As Seen on TV: Pancake Puffs

Looking to change up your regular morning breakfast? The Pancake Puff might be for you.

These aren't your run of the mill flat pancakes, these flapjacks look like golf balls.

The pancake puff maker has seven holes where you can make pancake puffs or variations of it.

The first thing they want you to do with this pan is heat it up, pre-heat it so to speak and then coat it with some type of oil or non-stick spray.

The nice thing about it, is it comes with it’s own handle so you won't burn your hand when you're trying to pick it up.

After making your pancake mix, you then fill up each of the chambers about three quarters filled.

When they are ready to be flipped over, you take your "flipping sticks", poke it, and then flip it over.

Then once they are done, pop them out and enjoy.

With the Pancake Puffs maker comes a recipe book that includes variances of the pancake puff such as injecting them with creams and jellies.

The pancake puff maker is cast iron and not machine washable.

It's recommended you wash it with clear water for the most part and keep it coated with cooking oil.

I give it a thumbs up and paid $10 for it at CVS.

For more information on purchasing your own Pancake Puff maker, click on the Big Red Bar.


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