More and more products are coming out that make it easier for the low-carb dieter. Some of them have not been very good tasting. However, I saw a pancake and waffle mix that was PALEO at Costco one day and I thought I would try it. It is called Birch Benders and it is made with coconut flour. Very easy to make with water and I didn’t even need to put butter on it because it already tasted buttery. These are very low-carb and will work with a low-carb diet. Two decent sized cakes are 16g of carbs minus 5 g of fiber is 11g net carbs! If you want to stay between 50 and 100g of carbs a day and you really feel like some pancakes, this is a decent alternative.
So, Costco is hit or miss on this product. I looked it up online and apparently you can get it at Target, but I think more of the Target.com (online) because I could not see it at my local Target. It is also available on Amazon.com. They are really good and fluffy and I really didn’t miss the wheat flour version of cakes.
In my search of different places to buy Birch Benders mix, I saw that they now make a frozen waffle! They have all kinds–Buttermilk, Protein, etc….but the one you want for low-carb, made from coconut flour is the PALEO version. I looked on their website for a location and near me, it said Whole Foods, Ralphs, Target, and Sprouts. I didn’t look at Ralphs yet, but Target and Whole Foods–couldn’t see it. One Sprouts was out (there was a sale), but the one closest to my house had it. I bought it and I tasted it today. It was really good! I put my low-carb syrup on it that I got from Ralph’s market and had it and again, low-carb and tasted like any other frozen waffle. So, if you want you or your kids to eat a quick carby breakfast item, they are better off with this lower-carb, coconut flour version of a frozen waffle. It didn’t even taste dietetic.