Crepe pans, griddle and individual glass covers


7.5" Pan

Crepe/ Tortilla Pan 

Great for tortillas or Creps Non-Stick Surface

7.5" Pan




Double Griddle  (non-stick) 11.5" X 19"

 $  24.99 $19.99


Single griddle  (non-stick) 
11" X 11"

 $  8.99



 $    8.99



 $   9.99





Approximately 11 1/2 inches (inside metal rim) outside is 12 inches

 $   14.99


Approximately 13.25 inches



Kitchen Fantasy
27576 Ynez Road H-9

Temecula CA 92591
In business since 1984 family owned and operated, proud to offer our individual glass covers for 8, 10 or 12 inch pans.


Hello Out There !

It's been a while and I apologize. We are trying to get ready for a cross country move and we got far behind when I became quite ill with the flu. Now we are trying to make up for lost time. If you have "been there, done that" you know exactly what I mean when I tell you that it's no fun ! But, enough about personal woes. While talking to my oldest son he reminded me of a kitchen appliance I haven't used in a while; a griddle and I thought that might make a good subject for this "note", so here goes.....


When our children were quite young we reached a point where everyone was on a different schedule. My husband was in the Navy and working a second job in addition to being part of the flight crew for hospital runs to Balboa Hospital at least once a week. Our oldest son was in the 6th grade, our daughter in 1st grade and our youngest was just starting kindergarten. No one left or returned home at the same time. No one ate at the same time. It was a bit of a nightmare ! If I took care of everyone's needs I would be in the kitchen all of the time and have time for little else. Luckily, a friend had given us a warming tray. If I put the food on the tray after preparing it the tray would keep the food warm without drying it out. Wonderful ! One big problem solved. Except...., it broke,  :-(    Now what was I going to do? It came to me on a Saturday after fixing pancakes for breakfast. Why not use the griddle? It should work just like the warming tray if I could just keep the temperature low enough. Now how was I going to keep the food moist? I removed it from the pan it was cooked in and made aluminum foil packets. It worked. It didn't take me long to realize that starting with foil lined pans (where possible) saved a lot of work and dishwashing. Years later my old griddle saved a dinner party for me when our guests were delayed.


So... now you have a new way to use your "weekend workhorse" (at least that is what it has been in my house.) Every Saturday morning is time for a big breakfast , even though our children are all grown and gone to their own homes. My old griddle is much too big for the two of us, so it only gets used when the kids and grandkids come to visit, but it still makes great pancakes, fries a lot of bacon all at one time, is great for fixing hashbrowns for a lot of people, cooks 8 slices of French toast all at once, and...well you know what I mean. If you have one, get it out, dust it off and fix another one of those wonderful BIG Saturday breakfasts again. Your family will love it. Mine does.


Until next time,




PS If you don't own a griddle or a warming tray, talk to Kitchen Fantasy (either in person or by email). I'll just bet he can help you find the one that is just right for your needs.