Kodiak aims to satisfy the hungry explorer in all of us, packing their products with whole grain and protein. Known as a “frontier favorite”. Kodiak Cakes have been a family recipe shared with like-minds since 1982. Whether we’re traipsing the outdoors or taking on a full desk of work, Kodiak breakfast staples provide energy sources to tackle the day.
The newest in Kodiak’s line of pioneer-inspired eats is the Plant Based Power Waffle. While smaller in size, this waffle is hearty, lightly spiced, and perfectly sweet. I taste-tested my waffles with non-dairy butter, maple syrup, and organic mixed berries. The combination helped to bring out the sweetness in the waffles, but I think they would be equally as tasty paired with savory foods. The waffles also don’t get overly toasted in the toaster or oven, providing a fluffy cake no matter how you prepare. I found 2 of these waffles to be plenty filling, as the whole grain really does the job in providing satiation.
Kodiak previously released plant-based frozen waffles that contained egg, but this new version is vegan-friendly. We are beginning to see a change in their ingredient lists for their plant-based products beginning with the Power Waffles, and I hope to see their box mix adjusted next! Kodiak donates a portion of its sales each year to conserve wildlife, and I think the addition of fully plant-based products to its established line is a great way to support their mission even further.
I found my Kodiak Plant-Based Power Waffles at my local Target. If you aren’t local, you can use the product location feature on Kodiak’s website to find the plant-based variety near you!
What do you think? Will you be trying, or is whole-grain not your thing?
Target Location: 2425 Claribel Rd, Riverbank, CA 95367