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Scary Pancake Bat
Celebrate Halloween any day with these especially spooky bat pancakes. Your little ghouls will go absolutely batty for these tasty treats!
Ingredients
  • 2 De Wafelbakkers Buttermilk Pancakes
  • 3 De Wafelbakkers Mini Buttermilk Pancakes
  • Chocolate hazelnut spread
  • 2 pieces of candy corn
  • 2 marshmallows
  • 2 chocolate chips

Tools

Spreading knife

Cutting knife

Steps

First, heat pancakes in the microwave according to packaging instructions.

Once pancakes have cooled, cover the first Buttermilk Pancake with chocolate hazelnut spread to make the body. Then, split the second Buttermilk Pancake in half, cover in hazelnut spread, and place at the sides of the first pancake for the wings. Cut one of the Mini Pancakes in half, cover both halves in hazelnut spread, and then pace above the Buttermilk Pancake body to form the ears.

Next, place two mini pancakes near the top of the body, and then add marshmallows on top of those and chocolate chips on top of those to form your bat’s eyes.

Finally, place two pieces of candy corn on the bottom to form the teeth. With that your bat is complete, but don’t blame us if your kids get a sweet tooth!

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- Katharine L
Florida
Scary Pancake Bat
Celebrate Halloween any day with these especially spooky bat pancakes. Your little ghouls will go absolutely batty for these tasty treats!
Ingredients
Tools

Spreading knife

Cutting knife

Steps

First, heat pancakes in the microwave according to packaging instructions.

Once pancakes have cooled, cover the first Buttermilk Pancake with chocolate hazelnut spread to make the body. Then, split the second Buttermilk Pancake in half, cover in hazelnut spread, and place at the sides of the first pancake for the wings. Cut one of the Mini Pancakes in half, cover both halves in hazelnut spread, and then pace above the Buttermilk Pancake body to form the ears.

Next, place two mini pancakes near the top of the body, and then add marshmallows on top of those and chocolate chips on top of those to form your bat’s eyes.

Finally, place two pieces of candy corn on the bottom to form the teeth. With that your bat is complete, but don’t blame us if your kids get a sweet tooth!