Chocolate Orange Creamsicle Pancakes

Chocolate Orange Creamsicle Pancakes
Prep Time Cook Time Serves
10 Minutes  8 Minutes 2-3


See the notes below the recipe for a lot of possible customization with this recipe.

Ingredients for Pancakes: 

  • 1 Cup + 2 Tablespoons Sticky Fingers Chocolate Chip Pancake Mix 
  • 1/2 Cup Orange Juice (Fresh Squeezed for Best Results)
  • 1 Tablespoon Orange Zest 

Ingredients for Coconut Whip: 

  • 1 Can Full Fat Coconut Milk 
  • 1 Tablespoon Orange Zest 
  • 2 Tablespoon Orange Juice (Fresh Squeeze) 
  • 1/4 Cup Powdered Sugar (optional) 

Directions for Pancakes:

  1. Heat a pan or skillet 
  2. Combine all pancakes ingredients, and mix until no dry mix is visible 
  3. Add butter or oil to pan, and add 1/4 cup batter to the pan 
  4. Cook pancakes 4 minutes on each side 
  5. Enjoy with coconut whip.

Directions for Coconut Whip: 

  1. Place can of coconut milk in the fridge for minimum 4 hours, this will solidify the coconut milk from the coconut water.
  2. Put coconut milk in a bowl and discard coconut water 
  3. Add orange juice and zest to the bowl with the coconut milk and mix using a hand mixer 
  4. Once desired texture is achieved, you can add the powdered sugar and mix until combined


  • Totally fine if you would rather use heavy whipping cream instead of coconut milk. 
  • If you want more chocolate flavor you can add extra chocolate chips to the pancake batter or a few tablespoons of cocoa powder to the pancake mix before adding the orange juice 
  • Personally I found that orange extract was too powerful of an orange flavor in the pancake, but you can add that to the whipped topping instead of orange zest and juice 
  • You can make this recipe with the Sticky Fingers Buttermilk Pancake Mix, instead of the chocolate chip 
  • Ideally you should make the whipped topping first, and let it sit in the fridge to cool before adding it to your pancakes. 
  • If you would rather not add powdered sugar to your whipped topping, you can add maple syrup or just add syrup to the pancakes when served (this is what I did in the photo below)


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