Est. 1996. Creative culinary blends. A great way to wake up your taste buds! Savory herby cheddar pancakes & waffles. Makes 12 pancakes. All natural. No GMO. Small batch blended. Just add milk, eggs & butter. The Spice Guys: In 1996, we began crafting creative spice blends that were full of flavor and beautiful. Today, our mixes and blends are sold in the finest stores in the world. We still blend in small batches with high quality, all natural ingredients. From our kitchen to yours, we invite you to enjoy our favorite flavors and recipes. Tom Knibbs & Jim Dygas, Mixmaster & Flavorista. No. 1842. For more great recipes and other great products visit: www.urbanaccents.com/flapjack.
10.5 oz (298 g) x 6
0.333 cup dry mix
6 per pack
You Will Need: 1 cup Flapjack Mix (makes 6-7, 4 inch flapjacks); 1 large egg, lightly beaten; 1 cup milk (3/4 milk for waffles); 1 tbsp unsalted butter, melted + more for griddle (for waffles, replace butter with 2 tbsp vegetable oil). For more cheese flavor add 1/2 cup shredded cheddar (optional). Heat griddle to 350 degrees F and preheat oven to 175 degrees F. Preheat waffle iron and follow manufacturer's instructions. In a medium bowl, add mix. Whisk in lightly beaten egg, milk and melted butter or oil until just combined. Batter should have small to medium lumps. Do not overmix. Add milk if batter is too thick. Grease the griddle with butter or waffle iron with oil. Using a 4 fl oz ladle, pour flapjack batter onto the griddle. When flapjacks have bubbles on the top and are dry around the edges, about 2-1/2 minutes, flip over. Cook until bottom is golden. Repeat with remaining batter. Keep in warmed oven until ready to serve. Get creative! Serve with a dollop of sour cream and chopped chives. Yum!
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