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Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Check out My Abra-ca-Debora Pancake Art & #win Your very own Pancake Hamper.

Check out My Abra-ca-Debora Pancake Art 
& win Your very own Pancake Hamper.

I don't quite fancy myself as a Picasso, Salvador Dali or a Turnover but when I was sent an amazing hamper of Abra-ca-Debora pancakes and some mystery ingredients, I just had to give it a try. Remember the word try there as my efforts were not brilliant but I tried.


Inside my hamper I found everything I could possibly need to create my Pancake Masterpieces. I decided on two pieces of well known art and gave it my best shot.


I give you my very own interpretation of Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. 


I used dried apricots, slices of chocolate orange, raisins, chopped almonds and of course a Abra-ca-Debora Sweet Pancake. Everything in the picture is completely edible, I should know as I ate it shortly after taking this picture. It was delicious.


Next up is my slightly dodgy version of Scream by Edvard Munch.

For this one I used dried apricots, raisins, chocolate orange slices, chopped almonds, 2 silver cake decorations as eyes and nutella spread for added decoration. 

I had imagined it to be much easier to create than it actually was but I'm quite happy with how it turned out. What do you think? Is it a worthy effort?


Just for fun I had one last go at getting creative with my Pancakes and replicated the Eiffel Tower. What do you think? I think this was my best effort out of the three I did.

If you could create your own Pancake Masterpiece, what would you make?

COMPETITION TIME:

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The Prize will include:
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  • 3 packs of Abra-ca-Debora Original Dutch Pancakes
  • 3 packs of Abra-ca-Debora Diddy Dutch Pancakes
  • Whole Earth peanut butter with sunflower, pumpkin & flax seeds
  • Clarks maple syrup
  • Clarks clear honey
  • Moose Maple Butter

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85 comments:

  1. I would create a picture of a dwarf hamster xxx

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  2. Rudolph with a cherry for his nose and chocolate for his fur!

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  3. Aha I was about to say the Eiffel Tower, but saw you'd already done that one! So I would go for the London Eye :)

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  4. A Christmas reindeer

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  5. I'd maybe try something savoy, with stuffing and cranberry sauce for Christmas! :)

    Jen xx
    www.kitsch-n-sync.com

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  6. icing sugar snow with footprints going across

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  7. a rudolph with a black cherry for his nose

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  8. A face, its about all i could manage lol

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  9. Just a huge pile with lots of sauce - doesn't need to look like a masterpiece to taste amazing!

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  10. I would let my son design something festive as he enjoys doing that.

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  11. The Eiffel tower

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  12. I would attempt a snowman.

    @rachiegr

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  13. A banana and chocolate flower pancake. x

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  14. I would attempt & probably fail to make pokemon as that is my sons favourite and maybe some snowmen for the girls :) xx

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  15. I would make a snowman pancake

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  16. I'd like to attempt a lion. The little boy I look after is obsessed with lions! I think I'd have the round pancake as the lion's face and give him a fluffy peanut butter mane, then arrange fruit to make eyes and a nose. White chocolate chips would make awesome teeth too!

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  17. I'd create a Christmas Tree :)

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  18. Love the Mona Lisa lol! I would try a Christmas Tree (as I'm feeling quite festive at the moment!) x

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  19. A Christmas tree.

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  20. Blocks of colour like the artist Mondrian

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  21. I would literally throw ice cream, hot chocolate fudge sauce and walnuts at it and then cram it in my mouth. I love pancakes!

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  22. christine shelley27 November 2014 at 10:00

    It would have to be something inspired by Frozen icecream with blue colourant

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  23. Definitely Santa at this time of year!

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  24. With my dodgy skills whatever I created would probably look like the leaning tower of pisa!

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  25. A christmas tree

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  26. Well blueberries and clotted cream are my fave pancake topping so id go for a col jolly snowman with a fluffy clotted cream coat and bright bluberry buttons down his front

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  27. a xmas tree with many different coloured baubles

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  28. I would attempt to do a Christmas elf.

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  29. The biggest pancake tower you had ever seen with strawberries and cream and honey ohhhh the thought is making my mouth water!

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  30. A leaning tower of pancakes

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  31. A sausage dog....barbara madden

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  32. a normal stack....thats all i'd have time for before i stuck them in my mouth :D

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  33. Mine would be an abstract piece as I have no artistic ability whatsoever!

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  34. Sheep and sheepdog

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  35. a chimpanzee

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  36. We usually make animal faces with our food, that way the wee ones are more likely to eat and it is so much fun! Probably a doggie, seems to be their fav at the mo :) x

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  37. A pint of guiness, then i could use chocolate and cream without any guilt. ;-)

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  38. The empire state building as I'm getting to see it for real in a few months and getting very excited !!

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  39. Rudolph the red nosed reindeer

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  40. Banana, Chocolate, Strawberries and some Christmas pudding

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  41. The girl with the pearl earring

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  42. a huge stack of them ooooozing with maple syrup and fruit :)

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