October 2, 2011

DIY The Art of Pancakes ~ Food That Screams Creativity

by Rebecca E. Parsons

I was browsing for an artful idea to share with you and found these delightful and oh-so-colorful pancakes at Bit Rebels. That started my imagination running like the wild visionary I am…so today’s Sunday Inspiration image is all about playing with your food and transforming  your breakfast into art on a chilly Sunday morning…Enjoy some designer pancakes soon!!!

DIY Colorful Pancakes

secret - just add food coloring to your mix

Good luck pancake cupcakes from Jenni Price Illustration

good luck panakes

secret - place pancake in muffin tin after cooking

Heart-shaped chocolate chip pancakes from My Artful Life

heart shaped choc chip pancakes

secret - make forms with aluminum foil

Lacy filigree hearts from Live Internet...

lacy pancakes

secret - a lacy iron dipped in batter and deep fried

Heart-shaped bananas on top of pecan pancakes from Diary of a Sower

pecan pancakes with heart bananas

secret - cut notch in banana and shape the sides

and shark pancakes for your adventurer from Dunlap11

shark pancake

secret - have no earthly idea!!!


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1 Dale Anne Potter October 2, 2011 at 11:28 am

AWESOME Lace ones! THANKS for this Rebecca!

2 Cuchy October 2, 2011 at 11:55 am

Yummy!!!! Love the rainbow ones.
Just for your info, the shark pancake is the picture on the cover of the book “when pancakes go bad” Optical Delusions with Adobe Photoshop. And the original photomontage is from Robert Schneider. There’s a whole chapter in the book about how he made it. Stunning!

3 Rebecca E. Parsons October 2, 2011 at 12:02 pm

Cuchy:

Thanks for sharing this info!! I could not track it down at all!!!

4 Debbie Lattuga October 2, 2011 at 1:05 pm

Mmmm these are the perfect pancakes for me… virtual! Thanks!

5 Cuchy October 2, 2011 at 5:29 pm

You’re welcome Rebecca. I own that book and inmediately recognized the photo.

6 Louise October 3, 2011 at 12:36 pm

These are amazing!

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