January 21, 2010

Batter Blaster

batterblaster.jpgI love preparing food that is quick and easy. Who wants to spend more time making something than it takes to eat it? And while itís not hard to make pancake or waffle batter, you have to clean the bowl, clean the measuring cup, clean the mixing spoon, etc. Batter Blaster is the epitome of simple. Just hold the bottle over the griddle (or waffle iron), press the nozzle, and start cooking. It took a couple of tries for me to figure out how to make a nicely round pancake. In my case, the secret was to dispense the batter with a swirling motion. The pancakes only took a couple minutes to cook. They turned out to be on the thin side, whereas I usually prefer a thicker, fluffier pancake. But the flavor was very good. I could tell that Batter Blaster is made with quality ingredients, because the pancakes had a great flavor and a subtle sweetness. I was really hard to believe that I was eating pancakes that came from a pressurized can! If youíre the health-conscious type (but then again, why would you be reading this blog?), youíll be glad to know that Batter Blaster is certified organic. Batter Blaster pancakes are so quick, easy, and tasty that I donít know if Iíll ever bother using Bisquick again.

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Posted by Jim on January 21, 2010
Comments:

Thank God, its organic. If it wasn't you'd have people complaining that its so bad for the environment and the bottles end up going in landfills!

Posted by: Piglet at January 21, 2010 11:11 PM

Ummm....The bottles will still end up in the landfills. The ingredients may be "organic" but I can assure you that doesn't make the can biodegradable.

Posted by: Mike at May 25, 2010 2:30 PM
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