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Old 05-27-2010, 08:34 PM   #1
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What a great idea!

So you may already know about this product but our friends just showed us on our last trip. Pancake batter in a spray can like whip cream! Called Batter Blaster you just spray your batter into the hot pan. No more messy clean up, dirty bowls or batter splatter on the counter tops. The pancakes were really good too! What an awesome time, water and mess saver. We found it at Walmart.
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Old 05-28-2010, 08:49 AM   #2
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Love it...some camping friends brought us a can a few weeks ago. Very convenient. I think I still like a traditional mix better. I've only found it at Wally World so far. What I normally take get is pancake batter from dollar tree. $1 for the a box (Harvest Hill). Only needs water added and then if I don't use it all and it gets clumpy I don't feel bad tossing it.
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That sounds good. We get the Bisquick Shake and Pour. Just add water, shake and pour. I like to add vanilla and cinnimon to my mix so this works great for us. But I'll have to look @ the Batter Blaster.
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Old 05-28-2010, 12:03 PM   #5
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When dry camping like we just did for the last 10 days, using water to clean up is a big no no. This product sure reduces the mess and the water it takes to clean it up. Yes the traditional way is cheaper but you can't beat this for convenience and saving on your water.
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Sounds like a novel idea! I'm surprised it hasn't come out sooner.
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Hungry Jack also has an easy pour and cook that my family prefers over all others because of the taste. Don't over mix.
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Bisquick Shake and Pour here. Nothing to clean up but the fry pan and it take 2/3rds of a cup of water to make 5-6 pancakes.
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