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    Scrumptious Pumpkin Pancakes

    What is better for a fall breakfast than pumpkin pancakes? Wake up and bite into a warm pancake that will remind you of your favorite Thanksgiving treat. Whether you want to roll up your sleeves and make it from scratch or simply use our Lehi Mills Original Pancake Mix, we’ve got a pumpkin pancake recipe for you! Either way, it’s simple and delicious. Pumpkin Pancakes (From Scratch) Ingredients 2 eggs 4 Tbsp (1/2 stick) unsalted butter (plus butter for cooking) 1 ¼ cups Lehi Mills flour 5 tablespoon sugar 4 tsp baking powder ½ tsp salt 1 ¼ cup milk 1 cup pumpkin p...

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    Elvis Presley Pancakes

    Today’s banana pancakes with peanut butter honey sauce were inspired by Elvis Presley. You might not know that he had some… interesting eating habits. One of his very favorite sandwiches was a fried peanut butter and banana sandwich with bacon. These pancakes are a lightened-up version, but you can still serve them with a side of bacon if you want to stay true to The King’s favorite sandwich. They’re a lot healthier than what Elvis would eat, but surely he would approve 😊 Use Lehi Mills Original Pancake Mix for a quick and easy pancake that’s as delicious as it is convenient! Elvis Presley Pa...

  • Homemade Dog Treats For Your Spoiled Fur Baby

    Your fur baby deserves the best treats. Store-bought treats are packed with harmful additives that hurt your dog’s stomach. Homemade treats are much easier on your dog’s digestive system and are more economical as well. Try out these easy peanut butter dog treats and dog waffles! These treats are made with flour. Most dogs can eat flour. Most store-bought treats contain some sort of wheat, so if your dog hasn’t experienced sensitivity to flour, you’re good to go. If you know your dog has a wheat allergy, you can sub the flour for oats.  Homemade Peanut Butter Dog Treats Ingredients 2 cups flou...

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    Chocolate Chip Pancakes

    The only thing better than a delicious pancake breakfast is a delicious chocolate chip pancake breakfast. Get ready to bite into a fluffy pancake bursting with warm, gooey chocolate chips. You can follow the instructions to make the pancakes from scratch or use one of our delicious pancake mixes and just add chocolate chips to your liking. It’s your breakfast, your way. Chocolate Chip Pancakes Ingredients 2 eggs 4 Tbsp (1/2 stick) unsalted butter (plus butter for cooking) 1 ¼ cups flour 1 tablespoon sugar 4 tsp baking powder ¾ tsp salt 1 cup milk ¾ cup chocola...

  • Savory Waffles

    Try out these cheddar bacon chive waffles. Yes, you heard that right. Cheddar. Bacon. Chive. Waffles. Imagine it: sharp cheddar, fragrant herbs, salty bacon, and warm waffle. If you’ve never tried savory waffles, you must try them. Savory waffles are basically an excuse to eat waffles for every meal! These waffles are great for dinner, but also work for breakfast or brunch. The best part? Top with sour cream and fresh green onions. Give it a shot. You’ll love it! Use Lehi Mills Belgian Waffle Mix as the base. The waffles are fluffy and just the right amount of crispy. They’re not too sweet so ...

  • Piña Colada Pancakes

    It’s summertime! Bring on all the late breakfasts, ripe fruit, and sunshine! If you’re in a landlocked state, you’re probably dreaming of the beach…   If you can’t go somewhere tropical, bring the tropics to you! Based off everyone’s favorite drink, these piña colada pancakes taste just like summer. Juicy pineapple, creamy coconut syrup, rich whipped cream, and crispy coconut flakes come together to make a delicious tropical breakfast. Don’t skip on the fresh pineapple. Yes, canned pineapple is much easier, but fresh pineapple is SO MUCH BETTER. Canned pineapple hardly has any flavor—it’s not...

  • Happy National Sugar Cookie Day!

    A Bite of History Have you ever eaten a jumble? A plunket? How about a gemmel? Chances are you have, you just don’t know sugar cookies by these names. But these were some of the sweet treats circulating around 17th century Europe that are the ancestors of the modern sugar cookie. Sugar cookies as we know them were made by Protestant settlers in Pennsylvania in the 1700s. In those days, they were in the shape of the state’s symbol: a keystone. Today, they come in all shapes and sizes and are used during several holidays. Like today. July 9th is recognized as National Sugar Cookie Day. So, grab ...

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    5 Stranger Things Themed Waffle Recipes

    Season 3 of Stranger Things is upon us— and what better way to celebrate than by eating waffles? We’re just as obsessed with waffles as Eleven is, so we’ve put together a list of sweet and savory recipes inspired by your favorite show. Enjoy them as you binge-watch season 3. They’ll taste amazing!  1. The Dragon’s Lair Ingredients 1 Lehi Mills waffle (Belgian or Whole-Grain) Maple Syrup Sriracha sauce 1 Chicken tender Directions Follow the directions on the Lehi Mills Waffle Mix box to make your waffle. Combine the syrup and Sriracha sauce in a small, microwave-safe bowl and ...

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    Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

    There’s nothing better than a warm chocolate chip cookie… except a warm browned butter chocolate chip cookie. If you’ve never added browned butter to your cookies, you’re seriously missing out. Browned butter makes THE BEST cookies. It adds this extra salty, nutty flavor that adds depth to the flavor of the cookie. It’s that perfect salty/sweet combo. Like caramel corn, chicken and waffles, monte cristo sandwiches... you know… all the best things. Are you hungry yet? Back to the point. If you use salted butter, don’t add any extra salt into the dough. Your cookies will end up tasting like you...

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    Happy National Donut Day!

    To celebrate this important day, make donuts! Not just any donuts, though. Make the easiest donuts ever using Lehi Mills Blueberry Muffin Mix! All you have to do is prepare the batter as the box says, and bake them in a donut pan! They get nice and crispy on the outside and stay deliciously soft on the inside. If you don’t have a donut pan, you should seriously consider investing in one. All the fun and deliciousness of a donut without all the oil! Not to mention it’s way easier to pour batter into a pan and throw them in the oven than deep frying each d...