|Aunt Jemima® is one of the oldest and most widely recognized trademarks in the United States and has been associated with high-quality, great-tasting breakfast products for over one hundred years. In 1889, the Pearl Milling Company developed Aunt Jemima, the first pancake ready-mix, and a brand was born. Aunt Jemima’s ready-mix products continued to please families throughout the 1900’s. In 1968, Aunt Jemima frozen waffles were introduced, pairing the great Aunt Jemima taste with the convenience of the toaster. Today, Aunt Jemima has grown to become one of the leading brands in the frozen breakfast category.|
|Aunt Jemima frozen breakfasts offer an easy solution, with a full variety of homemade-tasting breakfasts that can be prepared in minutes in the toaster or microwave. |
No matter what your tastes, Aunt Jemima has the perfect breakfast for you. With our light and fluffy pancakes, warm and delicious waffles, and hand-dipped and griddle-cooked French Toast, we can satisfy both the young and the young at heart. For those who want a complete single-serve breakfast, we have entrées featuring favorites such as pancakes, sausage, and eggs. And for those on the go, we have portable breakfast sandwiches on croissants, biscuits, French Toast, and our famous griddlecakes, with delicious syrup flavor built right in.
To give your family the warm and delicious breakfast they deserve, head to your grocer’s freezer and pick up some of our Aunt Jemima frozen breakfasts. They are a great way to start your day and show that you care. And remember . . . we do the work, you just add the warmth.
I have always loved Aunt Jemima pancakes and all their breakfast items, but I really enjoy the convenience of the frozen breakfast line. When you are running late and you have to feed your family, it is great to pop something in the microwave! Aunt Jemima makes delicious breakfast items and I got to try the Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Biscuits. My daughter loved them so much that she won't share with anyone! I think we found a winning breakfast here!