Virtual Pancake Cooking Party Results!

Virtual Pancake Cooking Party Results!


Virtual Pancake Cooking Party Results!


Latest Update:

A winner has been chosen! Congratulations to Lisa Provenza-Bebar, who will receive a subscription to Sugar Geek’s online classes and tutorials. You can see her pancake creations, along with those from other great participants, below. Thanks again to everyone who cooked along!

Our guests had a wonderful time with the Live from The Food Channel & SugarGeek Studios:  “SPONGEBOB VIRTUAL PANCAKE COOKING PARTY!”

The event was held on July 25 and 26, 2020 as part of the world builders celebration in the first-ever virtual Comic-Con. Just imagine a live virtual cooking get-together, taught  by cake master Liz Marek. Wait–you don’t have to imagine it when you can see the results from our  participants.

Everyone was able to  make pancakes that looked like their favorite SpongeBob characters in this free event.

Here are a few of the responses:

Thanks so much! I had a fantastic morning, really put a “schmile” on my face. Let’s do it again! – Chef Mitchie

Thank you for this wonderful class! My children LOVED creating these masterpieces, especially eating them. 😁 – Letha M. Brown on behalf of
Novik Ashley, age 7
Mason Yazzie, age 5
Vincent Valdo, age 15
Let me know when you do another Zoom Party! – Lisa Provenza-Bebar
Thanks sooo much for today’s class. I’ve been wanting to try this for a while but didn’t have the confidence to jump in. Although I didn’t do the Spongebob pancakes, I appreciated all the guidance, support and tips to jump right in. My son absolutely adored my attempt at the avengers pancakes. In fact, he ate two huge pancakes when I normally can only get him to eat one or two mini ones. I may have set myself up for a lot more pancake art in my future. Thanks again!!! –Yvette, with Kayden too!!
Pancakes by Judy Flores, above.
Thank you for this fun event. Here  are our creations  (above). – Dan & Baily Hartman
Hi, thanks again for hosting the panel – it added some much needed interactivity and fun to this year’s comic con! I made a food coloring free “Krabby patty” stack of pancakes! Thanks to Liz and her husband for all the great pancake tips! –Eden Arnold

Pancakes submitted by Audelia Verhoff, above.

My attempt at doodle bob for the first time. 😂 😂 this is what happens when I don’t get the right size tip! –Veronica Golenia

Morilak family pancakes. – Fran Morilak

Pancakes by Alessandra (5) and Lennon (7). So fun!!!!! Thank you!

Pancakes by Caroline Gonzalez Arroyo (above).

Pancakes by Precious Kelly (above).

I was on the pancake party last week and it was so much fun. I didn’t get the chance to try to make them until now! I had fun watching you guys and making them, too, so I wanted to share it. Thanks for the virtual class! – Mariana

Thanks to all who tuned in and everyone who submitted their creations!


The online pancake guru for the zoom was Sugar Geek’s Liz Marek. Marek is an author and instructor living in Portland, Oregon with her husband and two kids. Liz Marek has been creating fun and creative food on her YouTube channel ( and her online cake decorating school ( since 2009. She named her school “Sugar Geek Show” because of her obsessions with baking and #geekculture. Liz often combines her love for comic book characters, movies and anime into her cake creations.

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