I am totally excited to share this post with y’all today. First, because these chocolate milk pancakes are my new favorite thing. Second because cinnamon peanut butter now exists in my life (!!!). Third because I’m announcing my partnership with Degustabox!
This month I received my first Degustabox. It’s a surprise monthly grocery subscription that will send you 10-15 nonperishable products in the mail to try out. Many of the items are new to stores, so it’s a great way to try out a fresh product. I loved it because I got so many items that I ended up wanting to buy again, and it pushed me to come up with new recipes to use the unique ingredients.
Since you’re a reader of Bunny Baubles, you can get your first box half off! Try it out and see what you think. The first box I received added up to about $35 worth of groceries (click here to see what was in this month’s box). Click the link below to sign up for only $10!
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Let’s get back to those pancakes. The two items I was immediately drawn to in my Degustabox were the Elmhurst Harvest Chocolate Almond Milk and the JIF Cinnamon Peanut Butter. Almond milk is not a staple in my house normally, but I can get in to anything chocolate. I had also never tried cinnamon peanut butter before, but I may only buy cinnamon peanut butter from now on. SO DELICIOUS.
Chocolate and peanut butter, is there a better combination? When it comes to dessert, if it incorporates these two I will most definitely be trying it. I’m going to make a blanket statement and say that starting my day off with dessert for breakfast will result in a good day. Chocolate milk pancakes = a great excuse for dessert for breakfast.
Though the almond milk was chocolate flavored, I added some extra cocoa powder to amp it up. I’m not a fan of “lightly flavored” anything. Topping these beauties with a cinnamon peanut butter sauce only seemed natural to me, and I layered it ON. To finish them off I added a dash of sprinkles (why not) and had myself a seriously awesome start to the day!
Let me know if you sign up for Degustabox and how you like the products! I’ve only received one box so far, but I can’t wait to see what’s in the next one. Each month I will also be creating recipes from the items in the box, so you can easily recreate them if you get a box too! The June box is still available so you can get all of the items you need to make this recipe. If you have trouble with the link above, just use my coupon code for 50% off: WTQER.
See below for the pancake recipe.
Thank you to Degustabox for sponsoring the blog post. All recipes and opinions about the products and Degustabox are my own.
Chocolate Milk Pancakes with Cinnamon Peanut Butter Sauce
Chocolate Milk Pancakes:
3/4 cup Elmhurst Harvest Chocolate Almond Milk
3 Tbs. Butter, melted
1 1/3 cups Flour
1/4 cup Cocoa Powder
1/3 cup Sugar
1 1/2 tsp. Baking Powder
1/4 tsp. Baking Soda
1/2 tsp. Salt
Cinnamon Peanut Butter Sauce:
1/2 cup JIF Cinnamon Peanut Butter
1/3 cup Elmhurst Harvest Chocolate Almond Milk
1. Whisk together in a bowl your chocolate almond milk, eggs, and melted butter. Add in your flour, cocoa powder, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Mix until combined, but there are still some lumps in the batter. Over mixing will cause your pancakes to fall flat!
2. Heat up your griddle or a frying pan to medium heat and spray with a cooking spray, like Pam, to keep your pancakes from sticking. Pour your batter on to the griddle in 1/4 cup amounts. Allow to cook on one side for about two minutes and then flip. Cook for about another minute. Repeat with all of the batter.
3. Make your peanut butter sauce by simply heating up the peanut butter and the chocolate almond milk in a pan until it has formed a syrup consistency. You may have to add a little more milk to make the syrup runny enough to pour. Serve in a small pitcher with your pancake stacks. Add on chocolate chips, sprinkles, whipped cream, powdered sugar, extra cinnamon, or just eat them plain!
Recipe by Bunny Baubles Blog