DO you have a Peppa Pig lover in your life? We might have found the perfect kitchen item for fans of famous hog.
You can buy a frying pan which lets you make pancakes in the shape of Peppa – which could be ideal given Shrove Tuesday is just around the corner.
- Peppa Pig frying pan, £12 from George – buy now
George at Asda is selling a Tefal Peppa Pig pan which comes with drawing lines on the base so you can trace the pig with your batter.
The 25cm pan has even been reduced to £12 ahead of pancake day and it comes with a squeezy bottle to easily apply your pancake mix.
The product description says: “Making pancakes oinktastic for all the family, Tefal's Peppa Pig Pancake Pan features easy-to-follow drawing lines and comes with a squeezy batter dispenser to help you create the details, so you can turn out a stack of perfectly creative teatime treats.
“Just use the included batter bottle to 'draw' the outlines, giving them a little time to brown, then fill in the gaps, cook and flip!”
The pan is made from aluminium and has a non-stick coating, to avoid your pig-themed pancakes from fusing to the bottom.
And to help you make the ideal pig pancakes, the pan has a Tefal's trademark Thermo-Spot will turn bright when it reaches the optimum temperature.
The squeezy batter bottle holds 200ml of pancake mix, and has a fine tip for precision when outlining Peppa.
The website added: “Whether it's an after-school snack or a treat to get their Saturday morning started with a smile, when you've got this fun pancake pan.”
We think it sounds like a pretty pig deal.
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