Flavored with honey. All natural. USDA organic. Sealed inner bag. Maple Grove Farms is committed to providing exceptional organic foods. Located on the banks of the Moose River in northern Vermont, our heritage is reflected in our dedication to quality and commitment to great tasting foods. Our own good for you foods capture the wholesome, country fresh taste the way nature intended - pure and simple. Questions or comments? Consume Affairs: PO Box K, Roseland, NJ 07068. Our pancake and waffle mixes are ground by master millers who hand select the best grains. This old fashioned process results in a superior product you can not only taste, but see in the palm of your hand. Visit us at: www.maplegrove.com. Certified organic by QAI. Sold by weight, not volume.
16 oz (1 lb) 454 g x 8
0.333 cup dry mix
about 11 per pack
Pancakes: Preheat greased griddle to 375 degrees - 400 degrees F. Whisk eggs and oil (To maintain a 0g trans fat food, prepare using canola, corn or olive oil), gradually add milk and mix. Let mix sit while griddle is heating. Pour and cook until puffed and full of bubbles, about 1 minute each side. Serve hot. Waffles: Mix ingredients with fork or wire whisk until blended. Pour batter into center of a hot, lightly greased waffle iron. Cook as directed by waffle iron instructions or until steam slows and waffle is golden brown. Remove carefully. Serve hot. For thinner pancakes add more milk, for thicker pancakes add more mix. For low fat recipe add 2 tbsp of low fat yogurt in place of egg and oil. You may also try applesauce in place of yogurt. 5-7 4 Inch Pancakes/Waffles: 1 cup mix; 1/2 cup milk; 1 egg; 1 tsp oil. 11-13 4 Inch Pancakes/Waffles: 2 cups mix; 1 cup milk; 2 eggs; 2 tsp oil. 17-18 4 Inch Pancakes/Waffles: 3 cups mix; 1-1/2 cups milk; 3 eggs; 3 tsp oil. Store in a cool dry place.
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