Eating a short stack can be tricky. The pancakes on top are dreched in syrup while the ones at the bottoms stay dry. Then there's the ocassional syrup runoff from the plate that makes a mess. Tired of sticky pancake fingers? Then behold the amazing pancake plate.
Simply called Pancake Plate, this cool invention is designed to let syrup pool on one side so that you can dip your pancakes into it when you need more. Washington-based designer Jon Wyeis resposible for this cool invention that really transforms breakfast. Its design also makes it ideal for mashed potatoes and gravy or other saucy dishes.
The Pancake Plate is made of stoneware and is safe to use in dishwashers or microwaves. A set of two dishes will set you back $50.
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