! Doesn’t it suck that some foods are so expensive and hard to find?
    Anyway, I love my pancakes so the cookie dough pancakes recipe is one of my fave recipes of yours! But I am curious… what does baking powder do? And what happens if I omit it?

  85. Finnie says

    I’m a HUGE fan of your recipes but your nutrtion info is always kind of weird. The flour alone already has about 140 calories (and I mean without the oats!) So I really don’t get how you can calculate 130 for the entire recipe.. But great recipe anyways!

  86. Grace says

    made these twice this week! absolutely in love.
    added a bit more liquid to my last little bit of batter and made an awesome crepe!!
    thanks as always for the recipe, katie!

  87. Amy says

    Just made these for my boyfriend! His response was “These are the best pancakes you’ve ever made me so far” 🙂 was thrilled! I told him I got the recipe from that healthy dessert blog I’m on 24/7 hahah 😛 Thanks Katie for yet another amazing recipe!

  88. Candace says

    Hi there,
    I was just wondering if you could tell me how to make these using cacao nibs instead of chocolate chips. I try really hard to avoid sugar. I will use a little coconut palm sugar or stevia. Do you think adding a little of one of these to the batter would be enough sweetness with the cacao nibs and if so, how much?

  89. Vienna says

    I made these today and they turned out absolutely perfect! My sister and I both agreed that these are the best pancakes we’ve ever had (not to mention how healthy they are). Thank you so much for your time and commitment to create healthy, delicious, and easy recipes! You really do deserve your success today!

  90. Alicia says

    Hi Katie,
    I loved this idea. I doubled the recipe for hungry hubby and myself this morning and it absolutely did not work. Too soupy and so it didn’t flip without getting messed up. 🙁 I’ve put the batter in a bread pan to try and salvage it in the oven. Just wanted you to know in case anyone had a similar experience.

  91. Erika says

    I love.your blog Katie! These are my go- to pancakes! I always have to double the recipe since my non vegan hubby loves them so much! I use 1/3 cup of flour and 1/3 cup oat flour. I always let my batter sit for a little bit so maybe that helps because they turn out great. I do make them small though because the bigger they are the harder they are to flip.

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