Jimmy Kimmel's next-level pancake art will convince even the pickiest eater

Want to know the secret to making the almost-too-adorable-to-eat pancakes seen on the talk show host's Instagram? Read this!

by: Chante Felix | 14 Jul 2017
 
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If there's one thing that parents far and near would most probably agree on, it's that kids are the most picky eaters you'll ever come across which makes keeping their meals interesting one heck of a challenge. 

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One doesn't have to look very far to see that this is a universal problem:

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With picky little eaters, parents are forced to get creative with the hopes that they'll craft something so amazing that their kid will actually want to eat it. Cue the colours and faces on a plate!

If you follow Jimmy Kimmel on Instagram and ever wondered how he manages to get his daughter to look at her breakfast like it's the best thing since sliced bread, you're in luck!

He recently told People Magazine his secret: "I just add organic food colouring to pancake mix and I put each one in a squirt bottle and I’ll just kind of squirt it out on to the pan.”

He also credits his skills to spending lots of time drawing as a child and the fact that he uses a non-stick pan. He also adds that his daughter makes requests to which he obeys. 

As you can see, we are very excited about Cars 3

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Thomas pancakes are even better than their English muffins

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There you have it: a creative flair, non-stick pan, organic food colouring, squirting bottles and honouring requests is the secret to a happier breakfast experience for all parties involved.  

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