If you thought PeeWee Herman's Rube Goldberg breakfast machine was impressive, check this thing out.
The Pancake Bot is built from LEGO bricks and gears, and uses air pressure to deliver pancake batter to the griddle in all kinds of designs.
See it in action in this video:
We've been digging on the ridiculous-meets-totally-useful-ness of this revolver shaped egg mold, that seems like it'd work equally well for pancakes, or Jell-o, for that matter.
How would you market it?
"For some banging fried eggs?"
"For firing off a perfect brunch, everytime?"
"Create a breakfast that's always number one with a bullet?"
Post your best in the comments!
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, some genius realized you can make reusable, non-stick pancake molds and put a face on those flapjacks. And then, just a bit ago, someone decided, as clever-minded designers often do, to make a Star Wars version, complete with Yoda, Darth Vader, and a stormtrooper.
"Our Star Wars molds couldn’t be easier to use. Just place them with their handles up on a preheated griddle then pour in your batter. After the first side has set, remove the molds and flip the pancakes. Serve a stack drenched in your favorite syrup – and let the adventures begin."
Has anyone had success with pancake molds