Warning this post contains some disturbing baking images.

This house had an idea. Some next level pancakes….

Not content with messing up normal pancakes let’s go a stage further. Pancake sandwiches. So what filling could we go for?

Chocolate biscuits. Carefully warmed chocolate biscuits. How hard could that be.

First Try….

Erm…. As Spock would say ‘it’s a chocolate biscuit filling Jim but not as we know it’.

After a number of other shocking tries we finally produced this….

We can officially call this a warmed chocolate biscuit filled pancake sandwich.

The message here. If keep throwing punches, you might be the worst boxer ever, but eventually one will land.

63 thoughts on “It’s cooking Jim but not as we know it

  1. For me the question is not “How do you make a chocolate biscuit filled pancake sandwich?” but “Why would you want to make a chocolate biscuit filled pancake sandwich?”

    However, I have to admire your enterprise and persistence…

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  2. Yes, eventually one will land but where will it land? 🤣😂🤣 Good job Superdad. The second one looks really really good. The first one…. hmm……. can’t think of the words. 🤣😂🤣 I hope the pancakes were enjoyed. Your efforts are super. ❤

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  3. There’s no such thing as failure when chocolate is involved. Even the super melty ones can be eaten up… nom nom nom!! Hand me a spoon, and keep experimenting.😉
    Ah, forget the spoon, I’ll use my fingers 😂💌💌💌

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  4. (This may be a British English/American English mistranslation on my part) Are the top and bottom pieces what I would serve for breakfast with syrup or is that another type of food? I know that I would call your biscuit a cookie, so I’m not sure I’m getting the concept here.

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