Pancake art

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A robot pancake

Pancake art is an art form in which works are created on a griddle or frying pan using pancake batter as the medium applied from a pancake pen. Batters containing different food colouring may be used to create a colour piece, or contrasting shades can be achieved by allowing parts of the image to cook longer. When cooking is complete, the pancake is flipped over to reveal the final image.[1][2][3][4]

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  1. ^ Writer, Dominique Mosbergen Senior; Post, The Huffington (8 September 2014). "Dad Whips Up Pancakes That Are (Almost) Too Stunning To Eat".
  2. ^ "Pancakes for Charity! This Dad Is Making Edible Art for a Good Cause".
  3. ^ News, A. B. C. (16 May 2014). "Dad Educates Kids With Incredible Pancake Art".
  4. ^ Brennan, Danielle. "This guy's pancake art is amazing! See his edible designs of the TODAY anchors".

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