This adorable pug frying pan is all you need on Pancake Day

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  • Yes please.

    Easter is just around the corner (almost), and we’re already eyeing up a few Easter eggs to sink our teeth into come late April (looking at you, Hotel Chocolat sandwiches and the Marmite Easter egg).

    But before all of that, we’ve got the absolute treat that is Pancake Day. On March 5th, there will be a fair few British kitchens covered in flour and eggs as we all whip up a crepe storm, and while many will opt to slather on the more traditional Nutella, others will be stocking up on some gin and tonic sauce, instead.

    So now that you’ve got all the toppings sorted, there’s just one thing left: a pug frying pan to make your pancakes utterly adorable.

    ASDA is selling the exclusive kitchen essential in time for Pancake Day, and we absolutely need one.

    pug pancake frying pan

    Credit: ASDA

    The pan has a raised pug outline which acts as a pancake stencil, meaning delicious pug-shaped pancakes with zero effort required. It includes a bottle for the mix to avoid drippage, and there’s also a easy-cleaning Powerglide coating which means that there’s no chance of your pancakes sticking to the pan – instead, promising fluffy and perfectly formed pug faces.

    The ASDA website reads: ‘This funny decorative pancake pan combines advanced features with an exclusive décor.

    ‘Tefal Graphics is the perfect pancake pan to cook delicious golden pancakes with your children while having fun.’

    The pug pan will set you back just £12 and comes with a lifetime guarantee that the non-stick coating won’t peel or blister.

    If you’re a fan of fun-shaped pancakes, you can also invest in either a unicorn or a flamingo frying pan, which are also available at ASDA and JD Williams for £15 and £16 respectively.

    We want all three, tbh.

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