Chocolate Pancakes...and a Guest Post

So far, since I've been blogging, for about 1 year and a few months, I have not picked up even the concept, about guest posting for someone, until now. This will be my actual second guest post, and I'm all excited about it!
This is not just a guest post, but THE guest post for my special friend, Swathi, who I've had the pleasure to meet through our blogs, since a year ago. We've been staying in touch through e-mail occasionally, since that time, keeping each other posted with our lives.

I am so thrilled, and honored to accept the invitation from my dear friend Swathi, who is the author of
Zesty South Indian Kitchen, and one of the host @ Hearth and Soul, Tuesday Blog Hop. Her blog is so beautiful and exquisite with true South Indian cuisine, and the most amazing yeast breads, that I cannot compete with, so I decided to post something simple, and American, that we can all relate to, is "pancakes."

Not just any old pancakes, but made with your own homemade baking mix. I'm sure you all are familiar with Bisquick baking mix. It has been around for decades. I have used it for years, myself for pancakes, and various other baking goods. Making your own mix is so easy, so practical, that once you have the mix completed...which is such an easy process, you can keep it in your fridge for up to 6 weeks in a plastic container. It's a good way to use up excess butter or margarine, so it will not go bad.
Without further delay, here's my recipe for the Chocolate Pancakes, made with the Homemade Baking Mix, and a simple recipe for easy muffins.

Thank you Swathi, for your gracious invitation to guest post for you. Have a wonderful weekend!
Please stop by Swathi's blog @ Zesty South Indian Kitchen to get the recipe, and say HELLO!















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Comments

  1. I've heard of chocolate chip pancakes, but never chocolate pancakes. (Do I need to get out more?) Very intriguing, Elisabeth!

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  2. Elisabeth,

    Thanks again for doing wonderful guest post for me. I am grateful to have you as friend.

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  3. wow Eli, those pancakes are so fluffy and mouthwatering!

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  4. Wow, I've never made pancakes literally chocolaty like yours. Fantastic! My three-year-old would go crazy if I made these.

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  5. They look fantastic, I will have to try and make them!

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  6. Mmmmmm!!!! Chocolate pancakes and bananas , it looks tooo.... good Elisabeth :) . Have a great weekend .

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  7. loved visiting ur Blog

    http://panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  8. so lovely to see you in choc heaven once more dear Elisabeth!! my next post is all about chocolates too!!!!! been enjoying blog hopping so much that i forgot to post!

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  9. Oh, these look delectable, Lizzie. You know these would be an uber hit in our house. Off to check your guest post~

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  10. Totally mouthwatering~I already love banana pancakes so chocolate banana... WOW

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  11. My post disappeared! What I said was, I am double blessed because you are both my blogging buddies.The most magical dishes you both create,,those are beautiful pancakes!

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  12. These wouldnt last a second here great recipe!

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  13. Hi Elisabeth,chocolate and bananas go great together...Thank you for sharing Swathi's recipe!XO

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  14. Congrats on your guest post! I'm off to check it out at Swathi's blog!

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  15. Wow, looks so good, I'm off to check out your guest post;-)

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  16. Mmmm chocolate and banana! Great combination, Elisabeth! Simple and delicious! Hopping over to Swathi's now.

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  17. What a fantatsic iedea ..chocolate pancakes;)

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  18. Elizabeth, Chocolate pancakes sound so amazing...I will be stoping by to check out your guest post! I am in your neck of the woods but still too far away for me to get to meet you! That would be such a pleasure! We are staying on the pan handle close to Destin! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  19. This is just what I need right now. (:

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  20. Amazing..this is heavenly combination!!! Congrats on the guest post!!!

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  21. Holy moly! That looks aaaaaaamazing :) Heading over there now :)

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  22. i've been looking for a standard homemade baking mix! thanks elizabeth! and the chocolate pancakes look SO good! yay for guest posts! will go check it out now! :D

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  23. Ciao Cara...:-)
    Che buoniiiiiiiii..pensa che io devo ancora provare a fare quelli semplici..ma proverò presto..BRAVISSIMA!!!!;-))
    Un mega kiss,good sunday
    Daiana

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  24. I've never had chocolate pancakes, this looks so so good...!

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  25. These chocolate pancakes look outstanding. I've never made choclate pancakes before. I like that you included a recipe for the home made baking mix.
    A great guest post.

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  26. Elisabeth, these pancakes are decadent...I can't wait to try them! I enjoyed meeting Swathi and loved seeing your delighful guest post! xoxo

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  27. hy dear,
    just went thro the recipe in swathi's space..
    really amazing recipe with eye catchy cliks..
    love your presentation..hats off to you ..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  28. Love pancakes of all flavours! But chocolate has to be one of the best for sure! Yum-o :)

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  29. MY oh My you got me by the first picture. It looks so decadent. I don't mind breaking my diet plan for these sinfully good chocolate pancakes.
    Great guest post... it's always fun to do guest posting... it gives you a chance to get bigger readership. Great job!
    malou

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  30. Wow,these look deliciosus! Thanks for sharing with the Hearth and Soul!

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  31. Congrats on your guest post! Homemade is always the best. The pancakes look wonderful!

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  32. wow is right, chocolate pancakes??? amazing!!!! especially with the sliced bananas, my husband would be in heaven!!!!!! going over to read your guest post now!

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  33. Hey Elisabeth , I made these coz my son is a big chocoholic and also pancakes are his fav , he totally loved it and everyone else too ,so thank you for this wonderful recipe :D .

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  34. These look amazing! Will stop over to see your guest post :)

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