Shopping for pancake mixes, cookbooks, etc online? Checke out these featured product listings from http://www.amazon.com/ below. Feel free to click on the products that interest you (will take you straight to Amazon's website where you can order the product, see product reviews, get more info, etc.). Note: this is not an exhaustive list of products featured at Amazon and so feel free to browse. BTW, I am also part of Walmart's Affiliate program and they probably have a good sized collection of breakfast items at their website as well.
Organic Batter Blaster Pancakes and Waffle Mix
- Light fluggy pancakes
- Hot Crisp Waffles
- Homemade flavor
- all natural ingredients
- Makes both pancakes and waffles
- Popular both among kids and adults (can be useful for sleep over btw)
- 100% USDA Ceritfied Ingredients
- Low Fat, low sodium, and no transfats
- No dishes needed
- Easy to make: no mixing, no measuring, and no additional ingredients
- Easy to clean up
- All Natural Table Syrup
- Premium Product
- Does not contain HFCS, Corn Syup, Preservatives, or Artificial flavors (think maple syrup)
Date: 6/11/10 (tomorrow)
Times: 10:30 AM to 4:30 pm (will start tearing things down at 4:00 since I will need to go to my other job afterwards)
Location: Albertsons Store in Monroe, WA. Need directions? Consult google maps at http://maps.google.com/
- Will be giving $5 off coupons
- Will be giving out Pancake samples with syrup. I won't be demoing waffles though, since I am only expected to cook pancakes during the demo
My thoughts about the products
I've had pancakes and waffles on various occasions since I was a kid (not every day of course), and often makes a fine treat in the morning, especially when combined with sausage, eggs, and either orange juice or coffee (lattes can go well too if you happen to have an espresso machine). Personally, I haven't tried these brands yet (I usually use bisquick), but if you are looking for country style pancakes and syrup, Log Cabin syrup and Batter Blaster Pancakes could be worth sampling. I live out in the country myself (Snohomish is basically a large farm town when you think of it and is surrounded by farmlands and woodlands to the south, east, north and in the valley to the west between Snohomish and Everett) and if you are familiar with the country lifestyle, a country style breakfast can be a special treat as it is usually home made and natural. Waffles can also be a good fit, especially for camping trips where you stay in a log cabin, say out near Leavenworth (about an 1.5 hour drive east of Monroe along US2). It is also a popular dish at many colleges as cooks will sometimes make fresh waffles with hot waffle irons for hungry students on various days.
See you tomorrow if you are hungry. BTW, if you can't make the demo, there are probably going to be similar demos going on in your area. Also, you can always order some online via Amazon as they have a pretty good selection of pancakes and syrups (listed a few earlier in the post by the way).