Breakfast Pancakes – On A Stick! The Hottest New Japanese Food Trend Puts Breakfast In Your Hand!

Time To Eat Your Breakfast Pancakes – On A Stick!

Don’t ever say I don’t help get your day off to a great start!

Here’s the hot new fad in Japan – and it looks like delicious food art!

Here’s how it is being reported on “RocketNews24”:

“It’s called the “Kushi Pancake” or “Skewered Pancake” from Osaka Kawaii Panbo, which recently opened its doors to customers in the western city’s Shinsaibashi district. With a focus on bringing “kawaii” or “cute” to Osaka’s popular food culture, the new creation takes pancakes to a whole new level by skewering miniature servings of them on a stick and interspersing them with slices of fruit and marshmallows along the way.”

One of the best parts is that you get to “dress” your mini-pancake skewer in any creative way you want, using sauces, sprinkles and other condiments that are sitting nearby – get as arty as you want!

Bravo RocketNews24!

As always, RocketNews24.com has the whole story.

See all of the wildest pancakes on a stick being shared on japanese social media – just click on the link to the original story on RocketNews24 here – with lots of great, creative pancake pictures:

http://en.rocketnews24.com/2017/03/15/pancakes-on-a-stick-are-japans-hottest-new-food-trend/

I share material from RocketNews24 a lot, because they are always at the forefront of cool new stuff in Asia…like these unique “Chickens on a stick!”

Now THAT’S a chicken skewer! Click here to see more about this tasty food adventure:

https://johnrieber.com/2013/07/23/the-mega-yakitori-japans-huge-chicken-on-a-stick/

Japan doesn’t have a monopoly on “food on a stick”….thanks to America’s obsession with state fairs – and our own unique foods on a stick!

How about this “garlic cheese on a stick?” Or even better, cut out everything that isn’t absolutely necessary, which leaves you with this:


Bacon On A Stick!

Now that’s a great “on a stick” taste treat…see them all here:


https://johnrieber.com/2015/06/25/bacon-explosion-pbnj-on-a-stick-deep-fried-beer-iowa-state-fairs-latest-food-mashups/

Let me know your favorite “on a stick” food!



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6 replies

  1. They all look good, John. I cannot recall the last time I ate anything on a stick. It was probably candy floss (cotton candy) as a child. However, I always order chicken satay, which arrives on a stick. But then I take it off the stick, and eat it with a knife and fork!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Yum. I’d eat that breakfast pancake on a stick. For dessert! 🙂

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