Nerd Food: Give this Minnie Tsum Tsum Pancake a Try for Breakfast!

Tsum Tsums are the cutest little things. Translating roughly to "stack stack", these little super deformed versions of your favorite Disney characters are easy to collect. But their likeness has spread to clothing, jewelry, shoes, and so much more. It was inevitable that the cute little things would get the food treatment! These amazing Minnie Mouse Tsum Tsum pancakes are the perfect breakfast item, and they would make a great treat for the #RockTheDots day on January 22nd.

Nerd Food: Give this Minnie Tsum Tsum Pancake a Try for Breakfast!

Ingredients

  • PANCAKES:
  • 1 cup self-rising flour
  • 1/3 cup cocoa
  • 1 tbsp baker's sugar (super fine)
  • 1 egg
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • Butter
  • DECORATIONS:
  • Melted chocolate
  • Zip-top bag
  • Scissors
  • Strawberry
  • Whipping cream
  • Pink gel icing

Directions

  1. In a bowl, sift in flour and cocoa, combine with sugar.

  2. Gradually whisk in the eggs and milk. Mix until you get a batter.

  3. Heat a pan over medium heat and brush with melted butter.

  4. Use a ladle to scoop up mixture into the pan. This will be for Minnie's face.

  5. Use a tablespoon to scoop up mixture into the pan. This will be for Minnie's ears. Repeat to make the other ear.

    IMAGE SOURCE: LI MING LEE | disney family

  6. Use melted milk chocolate to draw Minnie's features. Place the chocolate in a zip-top bag, cut a small hole, pipe on parchment paper, leave in fridge to harden, and then peel off. Place on the pancake. You can also pipe directly onto the pancake, if preferred.

  7. Cut strawberry into half for Minnie's bow. Place on the pancake.

  8. Using a mixer, whip up whipping cream until soft peaks form. Use a spatula to spread it out on the pancake to form Minnie's face.

  9. Scoop a little whipped cream in a zip-top bag, cut a small hole, and pipe round dots onto Minnie's bow.

    IMAGE SOURCE: LI MING LEE | disney family

  10. Squeeze out a dot of pink gel icing for Minnie's cheeks.

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