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Sunday, May 2, 2010

Pancake/Flapjack Art

Gotta love this blog The Pancake Project, created by Michael Goudeau who is passionate about pancakes. He makes pancake art for his family.




24

Lincoln

And while you're drooling over the pancakes, check out these flapjack portraits by diner owner Bill Smith.

Guy Fieri

Paula Deen

Bobby Flay

Duff Goldman

Bill Smith paints the outline of the face and hair with a squeeze bottle filled with batter


He fills in the remaining gaps with a final ladle of batter

Cook pancake until golden; flip and serve

link - http://www.foodnetwork.com

13 comments:

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

How cute that is!!

Buckeroomama said...

Wow! If J sees these, he'd be after me to try to make his pancakes like these, too! :)

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Amy said...

Great Idea! Alhtough, I'm not sure how mine would turn out if i tried it! Stopping by from MBC ;)
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Steph said...

Those are too cute! I especially like the 2nd one!

RoseBelle said...

Goodness gracious! What a creative mind this guy has! Hmmm....if I were to make a artsy pancake for my kids in the morning, wonder what kind of reaction would I get...

parenting ad absurdum said...

These are amazing - I have enough trouble trying to make a mickey mouse pancake!

Marice said...

those are really cute :) i probably be trying one of these soon!

MollyinMinn said...

Wow, never before have I seen something like that. Those are wild!

Pam said...

Those are so cute. My son would love those. He is always begging me to make pancakes in strange shapes.

Alicia said...

I'm just amazed that he does it so fast that they don't burn!!

My favorite though is 24, since THAT IS MY FAVORITE SHOW!! LOL

blueviolet said...

All I can do is make Mickey Mouse!

Lin said...

Oh, COOL!!! I like the snail the best. :)

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