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Amazing Foods for Life Gluten Free Baking Mixes - Review and Giveaway [Ends 2/8]

Rarely do you find me doing a lot of baking, but one thing I have always wanted to find an easy solution to was making pancakes. It's not like I don't like them, but you have to make them one at a time most of the time and by the time the cook gets to their batch, everyone else is ready for more!
So I had the chance to try some baking mixes by Amazing Foods for Life and when I received their amazing pancake mix, I thought I would give pancakes a brand new spin.

First, preheat your oven to 350 degrees. After that, for the most part, the process is the same. You follow all of the directions listed out on the packaging. The only thing I added was about one teaspoon of cinnamon. I would also recommend about a teaspoon of vanilla extract too.

You take your muffin tin and you butter the tin thoroughly. If you have them, I recommend using baking cups, because although these pancake muffins don't stick to the pan, they are very light and you run the risk of them falling apart as you try to take each one out when they're done.

Anyways, after you've mixed the ingredients you feel each muffin tin with the pancake mix, with about 1/4 inch room at the top.

I baked these for about 15 - 20 minutes, but check on these to be sure they are done thoroughly otherwise they may come out gooey (and not in a good way) if they are out of the oven too soon.

Overall, I these pancake muffins were perfect. Also what I loved about them was the fact that they didn’t have a whole lot of sugar in them and they were extremely easy to make. I made these with the Amazing Foods for Life Pancake mix and I really loved this mix because of all the healthy stuff in it! Plus, it’s gluten free too and with the texture and flavor of these muffins, you wouldn’t even tell that they were gluten free.

I also had the chance to try their Chocolate Banana Muffin mix. It was good but I’m not a huge fan of the banana in it and next time I may try to make the banana muffin mix without the banana. Lastly, I made their cookies with their Oatmeal Cookie mix and this was really tasty as well!

I definitely plan on buying these for myself, especially the pancake mix. These were just amazing in general and I hope to see these in more stores. If you are a lucky Californian, you might just find them in a store near you. Just follow this link to find out
. For those of us who live elsewhere, you can find their products online and purchase them from their website. Also another major perk is that their prices are really reasonable. Each mix is about $6.75 and right now if you order 3 bags you can get FREE shipping! I plan on taking advantage of that!

Be sure to follow them on Facebook. And they have an maxing new design and one lucky reader will receive one of each of their products (certified organic and gluten free):

Vegan Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
Chocolate Chip Cookie
Oatmeal Rasin Cookie
Pizza Crust
Sugar Free Pancake and Waffle (Sweetened with Stevia) 

Giveaway ends 2/8.

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I received free products in exchange for my honest review.


  1. I'd like to try their Pizza Crust Mix!

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  2. Organic Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Mix LOOKS GOOD

  3. I would really like to try the pizza crust mix...because I live on pizza and being gluten-free, it's not always an option to find any crust would be great to make my own!

  4. I would love to try the oatmeal raisin cookies!

  5. I would enjoy trying the Organic Banana Chocolate Chip Muffin.
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  6. I really want to try the Sugar Free Organic Pancake & Waffle Mix. My two little ones are obsessed with waffles!

  7. Organic Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Mix.

  8. I'd like to try Organic Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Mix.

  9. I would like to try the Organic Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix.

  10. I would like to try the Organic Pizza Crust Mix.

  11. I of course, first of all, would try the choco chip cookies! LOL oh yes. Then, the pizza crust mix. I have one daughter here who is totally gluten free.

  12. I want to try the pizza crust mix.

  13. I make pizza often with my kids so I would definately want to try the Pizza crust mix.

  14. We make pizza all the time at home.Organic Pizza Crust Mix is something I'd be curious to try.

  15. I love chocolate chip cookies, so I'd like to try the Chocolate Chip Cookie mix.

  16. I would love to try the Organic Pizza Crust from Amazing Foods.

  17. I would love to try the Sugar Free Organic Pancake & Waffle Mix, I love pancakes

  18. I would love to try the Sugar Free Organic Pancake & Waffle Mix!

  19. I would love to try the Amazing Foods Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix.


  20. I would like to try the pancake and waffle mix, it would be great with fruit.

  21. I would like to try the Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Mix!

  22. I'd like the try the pancake and waffle mix (original flavor)

  23. I would love to try them all but if I had to pick.........the pizza crust I love pizza.

  24. I would love to try the Organic Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins!

  25. I would love to try their Banana Chocolate Chip Muffin Mix!


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