The World’s First Pancake Printer

By Alyse Borkan  |  Mar 14, 2015
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Waking up has never seemed more appealing. The PancakeBot, currently on Kickstarter, allows you to “print” out pancakes into just about any design you can imagine. It has already raised $143933, blowing past its goal of $50,00 — with 27 days still left to go.

From the whimsical dreams of Miguel Valenzuela to make a pancake machine out of LEGO blocks for his two daughters, the PancakeBot has evolved into a complete patent-pending product capable of creating pancakes like never before.

The PancakeBot includes user-friendly software that allows you to design your own pancake by tracing any image right on your computer.  From the Casper logo to a drawing of stars in the night sky, the software creates the file, and the PancakeBot does the rest. You can even incorporate color into your sweet creation by adding food coloring to the batter.

Along with a “quality non-stick griddle,” the collapsible pancake printer measures 16.0″ x 8.3″ and features the following:

  • Pre-loaded pancake designs
  • SD card slot for custom designs
  • Simple user interface to control printing and batter flow
  • A pause/resume feature
  • Mac and Windows compatible software
  • Access to video tutorials and downloadable files ready for printing

To put PancakeBot to kitchens around the world, they partnered with StoreBound — and hope to bring the future of pancakes to market by mid 2015.

We know what we’re eating for breakfast every day for the rest of our lives.

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