Plant-Based Homestead Style Flapjack & Waffle Mix
The plant-based lifestyle can be kind to the planet, animals, and our bodies. There can't be a downside to that, right? If you've found that a vegan diet restricts you from eating the things you love (re: pancakes and waffles), we have good news. Kodiak Cakes makes a delectable mix with loads of plant protein. That means people with dietary restrictions can still enjoy their favorite breakfast without compromising.
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About the Brand
Kodiak Cakes began in 1982 when Penny Clark sent her 8-year-old son Joel into the neighborhood with a red wagon filled with paper bags of her father’s heirloom flapjack mix. He returned with an empty wagon and lifelong plans. Decades later, Joel launched booming pancake brand Kodiak Cakes. Though they've grown tremendously, they remain family-owned and still make each product as if they were crafting a homemade recipe to share with friends and neighbors. They're committed to keeping the great outdoors wild.Shop Brand
How to use
Flip some fluffy plant-based 'jacks, or think outside the box and incorporate this mix into brownies.
What People Are Saying
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Taste identical to regular pancakes and my wife can eat them. Sometimes I add a little dark cocoa powder and crushed chocolate chips.
I’ve always like Kodiak cakes but since I’ve become vegan I wondered if I’d find a vegan pancake mix and low and behold. They. Were. Delicious!
Excellent taste and more protein than traditional processed products.
Love Kodiak cakes!