Liv Hansen with Betty Crocker TV demonstrates how to make pancakes in fun shapes that kids will love. Make sure to pour your pancake batter into a squeeze bottle for better control when creating your pancake shapes.
Grease a cool griddle and then turn up the heat. Make your design with your squeeze bottle. Remove the pancake from the griddle when the bottoms are golden brown.
Make a pig by creating two smaller circles and one larger circle. After the pancakes are finished cooling, cut one of the small pancakes in half to form the ears. Place the large pancake on top of it and place the other small pancake on top of that to form the snout. Use blueberries and chocolate chips to decorate the pig pancake. Use whipped cream and strawberries to also garnish your pancakes.
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