Easy Minecraft Creeper Pancake

Fun holiday pancake!

Get in my belly, you Creeper! says any kid who loves Minecraft!


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If you have a Minecraft fanatic in your home, they will love this pancake! I don’t know about you but I am not good at drawing free-handed but I want to make so many creative pancakes. So, one morning, after making colorful pancakes with my little ones I thought, why not trace a picture!

YOU can impress your children (and yourself) with super cool pancakes that look just like their favorite movie or game characters! How cool is that??? Now, what are you waiting for??? Give it a try! 🙂

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Heat your griddle to 300 degrees.


Print Your Image

I found an image, online, of a Minecraft creeper, saved it, printed it out in color on standard paper, then trimmed it leaving a little white space on all sides.


Prep Your Piping Bags

I used piping bags to draw fine lines I just can't get with squeeze bottles. Fit your piping bags with couplers and tips and set aside for now. We will fill them soon.

10 min

The Batter

Whip up your favorite, from scratch or box, pancake batter.

15 min

Let's Color!

First, pour about 1/4 of your batter into a mixing bowl, add small amounts of the red gel food coloring at a time until you get the color you want. Stir until all the color is evenly mixed in the batter. Pour the colored batter into one of your already prepared piping bags.

Secondly, color another 1/4 of your batter with the green gel food coloring. Pour the colored batter into a piping bag.

Thirdly, color another 1/4 of your batter with the black gel food coloring. Pour the colored batter into a piping bag.

Lastly, pour the remaining 1/4 of uncolored batter into a piping bag.


Get To Tracing!

Cut two pieces of parchment paper a little larger than the image you printed. Lightly spray the griddle with cooking spray. Place one piece of parchment paper on the griddle. Lay your printed image on the parchment paper. Cover the image with the second piece of parchment paper. You've just sandwiched your image in parchment paper to keep it dry.

Begin tracing the outlines of your image, alternating the colors.

Next, fill in the areas such as the red for the hat, green and black for the head and face, uncolored for the white areas of the santa hat until you are done.

Pull the bottom piece of parchment paper and the printed image out from under the top piece of parchment and allow the pancake (on the parchment paper) to cook. When you see bubbles all over the pancake, flip it, carefully remove the parchment paper and cook the other side for 2-3 minutes.


The Finishing Touch!

Decorate the pom pom and trim of the hat, drizzle with maple syrup and enjoy!!

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