Kodiak Cakes - Oatmeal Unleashed Cup Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip - 2.12 oz. (60 g)
It’s no secret that chocolate and peanut butter are the perfect pair, but we decided to bring oatmeal into the mix with Kodiak Cakes Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Unleashed. Turns out that what most would consider a third wheel resulted in a trifecta of flavor. 100% whole-grain rolled oats complement the sweet and savory combo of this proverbial power couple, resulting in a crave-worthy breakfast that’s packed with 14 grams of protein to power you through those busy mornings, they even left room for you to add some sliced bananas or raspberries for when you’re feeling really creative.
- 14 grams of protein keep you full and fuel you during busy mornings
- 100% whole grains and non-GMO ingredients make for a wholesome, nutritious breakfast.
- Classic peanut butter and chocolate combo enhance the flavor of whole rolled oats
- Ready to enjoy in under a minute—just add water or milk and microwave
Frequently Asked Questions
Are their products GMO-free?
All Kodiak Cakes products are completely non-GMO. Sourcing non-GMO ingredients isn't always easy and it does cost them more, but it's something they believe in and are fully committed to. Farming with genetically-modified crops is a risky experiment with our food supply, and it's difficult to reverse many of the negative consequences that GMOs have introduced into our nation's eco-system and farming industrial complex. The GMO farming approach is inconsistent with their Kodiak philosophy of responsible farming methods, high quality ingredients, and a balanced ecosystem that respects and works with nature as an ally, not an adversary.
Are their products Kosher?
Yes, they are. All of their products are certified kosher by Kehilla Kosher. The certification is marked on each product at the bottom just under the nutrition facts (it's a tiny half circle with a "k" in it).
Do I need to refrigerate any products after opening them?
They recommend refrigerating the flapjack and waffle box mixes once they are opened to preserve freshness. You're probably not used to refrigerating a box mix, but most other box mixes aren't made with freshly-ground whole grains. Refrigerating freshly-ground whole grains is a great way to preserve their rich flavor and nutrition. Once opened, they are best to consume until their sell-by date.
Kodiak Cakes Mission
Restoring the Real Food Tradition
Long ago, a hearty meal was the mainstay of frontier folk from the frigid Yukon to the High Sierra. These rugged explorers relied on real food with a rich source of carbohydrates, protein, and fiber. Kodiak Cakes is meant for those who, like the rugged old pioneers exploring the untamed wilderness, require nutrition, energy, and great taste to successfully navigate today’s frontier.
Whole Grains Taste Better
Apart from being the essential ingredient of the original frontier flapjacks, Kodiak Cakes uses whole grains because they just taste better. They’re also packed with the fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals essential to fueling an active life. So instead of processing their wheat and “enriching” it with some of its original nutritional value, they left it as is, free of GMOs, preservatives, or artificial additives.
Powered by Protein
Combining the nourishment of whole grains with the benefits of high-quality protein just makes sense to Kodiak Cakes, so they add high-quality protein to many of their products and give you the ability to incorporate even more protein in your diet by adding milk and an egg. Plus, you won’t have to suffer through another chalky protein breakfast shake again. You’re welcome.
Fuel for Conquering Your Frontier
Whether you’re training for your first half-marathon, prepping for a big day on the trail, or just adopting a healthier diet, the need for real, nourishing food remains the same. They’ve taken care to craft our foods with the wholesome nutrients, freshly ground whole grains, and essential protein you need to conquer your frontier.
Joel and Jon Clark in the Kitchen
One summer day in 1982, Joel and Jon's Mom decided she would mix up the dry ingredients of Grandpa's hot cakes recipe and sell them to their neighborhood in brown paper lunch sacks. On the outside of each sack were the mixing and cooking instructions that she had carefully handwritten.
Once the sacks were all filled with ingredients, their Mom loaded up her eight-year-old son Joel's red wagon and sent him off to sell them to the neighborhood. In no time, Joel returned home having sold each mix.
Although the neighbors requested more of the mix, Mom decided her venture was a little premature and returned to raising her five children. However, over the next 12 years, the thoughts of selling her mixes never left her mind.
Finally in the summer of 1994 it was time once again to renew her business. So their Mom urged one of her other sons, Jon, to start up her company again. By that time, Mom had even come up with a company name-Baker Mills, the maiden names of her mother and grandmother.
During the summer of 1994, Jon started putting the company together. In order to make Grandpa's recipe an "add-water-only" mix, it had to be modified. He began this process by studying all about food ingredients at the library, testing batch after batch in his kitchen, enlisting the graphic art help of his elementary school friend Todd Schofield, and consulting with older brother, Tim, as well as many food experts. At last Kodiak Cakes Frontier Flapjack and Waffle Mix was ready for market. Jon and Joel hit the streets of nearby ski towns such as Park City, Utah, Sun Valley, Idaho, and Jackson, Wyoming, where they each took half of the towns and began selling Kodiak Cakes to the gift shops. Today Baker Mills continues as a family business with all of their products staying true to their commitment to use only the finest and most wholesome ingredients available.