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Kodiak Cakes Flapjack and Waffle Mix, Frontier, 24 Ounce (Pack of 6)
- Pack of six, 22-ounces per pack (total of 220 ounces)
- 100% whole grains
- No added fat, cholesterol or sugar
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Flavor: Frontier | Size: 24 Ounce (Pack of 6)
Ingredients: 100% whole grain wheat flour, 100% whole grain oat flour, non-fat dry milk, dry honey (honey, wheat starch), leavening (sodium bicarbonate, sodium aluminum phosphate, monocalcium phosphate), egg whites, salt. Just add water. Ingredients Updated: 07/02/2012
Blend or Whisk 1 Cup Mix with 1 Cup Water
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Top Customer Reviews
They may seem expensive, but what I found is that they are so filling, we don't have to eat much. We make 3 servings per meal (I usually eat 2 and my wife 1). This is 1 cup which is about a 1/7 of the box. That meal ends up being about $0.75 for the two of us! Also, most pancakes usually have tons of calories, I can eat two servings, be comfortably full and only have eaten 260 calories. That's amazing!
They are very quick to make. We have only made pancakes so far, but it only takes about 20 seconds of whisking. How easy is that?
As for taste, I'm not AMAZED but they are good. They are boarder-line bland, so I put a little butter spray on them. We often mix them with fruit. However, for wholegrain... I'd say they are excellent. We've started mixing in protein powder and that has the potential to improve the taste depending on the protein you use.
Healthy, cheap, easy, tasty, hearty... what more do you want?
We have found that 1/2 cup of mix and about 1/2 cup of water is the exact mixture for this waffle iron and six minutes is the idea cook time. Now that we have figured that out, we just mix, pour, and time the cooking process. We have started adding a few things like fresh blueberries, Watkins flavorings and other fruit to give them some variety without adding a lot of calories. Keeping the calories in check was a goal we had too when deciding on this mix.
If you like waffles and looking for a good alternative to the normal mixes, this is it. Also a big plus is all you need is water and no other ingredients. If you are a backpacker or camper, this can be an advantage too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These pancakes taste like artificial vanilla. The "natural" vanilla in the ingredients is BS. That ruined the pancakes.Published 7 days ago by Chantal Lepine
Without doubt, this is the best mix we have ever used and we have used and tried many. Easy to fix flapjacks, waffles and cakes. The taste is assume. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Don Breveleri
I typically love to make pancakes and waffles from scratch, but that's not always realistic with 3 hungry little kids. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Mackenzie
Omg these are the absolute bomb! Awesome. I used to be a fan of Bob's red mill, but with the extra protein, I am now a convert. Taste is awesome, and they cooked up beautifully. Read morePublished 11 days ago by iloveamazon
If there was a negative star I would use it, these were horrible. Batter was runny, they stuck to a lightly oiled pan, and the flavor was one of the worse thing I've ever tasted. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Michael S Dugas