Mmmmm batter blaster

Simby19

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Aug 10, 2006
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PANCAKES IN A CAN!!


Batter Blaster is probably going to change the way pancake batter is sold.

This probably needs little explanation: just shake the can, point it to a hot griddle, and push on the nozzle.

Not sure why this hasn't been thought of earlier.

The nutrition label says each can contains 8 servings, and it's carries the USDA "Organic" stamp.

The Batter Blaster website comes with a video showing you how to use this. It also has instructions on how to cook pancakes.

There's also a store locator, but I couldn't find any stores sellings this in the Southern California area where I live. So I typed in a San Francisco zip code (94102), where the company is located, and a bunch of stores came up.

http://www.batterblaster.com/index.php
 

HummerTuesdays

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How fucking lazy are people that they can't mix water & pancake powder together? :)

Does it need to be refrigerated? Because I'm thinking pancakes while camping might be the only use.
 

weeniewawa

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May 21, 2005
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I use just add water pancake batter that takes seconds to make. and I thought I was lazy.oh and congrats on making board gossip miss simby
 

Chino Kapone

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Jun 10, 2005
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that might be kinda hot during sex...
 

commish13

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May 24, 2005
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There's actually a very simple pancake batter product out there where you just pour some water into a bottle of batter, put the top on, shake it up and pour it onto the skillet.
 

Balogny Tits

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May 26, 2005
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How fucking lazy are people that they can't mix water & pancake powder together? :)

Does it need to be refrigerated? Because I'm thinking pancakes while camping might be the only use.
Lazy, pancakes are really just flour and water (ok, baking powder, egg, oil), but who even needs a freaking mix!
 

NikkorTheMonk

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Apr 26, 2005
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I'm buying stock in this! If they could get blueberries in there I would orgasm in my manties.
 

Shaggz

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This is one of those things you wonder why you never thought it up yourself.
 

jackjack

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This is one of those things you wonder why you never thought it up yourself.
No kidding. We've already got whipped cream in a can.. Spray cheese.. I never thought any other food would be profitable to market in a pressure-delivery system.
Now this has me thinking.. Scrambled eggs? mmm, spray eggs..
Ooh, how about gravy? Who wants to open a whole can just to douse that little leftover.. Shoot what you want on it.

Shit, that's really not a bad idea. It'll piss me off if I see it in stores next year.
 

gleet

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Jul 24, 2005
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Underwood Deviled ham under pressure?

Macerated bologna?

Margarine?

Breakfast sausage, just hose out a length by your canned scrambled eggs and you're all set.
 
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Well at least they used cane sugar rather the High Fructose Corn Syrup... as a sweetener...
 

Beeman99

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I WAS EXPECTING TO SEE A PICTURE OF A GIANT SHOTGUN SHOOTING A BASEBALL PLAYER