Kodiak Power Cakes 3 Ways


Before I discovered Kodiak Power Cakes mix, I dutifully made pancakes from scratch. And while I loved knowing every ingredient that was going into my batter, I dreaded doing all those dishes. So many dirty dishes.

Look, it’s 2018 people. If we’re not looking for ways to make our lives easier, then what we are doing? I’m a mom now. My time is not only valuable, but limited. Though, I do follow some standard of integrity; I draw the line at fast food because I personally find it super sketchy. No offense if that’s your jam though. #DoYouBoo

My point is, I think we can all agree everyone needs a little help daily. And I appreciate that I can count on Kodiak Cakes to help me out with not one, not two, but three different uses for their product.

Kodiak Cakes Whole Grain Power Cakes Flapjack and Waffle Mix - Original Buttermilk - 20 oz (1lbs 4 oz)

Right now, I’m really digging baking up Kodiak Cake Muffins. Did I mention how easy they are to make? In the past week alone, I have baked up at least 5 dozen batches of muffins. Each slightly different than the last.

On the back of the box, there should be a recipe for muffins. I simply use this as a base recipe and modify it how I like. I substitute, add, or remove ingredients. Isn’t experimenting fun?


Anyway, I’m going to share how to make my latest creation, Cranberry Orange Muffins. I modified this recipe to be lower carb, low sugar, and low calorie.

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F.

  • 2 cups Kodiak Power Cakes mix
  • 1 cup cashew milk
  • 1 egg
  • 12 Splenda Naturals packets
  • 1/4 cup unsalted butter
  • 1 cup cranberries, smashed
  • zest of 1 orange
  • juice of 1 orange

Place muffin cups into tray or lightly grease muffin tray. Scoop batter into cups. Bake for 14-18 minutes.



That’s it. I kid you not. You’re done. Drink a glass of water and pat yourself on the back. You now have a healthy treat for your family.

I also love adding blueberries and bananas. Those are Jade’s favorite. You can really do anything you want to this recipe and make it your own. I think I’ll try strawberries next. Doesn’t that sound yummy?


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