Presidents Day George Washington Pancakes

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Presidents Day George Washington Pancakes

I had totally forgotten about Presidents Day until the boys reminded me on Friday that they had off of school on Monday. We made these fun George Washington Pancakes yesterday morning and it was very easy and fun to make. The boys got a kick out of it!



  • Shape your pancake mix in the pan on low heat into the shape of his face.
  • Cut around the edges with kitchen scissors to clean it up when it’s cooled off just a bit.
  • Place on the plate.
  • Make another pancake and cut the nose, lips, and eye lids out of that.
  • Spray on the whipped cream for the hair and eyes.
  • Cut the ends off of a dark grape for the pupils.

That’s it! The kids will have fun making this as well and it’s a fun way to talk about our history and George Washington!

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31 comments on “Presidents Day George Washington Pancakes”

  1. This is hilarious! I made these and they were a huge hit!! I love your website! You have such great ideas for things that are so fun and easy to make too!!

  2. Beth (

    WOW – amazing!! You have the coolest creations!! Thanks for linking up to TGIF!! Have a GREAT week,
    Beth =-)

  3. Carolyn at Moose Mouse Creations

    These are great! Will try to make tomorrow morning. My 8 year old history buff will LOVE them (so will my other kids – because they have whipped cream!)

  4. Audra @ Once a Mom Always a Cook

    I love this!!! Found your through Craft O Maniac! I have a cooking blog myself a would love for you to stop by anytime! Have a wonderful day 🙂 Oh and I am pinning this.

  5. These adorable! Thanks for linking up on Made by you Monday! I shared these on facebook and twitter.