Nathan Shields of Saipancakes (previously) has recently created a festive and edible series of Christmas-themed pancake sculptures for the holiday season. In his time-lapse video, Shields demonstrates how he skillfully creates the ornaments, snowflakes, and candy canes. Happy holidays, and thank you for spreading pancake love in the world! image via Saipancakes
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Nathan Shields of Saipancakes (previously) was recently invited to the TODAY show to demonstrate how he creates his impressive pancake sculptures. Shields showed off his skills by making a series of African animal pancakes and portraits of some of the news anchors on the show. photos via Saipancakes
Washington-based dad, math teacher, and illustrator Nathan Shields recently cooked up some festive sugar skull pancakes for the Day of the Dead for the latest installment of his Saipancakes (previously) videos, “Panqueques de los Muertos.” Shields demonstrates how he carefully creates each intricate design using pancake batter in a plastic squeeze bottle to create beautiful,…
Nathan Shields of Saipancakes created Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos pancake art in celebration of the two teams that are playing each other today in Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA.
Nathan Shields of Saipancakes (previously) has created an edible series of pancake sculptures depicting Game of Thrones house sigils to celebrate HBO‘s hit television series returning for a fifth season. In his time-lapse video, Shields demonstrates how he effortlessly makes the yummy house sigils. image via Saipancakes
Nathan Shields of Saipancakes (previously) recently created a wonderful Star Trek-themed pancake sculpture portraying Spock to honor the passing of the great Leonard Nimoy. In his time-lapse video, Shields demonstrates the steps that he took to make the iconic Vulcan. photos via Saipancakes
After his daughter cooked up a pancake shaped like a “duck caterpillar,” Nathan Shields of Saipancakes (previously) crafted a set of detailed caterpillar pancakes. Each one was made to match a species that is local to the Pacific Northwest. His pancake batter recipe is available on his website. music by Wargames image via Saipancakes
Nathan Shields of Saipancakes (previously) recently brought his children to the wild side by creating “Pansnakes“, a series of pancake sculptures made in the shapes of venomous and nonvenomous snakes. In his time-lapse video, Shields demonstrates how he creates each and shows the yummy snakes slithering across the table for his son to gobble up….