Posted on | March 28, 2012 | 2 Comments
2 Responses to “Product Review: Stonewall Kitchen Pancake and Waffle Mix”
Well, back to Bob’s red mill…jb
You really must try King Arthur Flour’s Pancake Mix. I add to the mix: cinnamon, GF almond extract, GF vanilla extract, use buttermilk as the liquid, sometimes add as well fresh ground nutmeg, the egg required, and 2 T butter melted. I don’t really measure the cinnamon, almond extr. or the vanilla extr., just eyeball it since I’ve made pancakes for so many years that I know when it’ll be right. Sometimes I even swap out the almond extr. for orange extract. The instructions on the box say to let the resultant mixture sit 5-10 min to thicken, but I never do and they come out heavenly. I cook them in coconut oil and using a electric skillet that I got at Wally World for less than $20 or maybe less than $15. For me both and me, my husband, stepdaughter and son-in-law don’t like any other “brand” and they’re even better than anything you can put together using GF flour on your own and I don’t care what brand you use, although my favorite GF flour blend is now Maninis (made from ancient grains and no rice flours) which makes super super bread and lots of other things. You can get KAF Pancake mix at Whole Foods, Amazon.com, and in my area (Kerrville, TX) my local supermarket: HEB.
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