What is your favorite pancake mix to use?

United States
June 12, 2008 4:33am CST
In 1889, Aunt Jemima pancake flour, invented at St. Joseph, Missouri, was the first self-rising flour for pancakes and the first ready-mix food ever to be introduced commercially. I like Aldi's brand the best. We bought some for our last camping trip and all you needed to do was add water, so it is a great one for camping. When we are home we are always playing around with different things to add to it. My girl's favorite is chocolate chip pancakes.
6 responses
• United States
23 Jun 08
I love to use that kind in the paper sack. Can't remember the name cause it's been ages since I made pancakes. But they are really good. Especially on days that it's cold and I don't mind heating up the kitchen.
@Essie119 (673)
• Canada
12 Jun 08
I haven't bought a commercail mix in years, but when I did I used Aunt Jemima. It always made great flavoured pancakes. My husband likes the slightly heavier ones that you get from making them from scratch, so I now use a Betty Crocker recipe when we're having pancakes for supper.
@lilybug (21182)
• United States
12 Jun 08
I usually buy Hungry Jack brand pancake mix. I think it is the extra light and fluffy kind. When I make them I stir in some ground flax seed for extra nutrition.
@peavey (15806)
• United States
12 Jun 08
I like Krusteaz when I use a pancake mix, which is rarely. It's inexpensive and makes a good pancake.
• United States
12 Jun 08
I use Aunt Jemima mix and syrup. I love the syrup and I am picky about syrup. My son loves Blueberry pancakes, but I like to add honey and cinnamon to my mix.
@stephcjh (32385)
• United States
12 Jun 08
We always use Aunt Jemima most of the time too. That is some very good syrup. We have not had pancakes in a while since we started working nights though. We usually eat aroun noon and most usually we eat our suppertime meal then. We hardly ever eat breakfast anymore since our hours of working is so messed up.