I've always said I'm not a huge fan of breakfast foods. Whenever traveling, I have to work to find a place that sells just what I want, nothing too greasy or heavy on the meat side. That being said, looking back over my posts, many of them have to do with breakfast foods. Part of that may be because I choose to post midday, and need something I can make before that, photograph, and, most importantly, get my family to eat; mostly though, I think it's that I'm trying to find a good breakfast that I like, that I can reliably turn to week to week.
This 'recipe' is one of those breakfasts. It makes your average morning a bit more special, with hardly any added effort.
To make, simply whip up whatever pancake batter you usually use, and then add shredded coconut. I prefer the sweetened variety for this, but I have used unsweetened and it works just fine. Stir the coconut in until the batter looks rather thick. When the pan is hot, spoon a bit of batter on and spread it out. (The coconut will hold the batter more into a ball, so you have to spread unless you want ridiculously thick pancakes.) When the batter is spread, sprinkle mini chocolate chips on top. Cook as usual. Serve plain, or with butter, whipped cream, powdered sugar, whatever you like, really. :) Enjoy!