So cute, a little fussy but it works!
This worked so well to make surprise spooky eggs for the kids for halloween. those yolk eyes really sold me, just so clever. i sprayed the frame well with an oily spray and used a well greased very well seasoned iron pan, as i wanted no chance of sticking. preheat the pan to a low/medium heat and also preheat the broiler if your kids do not like the white a little undercooked. separate the eggs, place the yolks in the eye holes then carefully pour enough white to fill the other space, while pressing down on the frame. you can remove any white that leaks out with a knife after it cooks a little, don't worry about it much. cook until set, then remove frame and if you like put it under the broiler to finish the top (it will cook the yolks a little but that way the white gets done without disturbing the skull shape). have not tried it with pancake yet, but the skull with yolk eyes was a big hit with kids from 8-18 and me too.