Not just another "healthy" pancake mix, this is an authentic heritage breakfast. Beautiful rich grainy flavours with lovely light yet robust texture. Many people (including lots of kids) say these are the best pancakes they've ever had — hands down. And they're nourishing real food too. Try them and you'll be hooked! Keep some in the freezer for those busy weekday mornings...
- Makes 12 pancakes
- Made with Canadian grains
- Nut/Peanut Free
What you add in your kitchen: eggs, butter, olive oil, plain yogurt and milk.
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Angela: a couple of weeks ago
The only thing I didn't really like about this mix is that it's hard to split the batch (3 eggs, 2T butter, 1T olive oil, 1-3/4 cups yogurt, 1 cup milk). You're pretty much roped into making the entire bag at one time. The upside of that is that they can be refrigerated or frozen and plopped into the toaster or microwave for a quick breakfast anytime. Package says it serves 6. I used a 1/4-cup ice cream scoop of batter per pancake and it provided seventeen 5" diameter pancakes. I used the first pancake as a tester and found it extremely thick so I added about 2 tablespoons of extra cashew milk to the remaining batter, which produced enough for 8 very hearty servings of 2 pancakes each.
Anne: a few months ago
I love this brand (especially their oat groats!) and all of their mixes are very good. I use their vegan version for this recipe/mix (from their website--it isn't printed on the bag), which makes a pancake that is probably a touch less "elastic" than the egg version, so they're a touch on the crumbly (but light and fluffy!) side.
Though good enough to eat on their own, they're delicious with toppings like a tiny bit of softened vegan cashew ice cream and sliced bananas, chopped/minced fresh fruit or berries, or maple syrup.
I find the leftover pancakes (if there are any) last fine wrapped up and refrigerated (or left on the counter for a day) and I then just pop them in the toaster to crisp up the surfaces a little when I want to eat them.
Sandy: a few months ago
This pancake mix is the best we have ever tasted! My grandsons rave about grandma's pancakes and tell everyone they should learn from me how to make them. ;-)
Typically, for 3 people I make only 1/2 of the package at a time (3 medium sized pancakes per person, and I have a few pancakes leftover so I freeze them to have ready for a quick snack or meal for one. To the 1/2 mix, I adjust the directions accordingly - putting in 1/2 of the suggested ingredients, and then I add one mashed banana, about 3 TBsp hemp hearts and approximately 1/2 tsp of cinnamon (we like cinnamon...), and when the pancakes are cooking, I add about 8 frozen blueberries to the top of each pancake before flipping over.
A fantastic product!