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Bissell ProHeat 2X Lift Off Pet Carpet Cleaner, 15651
Hoover T-Series WindTunnel Rewind Plus Upright Vacuum Cleaner, with HEPA Media Filtration, Lightweight and Corded, UH70120, Green
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Hoover FH51000 Dual Power Max Carpet Cleaner
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"Batter Blaster" - "Hey Mom - How About Spraying Me Up a Few Pancakes for Breakfast"?
Batter Blaster- Pancakes sprayed out of a can. Breakfast will never be the same, see what Consumer Reports has to say about the new aerosol pancakes, you might be surprised.
The new pancake batter, "Batter Blaster", that comes in an aerosol can has been making the headlines lately. The commercial for the new spray breakfast demonstrates just how easy this is to make. The only thing it takes away from the good old fashion way of making pancakes is the lingo that went with it. Instead of a "short stack" we will call it "a little squirt" and for the traditional "flap jacks" we are probably going to have to use "blasted jacks", but new words are put in the dictionary every year anyway.
Consumer reports gives " Batter Blaster" a thumbs up as far as taste, fluffiness, and the ease of making these new aerosol delicacies. They point out that the new "Batter Blaster" pancakes also do away with waste. When you make a batch of traditional pancake batter you cannot save it if you don't use it, but with the aerosol pancakes, you spray out just what you need, wipe off the nozzle and put it back in the fridge.
The only downfalls of the new spray pancakes is the price. It cost approximately 12 cents a serving with traditional store bought pancake mix, where as the new "Batter Blaster" works out to about 64 cents a serving. The spray pancake batter allows you about 19 pancakes per can. Taking into consideration there is very little waste using the spray can method of making pancakes over the traditional powdered mix, this might be something that will catch on, especially now that people are raving about the taste.
What will the future bring for new foods in a spray can? First there was cheese, now pancakes, so what will come next?
Just think of all the things that spoil in the refrigerator before you can use them all up, like jelly or applesauce. Why not a jelly blaster or applesauce sprayer? We may have a new way to prepare and even eat our food in years to come. "Inject a beverage", where we can by pass the glass and just shoot juice, milk or even water down or throats using the power of a spray can.
This can be very big. In future decades this could even change the style of our refrigerators. We will no longer need shelves or drawers, it can be set up like a giant wine rack to store all our aerosol canned food.
Maybe "Batter Blaster" has started something. I for one will be trying it. I am just too tired now a days to pour water into the pre- measured pancake bottle and shake. I think it is the shaking part that gets to me. Although you need to shake, "Batter Blaster", it is only for a second, where my old instant pancake method has me shake for at least 30 seconds. I can be doing something so much more important in those 30 seconds, so "Batter Blaster" here I come!