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Kodiak Cakes Baker Mills Power Cakes Flapjack and Waffle Mix Wholegrain Buttermilk -- 20 oz


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Kodiak Cakes Baker Mills Power Cakes Flapjack and Waffle Mix Wholegrain Buttermilk -- 20 oz

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Kodiak Cakes Baker Mills Power Cakes Flapjack and Waffle Mix Wholegrain Buttermilk Description

  • Whole Grains Taste Better®
  • Protein Packed
  • No GMO or Preservatives
  • Add Water Only
  • 14G Protein • 5G Fiber

Kodiak Cakes - Restoring The Flapjack Tradition

Long ago, flapjacks were the hearty mainstay of frontiersmen from the frigid Yukon to the High Sierra. These rugged mountain-men and homesteaders relied on a traditional flapjack that combined the rich, substantial taste of whole grain wheat with the light, mellow taste of whole grain oats. Those trailblazers had stumbled onto a superb nutritional combination. Their flapjacks contained a powerful source of carbohydrates, protein and fiber with very little fat. Today, few people know that the frontier flapjack and the ordinary pancake are not the same. At Barker Mills, they set out to restore the flapjack tradition with Kodiak Cakes. The time-honored family recipe harkens back to another time and spanned many generations. Kodiak Cakes were finally introduced to the world one summer day in 1982 when Penny Clark decided to mix together the ingredients for her father's flapjack recipe to sell to eager friends and neighbors. She packed the mixes in brown paper, lunch sacks, placed them in her eight-year-old son's red wagon, and sent him off into the neighborhood. In not time, he returned home with an empty wagon having sold every mix. From a little red wagon, to the best selling whole grain flapjack mix in the nation, Kodiak Cakes have come a long way. Yet the recipe continues to stay true to the old-fashioned flapjack of years past because of the steadfast commitment to use only whole grains and all-natural ingredients. Kodiak Cakes are not for the faint-hearted, but for those of us who, like the old frontiersmen exploring and settling untamed wildernesses, require nutrition, vitality, and taste.


Directions

Power Cakes Flapjack & Waffle Mix can be used as a healthy alternative in recipes. Simply substitute 1 cup flour with 1 cup flour with 1 cup Kodiak Cakes Mix and omit salt and baking powder.

 

POWER UP WITH 3 PROTEIN OPTIONS:

Option 1: 14 grams protein, just add water. Follow directions on side of package.

Option 2: 18 grams protein, just add milk. Follow directions on side of package, but replace the water with milk.

Option 3: 21 grams protein, add milk and an egg. Follow directions on side of package, but replace the water with milk and add an egg.

 

Flapjack Directions:

To Make About Six, 4: Flapjacks (Two Servings) Blend or Whisk

  • 1 Cup Mix
  • 1 Cup Water*

*For thicker flapjacks, add less water; add more water for thinner flapjacks. Do not over beat batter.

For best results use batter within 15 minutes.

 

Pour 1/4 cup batter on a preheated, lightly oiled griddle set at 375°F, or on a skillet set at medium. the griddle or skillet is ready when a drop of water spatters on the heated surface before evaporating.

 

Flip flapjacks after bubbles stop forming and bottom side is golden brown (should take about one minute to cook first side, adjust heat accordingly). Cook opposite side until golden brown (should take about 30 seconds).

 

*1/2 cup dry mix makes about three 4-inch pancakes.

 

Waffle Directions:

To Make About Eight, 4" Waffles (Two Servings) Blend or Whisk

  • 1 Cup Mix
  • 1 Cup Cold Water
  • 1 TBSP Oil

Cook waffles on a preheated, lightly oiled waffle iron until steam stops and waffles are golden brown (waffle iron lid should lift without sticking).

Free Of
GMOs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1/2 Cup g Makes About 3 Cakes (53 g)
Servings per Container: About 11
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories190
   Calories from Fat15
Total Fat2 g3%
   Saturated Fat0 g0%
   Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium380 mg16%
Total Carbohydrate30 g10%
   Dietary Fiber5 g20%
   Sugars3 g
Protein14 g
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
Calcium2%
Iron6%
Other Ingredients: 100% Whole grain wheat flour, 100% whole grain oat flour, Protein Blend (wheat protein isolate, whey protein concentrate, milk protein isolate), non-fat sweet cream buttermilk powder, brown sugar, baking powder (monocalcium phosphate, sodium bicarbonate), sea salt.

Allergen Information: Contains wheat and milk.Packaged on equipment that processes milk, egg, wheat, soy, peanut and tree nut.

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Breakfast: you either eat it every day or regularly forego the wildly debated first meal. For years, you’ve been told breakfast is the most important meal of the day, because it can lead to better health outcomes. But when it comes to shedding pounds, is there one right answer?

New research is actually conflicting and not concrete when it comes to consuming a healthy breakfast for weight loss. A report published by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 2013 found that skipping breakfast generally has either little or no effect on weight gain. And people who eat breakfast may actually end up eating more daily calories than those who skip it.

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Though researchers have struggled to discover a true association between breakfast and weight loss without strong bias or major confounding variables, there are still some definite benefits to eating a balanced breakfast. For one, a balanced breakfast can lead to steadier blood sugar and improved energy levels, which can prevent overeating later in the day. Breakfast may not directly help you lose weight, but it is simply an excellent habit that can improve your mood, attention span and overall quality of life throughout the day.  

Follow these key tips to help you build a balanced breakfast:

Combine key nutrients. Choose at least three of these food groups: protein, healthy fat, dairy, grains, fruits or vegetables. Eating the right combination of nutrients at breakfast helps ensure you get close to the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) to support your overall health. That being said, even if you hit all those nutrient notes, be mindful of portion control.

Watch your sugar intake. Too much added sugar can be a sneaky culprit for turning a perfectly healthy breakfast into an energy-zapping meal. When choosing cereals, aim for less than 8 grams of sugar per serving; 4 or 5 grams per serving is even better! Also try to limit your consumption of breakfast treats and “empty calorie” foods, such as doughnuts, scones or other pastries.

Add some fiber. Most Americans do not get the recommend 20-35 grams of fiber per day. Fiber can aid in keeping you fuller longer, can lead to more stable blood sugar levels and can also help with digestion. Look for a cereal that boasts at least 5 grams of fiber per serving. Other ways to get fiber in your morning meal could be fresh fruit, 100% whole wheat bread, oatmeal or a whole grain English muffin.

Pump up the protein. Another way to ensure that your morning meal stays with you for a while is to include protein. Like fiber, a serving of protein can help keep you feeling fuller for longer, which helps prevent overindulging at meals or snacks later in the day. Some great sources of protein in the morning include a scrambled egg, low-sugar Greek yogurt or peanut butter.

The bottom line is that starting with a balanced meal can help set you up for nutrition success the rest of the day. For many, a healthy, hearty breakfast may be exactly the edge you need to lose weight. Regardless, a breakfast rich in protein, whole grains, fruits and vegetables will provide the right nutrient punch to keep you full and focused for hours to come!

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