Dad Squeezes Pancake Batter Into Weird Pattern, Then Flips It Over To Reveal Rachael’s Face

by Ileana Paules-Bronet
Ileana is a writer on the Original Content team. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

There’s no better breakfast than a delicious, fluffy pancake. You can top it with berries, whipped cream, maple syrup, chocolate, or any other sweet treat you’d like!

Pancakes are a perfect go-to breakfast because they’re so versatile; you can even use the batter to make DIY funnel cakes! And on top of being delicious, they’re kid friendly!

I remember having breakfast on the weekends at my house as a kid, and I was always excited when my parents made pancakes into shapes.

Usually, they were simple shapes — like snowmen and Mickey Mouse ears — but I always loved them. When I saw what some pancake makers can do, though, I was blown away.

On a recent episode of the Rachael Ray Show, a talented dad went on air to show everyone how he makes creative pancakes for his kids.

He put some pancake batter into squeeze bottles, turned on the stovetop, and started making his incredible work of art.

He squeezed pancake batter into the pan in a seemingly random way, but when he was finished, he flipped it over and revealed that the pancake actually looked just like a certain talk show host.

Check out the incredible food artist at work in the video below! Do you wish you could make pancake art like this?

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