If you’re still serving your kids round beige pancakes… you’re doing it wrong.
It’s a shame that these need to be totally covered in butter and syrup.
Why make boring round pancakes, when you can enjoy yummy math spirals? Nathan of Saipancakes is back with his brand of above-average flapjacks, and something called the Pangraph.
Inspired by the Spirograph, a toy originally released the 60s, Nathan constructed his own version of the contraption that would hold his pancake batter dispenser, and fit right over his pan.
The results are nothing short of awesome. And Pangraphcakes are much more satisfying than the multi-colored pen spirals that you created as a kid. Now we just need a spiraly thingy to apply the syrup.
Round monochrome pancakes are so last year… Fancy illustrated pancakes are where it’s at. And, if you have a good non-stick pan and sick illustrating skills, you could have an awesome tiger pancake like this one.
Brought to us by imgur member SoNorthTheSunDoesntShine, there’s a handy step-by-step on how to do your own. Get yourself to art school first though.
Butter up a Mako or Hammerhead, add syrup and dive in. If you’ll be trying a Great White, we’re gonna need a bigger plate.
If you’re looking to add some savory to your pancakes, or you’re having a few five-year-olds over for brunch… Hot Dog Pancakes are here to help.
Brought to us by CHOW, the pancakes are easy enough to make, by placing slices of your wiener on one side of the pancake and flipping as usual. Pass the syrup and mustard.