Permission to Play With Your Food: Pancake Art

One food-related trend has been taking the internet by storm: pancake art. From Grumpy Cat Pancakes to Easter Egg Pancakes, if you can draw it, you can turn it into a pancake and eat it. Whether you’re trying to get a picky eater to eat breakfast or you just like having fun with your food, making pancake art is both delicious and delightful! Thankfully, the Food Network gives a step-by-step guide to making pancake faces.

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1. Pancake Batter (you can follow this recipe for homemade pancakes)

2. A Thin Squeeze Bottle

3. A Ladle

Directions:

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1. Paint the outline of the face and hair with a thin squeeze bottle filled with batter.

1 Comment
    • Stephanie
    • June 18, 2015
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    Adorable! I’m going to try this! I’m sure it won’t turn out nearly as nice as in the images

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