Ragi Chocolate Pancakes: Eggless, Soft, Fluffy pancakes made with ragi flour, cocoa powder and whole wheat flour. Ragi is one of the best weight gaining, nutritious, and healthy food for growing kids. This ragi chocolate pancake is one of the best and easiest way to include ragi in your child’s diet. Check out other healthy ragi recipes for babies and toddlers here.
- Pumpkin pancakes
- Egg Banana Pancakes
- Wheat Banana Pancakes
- Apple Pancakes
- Oats pancakes
- Sweet potato pancakes
- Ragi flour- ½ cup
- wheat flour - ¼ cup
- Cocoa powder- ¼ cup
- Baking powder- ½ tsp
- Baking soda- ¼ tsp
- Salt- a pinch
- Butter- 1.5 tbsp
- Powdered Palm Sugar / Powdered Jaggery- ¼ cup
- Vanilla extract- ½ tsp
- Milk- ¾ cup
- Measure and keep all the ingredients ready.
- In a cup add in melted butter. Now powdered palm sugar.
- Mix everything using a hand whisk. Add in milk and give a quick mix.
- In a mixing bowl, place a sieve. Then add ragi flour, whole wheat flour, cocoa powder, salt, baking soda, and baking powder. Sift the flour.
- Now transfer the butter-milk mixture to the ragi flour mix. Stir it gently until moistened.
- Heat a tawa or iron skillet, Sprinkle ½ tsp of butter. Add ¼ cup of pumpkin pancake batter to it and spread it to form a circle. Don't spread too much. It should be thick like pancakes.
- Cook in low, medium flame. Cook until bubbles form on top of pancakes and flip it carefully. Cook the other side for 2 minutes. Repeat the same for the remaining ragi pancake batter.
Here is the video of how to make ragi choco pancake for Toddlers and Kids
- You can add the nuts powder to the ragi pancake batter to make it more healthy.
- Cook everything in low to medium flame; otherwise, it gets burnt or sticky.
- You can skip baking soda and baking powder.
- Don’t spread this ragi pancakes thin. Otherwise, it won’t be fluffy.
- Always check with your pediatrician before introducing any new food.