This weekend I opened my fridge and found this can of Organic Batter Blaster. Now, I generally love all foods that come in a spray can: cheeze, whipped cream, icing, but pancakes?
The spray can makes people think “how can it be organic.” Despite the environmentally unfriendly delivery mechanism, the ingredients are what make it organic: Filtered water, Organic wheat flour (unbleached), Organic cane sugar,Â Organic whole egg solids,Â Organic soybean powder,Â Sodium lactate (lactic acid from beet sugar),Â DiCalcium phosphate (leavening agent),Â Sea salt,Â Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda),Â Organic rice bran extract, and a Propellant. Â Hmm, not sure about that last one. Â I think they must be required to list the propellant on the can even though you don’tÂ ingestÂ any propellant.
The important thing is how well it work and how it tastes, right? Â We gave it a try on Saturday morning and had a delightful breakfast. Â Here’s the skinny:
Make sure to shake the can up really good first. I shook it but apparently not enough. My first pancake was too wet and cooked too thin.Â Also, Apparently I don’t know anything about cooking pancakes because I shook the pan like you would when cooking an egg and… it just didn’t come out right:
However, by the 3rd one I was doing alright. The flavor was good, especially with some real mapleÂ syrup. Batter Blaster is available at Whole Foods.
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Our Batter Blaster came from Costco and I believe it was a 3 pack. (We were given 1)The sell by date is 3 months out. The pancakes were definitely easy and reasonably tasty. I prefer the taste of Bisquick or buttermilk pancakes but these were "good enough" with syrup. I'd probably buy them again just for the convenience factor.
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