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Dia de los Muertos—the Day of the Dead is celebrated on November 1st, and if you haven’t made sugar skulls yet, consider creating them from pancakes. That’s what pancake wizard Nathan Shields did, and the results are intricate and beautiful. The trick? Put your pancake batter in a squeeze bottle. And be very, very patient.
See how these artful pancakes were made in the video after the break.
To celebrate the premiere of the latest season of The Walking Dead, pancake maker extraordinaire Nathan Shields of Saipancakes has created pancakes themed to the show. He’s previously shown us how to make zombie pancakes, so this time he’s focused on the show’s human characters. Just don’t let the two pancakes mingle or you know there’s going to be a fight.
See the how-to video after the break.
Once again, Nathan Shields has stepped up his Dad game with these creeptastic zombie pancakes. He’s come up with hundreds of cool designs over at Saipancakes, but these are the ones that you need to break out for the kids this weekend to get them ready for Halloween. He even created a time-lapse video to show how he did it so you can make undead pancakes, too.
See the video after the break.
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.
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.
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.
See more pictures after the break.
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!
You can watch the video after the break.
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.
See another picture after the break.