This instructable will show you how to make Batman, Spiderman, and Superman pancakes. But you're a creative individual. Wih this technique in hand, you can make whatever pancake your little heart (or stomach) desires. You are Michelangelo. Here are some paints:
Step 1: Arm Yourself
Put some of the batter in some sort of squeezable container. It could be an old mustard bottle, a syringe, a plastic bag with a hole in it, an icing dispenser... anything that you can squeeze a fine line of pancake batter out of. I found the plastic bag with a hole too difficult to work with, so I ended up using a mustard bottle.
Step 2: Draw
I repeat: your pan should be hot. The idea is for your design to cook longer than the rest of the pancake (so it gets darker).
TIP 1: Don't use no-stick spray if you can help it. The no-stick spray leads to a mottled appearance on the pancake, which kindof ruins the effect of your design. And if you're using a teflon coated pan, you don't really need it.
TIP 2: If you are doing a design with letters, or any design that would look weird in a mirror, DRAW IT BACKWARDS on the pan. I did not do this on the Superman design, so when I flip it in step three, it looks backwards.
Step 3: Make a Pancake
If you've never made a pancake before, this means that you pour some batter in a circle, wait for bubbles to form, then flip the pancake and cook the other side.
Boom! You have a superhero pancake.