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How to Make the Best Pancake Characters

Make fun pancake art in just 4 easy steps, poor, flip peel and enjoy! Ingredients: Pancake batter  3 tbsp of butter Tracy Cakes transfer paper Preparation: Heat a lightly oiled/buttered griddle or frying pan over medium high heat. We used a non-stick griddle (set between 350-375 degrees), which did not require oil or butter. Prepare the pancake batter according to your favorite pancake mix brand. Use a light colored batter and place batter into a squeeze bottle for best results. We used Aunt Jemima pancake mix for this recipe. Now you are ready to create your character. 1. Properly place the transfer paper on the griddle. Using a squeeze bottle pour the batter covering your character. Outline the outside of the character and...

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Very Humble Beginnings

Special thanks have to go out to the Internet.  Without it, our lives would be devoid of videos featuring cute kittens and those goats that fall over when they're scared.  Everyone loves that. However, with such bounties also came videos of dads with seemingly endless artistic talent going so far as to entertain their loving children with splendid works of art.  In pancake batter!! Ok, I can do that.  Or can I? The photo below is a real father's honest first attempt at "Pancake Art." The boys, gentle creatures that they are, saw fit to celebrate my achievement, if only by graciously eating the thing.   Luckily, the oldest had a moment of true insight and sought pity on me....

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