Perfect pancake shapes

The Stack & Fill Flower Pancake Molds offer an easy way to fill your pancakes with perfect flavors--and present a pretty pancake in the process.

Pancakes can seem like an easy way to satisfy a whole table full of breakfast-eaters, but you might get a few requests for special orders. The Stack & Fill Flower Pancake Molds from Williams-Sonoma offer an easy way to customize pancakes while still offering an elegant presentation. The molds come in a set of three: ranging from small (4 1/4 inches diameter) to large (6.5 inches diameter). They're shaped like flowers around a central hollow--when you stack these flapjacks, you'll get a perfect place to put syrup. If you've got a few special orders, like jam or even whipped cream, you can contain them in that same hollow. At the very least, you can keep sticky syrups contained a little longer than you might normally hope for. The Stack & Fill Flower Pancake Molds are nonstick and have a handle for easy moving. They are hand-wash only but are easy to clean. Ideally, you should use the pancake molds with a griddle so that you are operating on a flat surface--but you can use other pans if you're willing to take a little more time to make your pancakes. The set of three molds is priced at $16.

The Stack & Fill Flower Pancake Molds Williams-Sonoma

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    Thursday Bram is a freelance journalist of over five years experience. She has worked in real estate and property management, learning the hard way the difference between the appliances that people like and the appliances that actually work in a home. Thursday currently lives in Maryland.

     

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