When my parents used to take my brother and me out for breakfast, I always ordered the Mickey Mouse pancakes from the kids' menu. I wasn't necessarily Mickey's biggest fan, but I was a big fan of pancakes that weren't boring and round. Thinking about it now, they're like the boxed macaroni and cheese with shaped noodles — mostly the same, but somehow the cool shapes make everything taste better.
Certainly, Mickey Mouse pancakes are easy enough to make at home. And if it's more complicated shapes you're after, you can use a squeeze bottle to doodle batter onto a hot griddle. But what if you're not the most artistically inclined chef in the kitchen? Well, I present to you: the CNC Pancake Machine.