pancakes

red velvet corndog

Like corn dogs and pancakes? Then this post is for you. The Vulgar Chef “got drunk and made corn dogs a few ways” and that includes wrapping hot dogs in pancakes. He used blueberry pancakes for one version and red velvet pancakes on another. He doesn’t got into any details on how he made them but don’t let that stop you from experimenting!

See the blueberry pancake corn dogs after the break.

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Pancake artist extraordinaire Nathan Shields has been featured on That’s Nerdalicious for everything from Star Wars to fractals to Halloween pancakes. His latest creations are these Darth Vader and Elsa stencils that were made with a combination of cocoa powder and powdered sugar. You can even download his stencils and make these yourself.

See Elsa and the video after the break.

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The rest of us are going to have to step up our games next Saturday morning if we want to keep up with these pancake creations. Redditor ptgkbgte posted these pictures from a friend who didn’t just make shaped pancakes for his kids, but made them full on color pictures.

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(Dragonarte via Cheezburger)

spiro pancake

If you ever played with a Spirograph as a kid, you know how much fun they were. You may have also wondered how your spiroskills might have an application in your future daily life.

It turns out that your ability to spiro may have a real world application thanks to the Pangraph.

Pancakes in amazing geometric shapes? Bring on the syrup!

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Pancakes on a stick may not be new, but a machine that will let you make these tasty treats is big news! All you do is pour in some batter, put in a stick, and then wait about ten minutes and you’ve got yourself a pancake. I know, that’s an awfully long time to wait for a single pancake, but it’s on a stick so that makes it totally worth the wait.

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rice cooker pancake

Tired of using your rice cooker to make rice? Then follow Casey Baseel’s advice and used it to make a huge, glorious, puffy pancake. Doesn’t it look delicious?

You simply have to throw your ingredients into the rice cooker pot, stir everything together, and push the start button. In a short while, you’ll have a mound of delicious cooked pancake. It’s less work, less clean-up, and an all around win. We won’t judge you if you plan to eat the entire thing all by yourself.

Get full instructions on making the cake-like pancakes at RocketNews24.

(via Foodbeast)

jimbeam

Adding whiskey to your maple syrup might not sound like the most productive way to start your day, but it sure does sound delicious. We’re not too sure how much Bourbon is in these whiskey-infused Jim Bean Pancake Syrup bottles, but each bottle carries 16-ounces of sugary goodness, so at least there’s plenty to work with. You can buy a pack of six, and you can add the syrup to just about anything: pancakes, crepes, french toast–heck, you can even add it to your coffee. Enjoy!

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star wars creatures and aliens pancakes

It’s no secret that Nathan Shields is a talented pancake artist. So it’s no surprise that his new Star Wars aliens and creatures pancakes are so spot on. I’m impressed by how he nailed the shading on the Rodian and the Bith. And the little bantha looks so cute! Can I hire him to make pancakes for me one morning?

(Saipancakes via Neatorama)

birthday pancake dog

While we’ll never know why this dog reacted the way it did to the birthday pancake, you can’t help but add your own comment.

“I said I wanted waffles”

“Fire bad!”

“I don’t eat GLUTEN.”

“I wanted a pony!”

and so on.

Feel free to add your own caption in the comments.

(via Buzzfeed)