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Fast Food: breakfast for the overcaffeinated

By raincoaster

Love home-made pancakes and waffles, but just don’t have those lazy three minutes to throw the ingredients together? Well fret no more: the organic Batter Blaster is here!

Yes, this is real. Aerosol pancake batter.

God, I’m a sucker for ridonkulous retro commercials.

6 Responses to “Fast Food: breakfast for the overcaffeinated”

  1. Salt Communications Says:

    It may seem like pancakes and waffles should be “easy”, but with consumers on the go more than ever, the facts say that breakfast at home is on the decline. In a study done by Mintel it was found that 20% of adults skip 3 or more breakfasts in a week, and 33% skip at least one breakfast per week. With Batter Blaster, both adults and kids alike can enjoy a nutritious and great tasting breakfast in just minutes with no messy clean up. These lightning fast pancakes and waffles are great for a quick and fun breakfast, after-school treats, slumber parties, camping trips, midnight snacks and even single serve meals! Pancakes aren’t just for weekends anymore. Now, everyone can enjoy the great taste of pancakes and waffles any day of the week!
    -Salt Communications, Agency representing Batter Blaster

  2. Twistie Says:

    Excuse me while I go rock in a corner until the bad man stops hurting me.

  3. Atasha Says:

    I don’t believe it and will continue not to, Unless Glinda admits that she has actually purchased this product and used it. 🙂

  4. raincoaster Says:

    I’m a whole lot lazier than Glinda, so if I can find it, I will try it.

  5. Never teh Bride Says:

    How hard is it to make a triple or quadruple batch of pancakes or waffles on a Saturday or Sunday and freeze the dang things? We do that at Chez NtB and enjoy all manner of breakfasty and baked foods every day of the week!

    How about that, Mr. Salt Communications?!

  6. raincoaster Says:

    Frozen waffles??? You’re talking crazy talk, Never!

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