Millet Chocolate Pancake Made Using Zero Maida Archana's Kitchen Chocolate Pancake Mix

Indulge in the rich, velvety flavor of chocolate pancake made with our Millet Chocolate Pancake Mix. These pancakes are made using a wholesome millets like ragi and foxtail, which is high in fiber and packed with nutrients. The addition of natural cocoa powder in the mix brings a deep, chocolatey taste to each bite.

Archana Doshi
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Enjoy a stack of these fluffy chocolate pancakes topped with melted chocolate or a drizzle of honey for a sweet and satisfying breakfast. The nutty, slightly sweet flavor of millet pairs perfectly with the rich cocoa flavor, creating a delicious harmony of taste and texture. Whether you're looking for a tasty breakfast or a decadent dessert, our Chocolate Pancakes made with Millet Pancake Mix are the perfect treat for any occasion.

These pancakes are made using Archana's Kitchen Chocolate Pancake mix that made wholesome using millets like ragi and foxtail, which is high in fibre and packed with nutrients. The addition of natural cocoa powder in the mix brings a deep, chocolatey taste to each bite.

Cuisine: Continental
Course: World Breakfast
Diet: High Protein Vegetarian
Prep in

2 M

Cooks in

10 M

Total in

12 M

Makes:

10 Pancakes

Ingredients

  • 1 Pack Archana's Kitchen Chocolate Pancake Mix
  • 1 cup Milk , 240 ml approx
  • 1 tablespoon Oil , sunflower preferred or soft butter
  • Honey , optional for topping
  • Mixed nuts , optional for topping
  • Chocolate sauce , optional for topping

How to make Millet Chocolate Pancake Made Using Zero Maida Archana's Kitchen Chocolate Pancake Mix

  1. To begin make a millet chocolate pancake using Archana's Kitchen Chocolate Pancake Mix, first prep all the ingredients and keep them ready.

  2. Into a mixing bowl, add the pancake mix, the oil/ butter and milk. Combine well to make a smooth batter with no lumps.

  3. To make in a tawa, heat a non stick tawa/ skillet over medium heat. Grease it with a little oil. Pour a ladleful of batter on the pan.

  4. The batter will spread on its own and form a circular shape - approximately 3 inches.

  5. Cook on medium heat until the top looks steamed and begins to get air pockets.

  6. At this stage, flip over and cook for less than a minute or until done and has a light golden brown colour on both sides.

  7. To make in a paniyaram pan, heat a paniyaram pan over medium heat. Drizzle some oil into the cavities.

  8. Spoon a small ladleful of batter into the cavities. Keep the heat on low and cover the pan. Once you notice the top getting cooked, open the lip and flip the pancakes to cook on the other side.

  9. It will get done in less than a minute, once cooked on both sides, remove the chocolate pancake from pan and serve!

  10. Enjoy a stack of these fluffy chocolate pancakes topped with melted chocolate or a drizzle of honey for a sweet and satisfying breakfast. You can also top it of with sliced bananas and nuts and make it more nutritious.