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Mike Wazowski Pancakes

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The post was sponsored by Disney and Monsters University but all opinions and photographs are my own.

We have always been a huge fan of the Disney/Pixar film Monsters Inc.  So when they came out with the sequel Monsters University, we couldn’t wait to see it!  We saw it opening weekend and had a blast.  My boys just love Mike and Sully!  Now that Monsters University is out on Blu-ray, we decided to throw a little viewing party breakfast!

Mike Wasowski Pancakes

It’s pretty easy to make these festive Mike Wazowski pancakes.  Especially if you use the cheater pancake mix like I do.  He has a pancake body, a fried egg eye, a bacon smile, and toast horns!  My kids were so excited about eating these for breakfast.

monsters university pancakes

Here’s how you can make them…it’s easy enough.

Mix up your pancake batter.  I use the Krusteaz mix because I like the taste better.    Add some food coloring…green and yellow.  This will give you more of the Mike Wazowski green rather than a shamrock green.

green pancakes

Heat up your pancake griddle and spray it with non-stick cooking spray.  Using a measuring cup, pour a circle of batter on and let it bubble through.  Don’t brown it very much or you won’t see the green as well.

mike wazowski pancakes

Flip it over and using a circle cookie cutter, cut a large circle out of the pancake and remove.  Then crack an egg into the circle hole and put a pot lid over it.  This helps it cook faster.

fry an egg in a pancake

*Alternative method:  This may work better for you…you can cook the pancake as normal and remove from the griddle.  Cook the egg separately and use the cookie cutter to cut it to a perfect circle.  Then cut the hole in the pancake and slide the egg into place.

Fry up the bacon and cut the corners off a toasted piece of bread.  Decorate your Mike pancake accordingly and serve!

Monsters University will be available on Blu-ray October 29th:  you can pre-order it here!

Make sure to visit the Monsters University Facebook page, Twitter, and Pinterest!

The post was sponsored by Disney and Monsters University but all opinions and photographs are my own.

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  1. I am new to your blog! I seriously LOVE this pancake idea. My nieces and nephews would die if I made these at our next sleepover party! Thanks for the great idea.



    1. Heidi @ Honeybear Lane says:

      Thank you! My boys loved it and it was tasty too!

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