- 100% Happiness Guarantee
- Born in Canada
- Best Quality
- Gift Card
Looking for a way to mark a special occasion at your organization? We work with customers to create custom labels for our pancake and waffle mixes.
Customers have had us create custom labels for all sorts of occasions: Stampede gift boxes, weddings, bar mitzvahs, IPOs and Christmas celebrations are a few of the events we have created labels for thus far.
Each pouch contains 500g of mix - enough to make 10 pancakes or waffles. Choose between our Original recipe (add eggs and buttermilk) or our just add water formula.
For orders larger than 1000 units, feel free to send us an email and we can discuss!
The Build-A-Bundle allows you to build your own gift box from scratch. Each gift box comes with two packages of our Original Pancake & Waffle Mix. After that, it's up to you!
Some of our personal favourites are the Martin Picard maple condensed milk and the pistachio cream.
Buttermilk Fine Waffles opened its doors on May 14th, 2015. Using a beloved family recipe, Buttermilk quickly earned a reputation for serving its light & fluffy waffles in a variety of sweet and savoury ways.
Through countless experimenting, we developed our proprietary pancake & waffle mix formula. We now sell this incredible mix in retail locations throughout Canada.
There are a lot of mixes out there, but none of them compare to the incredibly light and fluffy pancakes and waffles our product makes!
Where To Buy
Want to head to your local shop to grab one of our mixes? We have an interactive map where you can find all the spots where we are stocked! We are currently stocked in more than 50 stores throughout Alberta and growing!
How To Make A Buttermilk Fine Waffle!
Separate yolks & white into two bowls make sure no yolks in whites or they won't whip!
Using an electric beater, whip whites until a finger holds a valley (1.5-2 minutes)
In a separate mixing bowl, whisk together: yolks, vegetable oil, water, vanilla & buttermilk
Fold (using spatula) Dry Mix into wet mixture until combined but still slightly lumpy.
Fold egg whites into mixture until whites are no longer visible - batter still slightly lumpy -
Once hot, oil surface lightly and make waffels.
*Don't leave iron hot and empty for more than a few minutes to prevent sticking!