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01/06/2008

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Caprica

Sooo? How's they come out?
They sell them at our localMeijer and the novelty factor alone makes them tempting.

karen

I bought them for the novelty - and the promise of convenience. The batter is a smidge sweet for my taste, but the girls give it two big thumbs up (so does my husband).
Now we can have pancakes on school days!

Nancy

Wow! It's even organic.

Austin1234

[this is good] Cool!

karen

I know! When Xav pointed that out on the can I didn't really believe him.

Steve Betz

[this is good] All I could think of was: "This is your brain. This is your brain on vox. Any questions?"

Karen Lynn

i live in the wrong state dangit!

havybeaks

Very cool! You can do this with regular pancake mix, too, but it's probably not as easy. I used to make all sorts of shapes as a kid.

Jody

Karen: Like you, I found Batter Blaster a little too buttery and a little too sweet, but that just means adding less syrup and butter out of the pan (well, in theory). But they are rather convenient and create less of a mess than home- or semi-home made batter!Havybreaks: I am imagining a large syringe could do the trick... think "caulk gun" (with delicious batter instead of silicone sealant, of course!). Of course, I don't have one and try to make shapes using the "careful pour" method. I have found out two things: 1) batter can get places in your kitchen that you weren't even aware existed, and 2) I'm no pancake artist!

Emjay

Reminds me of the first time I saw cheese in a can .... and thought "only in America"! :-)

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