Buttermilk Smileys Pancake Breakfast Bundle
Happy and Fun Pancake Breakfast!
• Maple Run Emporium Buttermilk Pancake Mix
• Nordic Ware Smiley Face Pancake Pan
• Windy Hill Maple Golden Color & Delicate Taste Syrup Quart
Stir our classic Buttermilk Pancake Mix with milk and eggs for a rich, smooth batter, cook the pancakes on your stove top in a pan that imprints them with happy, smiley faces, and then serve with the sweetest, golden maple syrup!
Buttermilk is the all-time classic pancake flavor, and this one has all the richness and flavor you want in a breakfast tradition. Our perfect pairing with Golden Color & Delicate Taste Maple Syrup complements the buttermilk deliciously. The non-stick pan has adorable smiley faces to bring out the cheeriness in everyone!
Buttermilk Pancake Mix
Maple Run Emporium Buttermilk Pancake Mix is a classic flavor made with traditional ingredients. The smooth batter is great for imprinting and easy flipping!
So easy to prepare - just add milk and eggs. The 12 oz. bag makes about 16 large pancakes. Ingredients: Unbleached Flour, Corn Flour, Sugar, Dried Buttermilk, Baking Powder. Contains: Wheat and Dairy. Packaged on equipment with dairy, dried eggs, nuts, and wheat ingredients.
Smiley Face Pancake Pan
Nordic Ware Smiley Face Pancake Pan features seven 3" wide cavities, with five different Smiley Faces. The pan is made of cast aluminum, which provides even, consistent heat. The PFOA-free non-stick coating assures easy turning and quick clean-up. The phenolic handle stays cool. Safe for use on electric, gas, and ceramic stove tops.
Golden Color & Delicate Taste Maple Syrup - 1 Quart
Windy Hill Maple in Colton, New York, is a family-owned sugar house with three generations involved in making syrup. The quart of Golden Color & Delicate Taste Maple Syrup is a classic on Buttermilk Pancakes, and is especially favored by kids and adults who love sweets and smiles. This syrup is also delicious on waffles, French toast, hot and cold cereals, ice cream, yogurt and fruit. Use as a glaze for ham and vegetables, cooking baked beans, or making BBQ sauce. Use in place of sugar in baking.