Summer Pancake Art Ideas

Wow your kids this summer with art they can eat. We’re not suggesting you sculpt the Statue of Liberty out of pistachio ice cream, or make a meringue replica of the Mona Lisa. But we do have some fun—and simple—summer pancake art ideas that are sure to make your little ones smile. In fact, let the kids help! These simple recipes let everyone join in on the fun, making your summer pancake art feast a true family affair. 

Watch and learn while we whip up summer-themed pancakes shaped like watermelon slices, an ice cream cone, and a strawberry-ringed sun.



How To Make Pancake Art: Ice Cream Cone

Directions:

1. Begin by putting all ingredients for your favorite pancake mix inside the Whiskware™ Batter Mixer and shake.

2. With your freshly mixed pancake batter, pour some into the Whiskware™ Pancake Art bottle, add 1-2 tsp coco powder to create a chocolate batter, add mini BlenderBall® whisk and shake.

3. With the pancake art bottle's chocolate batter, draw the cone of the ice cream cone and wait 30 seconds for it to cook a little, then use the regular pancake batter from the Batter Mixer to fill in all gaps from the cone.

4. Next, draw the outside boarder of the ice cream on top of the cone with the pancake art bottle's chocolate batter.  Wait about 30 seconds, then fill in the middle with the regular batter from the Batter Mixer.

5. Once the pancake is cooked on one side, flip it over and cook the other side.  When the pancake is fully cooked, remove it from the griddle.

6. Now for the finishing touches.  Add whipped cream to the top of the "ice cream cone".  Sprinkle the whipped cream with some colorful sprinkles.  Finish it off with a cherry on top of the whipped cream. Enjoy!

 


How To Make Pancake Art: Watermelon

Directions:

1. Begin by putting all ingredients for your favorite pancake mix inside the Whiskware™ Batter Mixer and shake.

2. With your freshly mixed pancake batter, pour some into the 3 Whiskware™ Pancake Art bottles, add a few drops of green food coloring to one bottle, add mini BlenderBall® whisk and shake.  Do the same with yellow and red for the other bottles

3. Using the green batter, draw a large circle on the griddle with a smaller circle about 1 inch in, fill the ring in with the green batter.

4. Using the yellow batter, line the inner ring with a layer of yellow batter.

5. Using the red batter, fill in the middle of the pancake.  Allow the pancake to cook.

6. When finished cooking, cut the pancake in half and place it on a plate.  Use chocolate chips to represent the black seeds inside an actual watermelon.  Enjoy!

 


How To Make Pancake Art: Strawberry-Ringed Sun

Directions:

1. Begin by putting all ingredients for your favorite pancake mix inside the Whiskware™ Batter Mixer and shake.

2. Pour one large pancake and allow it to fully cook.

3. Once cooked, remove the pancake and put it on a plate.  Using halved strawberries, line the outside of the pancake.  If you would like, use bananas and blueberries as eyes and chocolate chips to form a mouth for your new sun.  Enjoy!

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