Skip to content Skip to footer

Breakfast Fryin’ Pan Bread – Cinnamon


(2 customer reviews)
SKU: 30201 Categories: , , Product ID: 5196


Fresh, warm cinnamon bread right out of the pan for breakfast.  Great as is,  but exciting with fresh picked wild berries.  Makes four 2.75 oz. servings. Takes 8 minutes to cook.

.Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1/4 Package
Dry Weight 52.5g
Servings Per Container 4
Calories 224
Calories from Fat 23
Grams (g)
Daily Value*
Total Fat
3 4.0%
Saturated Fat
0.9 5.0%
Trans Fat
0 0.0%
32mg 35.0%
474mg 20.0%
Total Carbohydrate
32 11.0%
Dietary Fiber
0.5 2.0%
3.2 0.0%
5 0.0%
NA** 0.0%
Vitamin A
NA** 0.0%
Vitamin C
NA** 0.0%

Unbleached wheat flour, sugar, corn syrup solids, aluminum-free backing powder (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, corn starch, monocalcium phosphate), salt, herbs and spices, dried whole egg, butter flavor (whey solids, enzyme-modified butter oil and dehydrated butter, corn syrup solids, salt, guar gum, annatto and turmeric (for color)). Cinnamon.

Additional information

Weight 9 lbs
Dimensions 1.5 × 3.75 × 6.5 in

2 reviews for Breakfast Fryin’ Pan Bread – Cinnamon


    This bread is great for breakfast, a snack or even for dessert. You can add to this bread by making the dehydrated apples on this site or I have prepared fresh apples sautéed in a pan. Mix in what ever fruit or nuts you like. I make 3″ pancakes and fry until golden brown. Serve with cinnamon sugar, ghee, caramel dip, peanut butter. Sometimes the sugar pack included gets hard, add it to some hot water and you are good to go.

  2. Dan in Middle TN

    Cache Lake Fryin’ Pan Bread is an awesome addition to any backpacking trip! I’ve tried most of the flavors, and haven’t found one yet that isn’t good. One package makes enough for 4 servings, but it’s so good that 1 or 2 people usually eat it all! This takes a little time and patience to make in the back-country, but it is SOOOOO worth it. My only gripe- sometimes the sweetener hardens and doesn’t always dissolve, even when heated by itself. I’ve gotten around this by making my own- I just dissolve sugar in the water before adding it to the mix.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *