11 February 2012

Crochet a Pancake.....?

No? How about Pancake Doilies?

This was for Mr. Sweethearts, but Miss A wanted it. Then she wanted it on a heart shaped place, lol!

This is what they look like in the pan. You have to be quick and use a thicker than usual recipe and I kept the heat level on a 2 or a 3. Anything else and it was too hot.

Here we go, all turned out. Some didn't make it completely unharmed, it's really hard to flip them.

Miss A had to have a smiley face, but to flip it the sides had to touch.

and Big E, my middle child had to have a spiderman pancake! (they can't all be girly!)

another one cooking

We were going on a road trip today to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge Tn today, but a snowstorm has changed our plans, the least it could do is give us some snow to play in too. Ah well...we have lacy doily pancakes! :)

For the recipe and how to you can go here. Red-Brolly, a wonderful recipe and tutorial, I did everything she said to do and you see how they turned out. :)

Have a lovely day! All day long!


  1. Hi Sarah, looks like you are having some fun with pancake batter. :-) I've given you an award, come check it out when you have time. :-)

  2. lovely...show us how u did that!!

  3. Thank you all! The pancakes are just piped with a cake icing piping bag and a size 3 round tip. It is messy, but pretty.

  4. OH. MY. GAWD!
    These are so unbelievably cute!!! Although... how long did it take to create each one? and ah... followed the link, read instructions...

    *grabs a zip lock bag and preps for some fun time in the morning* i wonder if there are replacements/substitutes for the bicarbonate of soda...

    Stunning photos!♥

  5. * i'm in luck! we bought baking soda yesterday night! *dreams pretty doilies*


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