Easy Homemade Kodiak Flapjack PowerCups

Homemade Kodiak Flapjack PowerCups


 I love having a quick easy on the go breakfast and Homemade Kodiak Flapjack PowerCups are my favorite! Quick and easy with a throw away cup!


Homemade Kodiak Flapjack PowerCups

Homemade Kodiak Flapjack PowerCups

I try to eat breakfast everyday now because it helps me not snack on garbage foods through out the day. My favorite breakfast foods are things that are quick and easy so I don’t have to wake up any earlier in the morning. Greens smoothies and Kodiak flapjack cups have been my favorite.

We found the flapjacks at Costco and they have literally been the best! I love that you just add milk or water and then microwave for 60 seconds and go. The disposable cup is nice too, I have a bad habit of taking cups to work and forgetting them there. 




Well last time we went to Costco they didn’t have them anymore so I went online to buy them and they were like $2.50 a cup. Which isn’t bad but I thought I could make them for cheaper and make more flavors. I may have cheated a little but I used their buttermilk protein pancake powder as a base. Then we bought the cups Amazon and they were 20 dollars for 50 cups with lids.




I made a couple flavors but I started out by measuring out the serving size of Kodiak pancake mix 53 grams into each cup. Then I made a couple different flavors. I did s’mores I added 5 grams of marshmallows and 7 grams of semi sweet chocolate chips to the Kodiak powder. That gave me a cup with 237 calories, 39 grams of carbs, 4 grams of fat, and 15 grams of protein.



I made an apple cinnamon pancake and added 1 gram of granny Smith freeze dried apples and a 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon. This makes for 200 calories, 31 g of carbs, 2 g of fat, and 14 g of protein.




Also, I made strawberry which was my personal favorite. I added 2 grams of freeze dried strawberries to go Kodiak pancake mix. Which came to 200 calories, 31.5 g carbs, 2 g fat and 14 grams of protein.




For all of these you can either mix in 1/3 cup water or milk. I use 2% so that adds 43 calories, 4 g carbs, 1.7 g fat, and 2.7 g protein to your total. I think they taste good either way! Enjoy!


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4 thoughts on “Easy Homemade Kodiak Flapjack PowerCups”

  1. Hi there! I’d like to try these powercups, but could you tell me how long you cook them for in the microwave?
    Do you cook them at full power?

    1. yes, you cook them in the cups. I cook mine about 1 to 2 minutes on high. it just depends how hot your microwave cooks. thanks for stopping by!

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