Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Dracula Pancakes!

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Dracula Pancakes!
We made these Dracula pancakes using the pre-made chocolate pancake spray, regular pancake mix, 1 strawberry, and spray whipped cream.

We sprayed our chocolate pancake mix into the pan and shaped the hair and cape. Save the scraps for the other details. Mix up the regular pancake mix and make the face. You can cut the chocolate and regular pancake shapes with kitchen scissors to make everything fit. Cut a bow tie out of a strawberry. We cut out the eye brows, mouth, and pupils out of the saved chocolate scraps. You could use the rest of the strawberry for the mouth as well. We sprayed on the eyes and fangs with whipped cream.

My boys loved these Dracula pancakes and had a good laugh at breakfast! They vanted to eat more and more!

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looooove this! great job!!

This is too cute!

I love your ideas! they are great!

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How adorable! I love this! Here from the Sweep Tight blog hop. I'm your newest follower.

These are just too cute! Can't wait to try it! Lorie @ Reading Confetti

I've never seen chocolate pancake spray. I'll have to keep my eyes out for it. Your vampire design is fabulous.

Hahaha… This is way too funny! My son will be more then happy to finish his breakfast if I gave him something like this.

You always do the most clever and fun food ideas with your children. I just love your blog and I can't wait to make these with my little ones at home.
Thanks for sharing your creativity with us.
Shauna
myshaenoel.blogspot.com

These are darling! They are going on my pinterest board. Thanks!

This looks so great — what a cute pancake!

Jenny
http://www.simcoestreet.blogspot.com

Great idea! i love it, thanks for sharing.

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