Chris Pratt Proves to Be an Incredible Pancake Artist

Chris Pratt Proves to Be an Incredible Pancake Artist
Source: AP
Source: AP

Actor, father and amateur food artist Chris Pratt revealed a set of super skills on Thursday. The 37-year-old took to Instagram to share his inimitable portrait of Donald Duck in pancake form. 

As he was born into celebrity, Pratt's 4-year-old son Jack may possibly have too high standards for all things spectacular. By Jack's reaction, it's clear his father's edible work was by not sensational enough.

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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, as they say.

Critics these days.
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Kate Bratskeir

Kate Bratskeir is a Food Editor at Mic. She can be reached at kate@mic.com.

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