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The Batman Serving Tray Is My Batsignal

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I think I just found my own personal bat-signal, because this awesome Batman serving tray will call me to the table every time. Forget projecting a huge bat signal in the sky. Fill my belly with snacks instead, and I’ll fight crime however you want. But maybe just a little nap first. All of that pepperoni really made me tired. The Joker ain’t going anywhere, except insane. GCPD can keep him busy for a while, right?

This kick-ass serving tray is shaped like Batman’s logo, but full of food instead of brood. It’s perfect for serving your guests during any occasion, whether you are a millionaire like Bruce Wayne, or a butler like Alfred. Fill it up with meat, vegetables, cheese, fruit, desserts, snacks, chips, dips, appetizers, and more. I think we both know that any cheese that touches this tray has to be shaped like the bat-symbol as well. It just makes sense. Your guests will love that.

It’s great for fans of both food and the Dark Knight. Throwing a party in New York? You’ll be the hero that Gotham needs. This officially licensed DC merchandise is made of ceramic, is dishwasher safe and also microwave safe. It measures 14″ x 10″ x 1″, and is available from Amazon for just $11.99.



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