Forget those pancake molds! Those things never seem to work well, if at all. You just get a gloppy mess and a pancake that looks like a blob. Make your pancakes in smaller circles (about 3 inch circles), and cut one in strips to make the turkey’s feathers and head/neck. Cut a teeny triangle for his beak , ¬†two smaller pieces for his legs, add some chocolate chip eyes (you can leave out the turkey poop if you want…), and some powdered sugar for snow. Your pancake turkey is enjoying the season’s first snowfall and your child is actually eating his turkey-what?!