Made with ancient grains. Naturally sweet. Deliciously organic. USDA organic. No GMOs. Made with ancient grains. Naturally sweet. Deliciously organic. USDA organic. No GMOs. The Sweet Life: Take one honey enthusiast; team him up with some local, hard-working honeybees and you've got a recipe for something harmonious. Although Madhava started with honey, it's more than 40 years later and mother nature is still Lending us a hand in making the most delectable, organic and non-GMO products around. Since those early days our efforts have blossomed beyond honey. We've taken our love of all-natural sweeteners and created delicious new products using ingredients you'd find in your own kitchen. We know how important our sweeteners are to making the best tasting treats around. From breakfast to baked goods, croissants to coffee; we've got a purely scrumptious product to fit the bill. Because your sweet tooth deserves better than chemicals and artificial preservatives. Pure. Natural. Scrumptious. Sweet! Batter Up! You're going to flip for these flapjacks! These aren't your run-of-the-mill pancakes. We offer the best of both worlds - the goodness of ancient whole grains and natural sweeteners with the modern convenience of a mix. You won't find any processed sugars, chemicals or preservatives here. Just the pancakes of your naturally sweet dreams. Pretty Sweet, Right? Ancient Grains: When you're making an organic baking mix that rivals homemade, only the best all-natural ingredients will do. That's why we don't use just any old grain in our baking mixes. We hunted and gathered and selected the most delectable organic ancient grains to complement our mixes, going to the ends of the earth and the beginning of time for these baking delights. (Full disclosure: we didn't do any time travel, but we did taste and test ancient grains that have been preserved through the ages.) Ancient grains have been a diet staple for thousands of years with good reason: They are rich in nutrients, less chewy than other whole grains and have less gluten than modern wheat flour. What's not to love? We would like to introduce you to our new (ancient) favorites: Kamut - Believed to be of Egyptian origin, this ancient grain is higher in protein than many other whole grains. And it's a good source of selenium, zinc, magnesium, and iron. Spelt - A prehistoric ancestor of modern wheat, spelt is an excellent source of manganese and a good source of fiber, vitamin B3, and protein. Farro - This whole grain has been enjoyed since ancient Roman times. One taste and you'll see why. It has a delicious nutty flavor and delicate taste. Paperboard Packaging: 100% recycled fibers. Sustainable Forestry Initiative: Certified sourcing. www.sfiprogram.org. Carton made with wind energy. Certified organic by: Colorado Dept. Of Agriculture. Vegan. We keep it clean. Nothing artificial here, including GMO's. We are committed to providing non-GMO products to our consumers. That's why our new Baking Mixes are not just organic, they are also non-GMO. We hand picked the very best ingredients for our mixes - including organic & non-GMO grains, sweeteners and flavors - just like the ingredients you'd find in your own kitchen.
16 oz (454 g) x 6
10 per pack
What You Need: 1 cup mix, 1 cup water or milk, 1 tbsp oil. Baking: 1. Combine 1 cup pancake mix, water and oil in a medium mixing bowl. Whisk batter until blended. 2. Pour 1/3 cup of batter on a lightly greased, preheated griddle or pan. 3. Cook pancakes over medium heat approximately 1 to 1-1/2 minutes per side until golden brown. Makes two 4-inch pancakes. Try These Variations: Try berries in your pancakes! Add 3/4 to 1 cup fresh or frozen berries to prepared batter. Cook as directed above. Craving Waffles? Blend 2 whipped egg whites into the prepared batter. Cook according to waffle maker directions.
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