Serious vs. Silly Gooses
In honor of his new children’s book The Serious Goose, Jimmy Kimmel’s son William “Billy” John, 2½, and daughter Jane, 5, each pulled a hilarious face — for Billy, a serious one, and for Jane, a silly one.
“New pancakes for my new book #TheSeriousGoose! All the money I make goes to children’s hospitals,” Kimmel captioned the cute sibling image.
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Do or Donut
Jane was all smiles as she prepared to dig into her dad’s post-Oscars breakfast masterpiece: pancakes shaped and decorated like donuts.
“When your 3 yr old wakes up at 6:56 am the morning after #Oscars, #pancakes disguised as #donuts,” wrote the late-night personality — who hosted last year’s show — next to the cute photo.
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To Kimmel, 52, “Oscar” means one thing, but to Jane, it’s a grumpy Sesame Street character who lives in a trash can.
“Happy Oscar Sunday! #pancakes,” Kimmel wrote alongside a snap of Jane in front of her Oscar the Grouch flapjack, fork in hand.
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“I just add organic food coloring to pancake mix and I put each one in a squirt bottle and I’ll just kind of squirt it out on to the pan,” Kimmel told PEOPLE in July 2017 of the secret behind his now-famous pancake art.
One of his most adorable creations? A Valentine’s Day-themed spread, featuring four hearts and an intricately designed Cupid — complete with bow and arrow, of course.
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A “FlapJack O’Lantern & Friends” was the perfect start to Halloween 2017, with the Jimmy Kimmel Live! star putting together a variety of spooky-themed pancakes: a ghost, a bat and a pumpkin.
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Pork Not Required
Earlier that October, Kimmel shared a snap of Jane ready to dig in to her pink pig pancake, complete with Cheerios for eyes.
“My daughter makes requests and then I have to obey those requests,” he joked to PEOPLE that year of who gets to pick the subjects of his creations.
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Pancake Grand Prix
Another Pixar palate-satisfier? The Lightning McQueen pancake he crafted in June 2017, which impressively resembled the Owen Wilson-voiced protagonist of the Cars film franchise.
“As you can see, we are very excited about Cars 3,” wrote Kimmel (the movie opened the following week).
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Thomas the Tank Engine was the star of a May 2017 breakfast sesh in the Kimmel household, featuring an adorable Jane sticking out her tongue for a photo.
“Thomas pancakes are even better than their English muffins,” the late-night host — who’s also dad to son Kevin and daughter Katie — joked in the post’s caption.
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Just Keep Swimming
No one was more stoked than Jane when her dad turned out a special Finding Dory edition pancake in February 2017.
“Dear @TheEllenShow, I made my daughter #Dory pancakes to celebrate seeing you today,” he addressed the voice of Dory, Ellen DeGeneres, alongside a trio of photos.
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Kimmel reminded his fans and followers about the importance of voting in the 2018 midterm elections with this adorable four-letter creation.
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