Are you looking for a breakfast that is a spin on a classic? The Heavenly Waffle Mix is sure to be hit with for anyone. When you pair this mix with the Sandhill's Cowboy Syrup from Rafter 7s your tastebuds will be singing praises.
In 2009, Chef Bob completed training at Le Cordon Bleu in Austin, Texas, and started working on transforming the initial pancake batter that Bob’s Grandmother Glady made. Five years, and four food scientists later, a new revolutionary, high protein, yogurt based, waffle mix was born. Initially branded as Pancrepes, it would take three more years before the final recipe would come to fruition.
Then in 2017, Chef Bob modified the mixing instructions, and instead of adding water he began mixing club soda, egg and oil with his mix – finally Heavenly Waffles was born. The name was trademarked in recognition of Grandma Glady who is now in heaven. Heavenly Waffles can be found in restaurants, coffee shops, and corporate restaurants across the country.
Rafter 7S is located 30 miles north of Paxton, Nebraska in the Nebraska Sandhills. It is in the heart of cattle country on a working ranch. A common question Sherri is asked is, “Where does the name Rafter 7S come from?” The name "Rafter 7S" comes from their cattle brand. The brand was first registered by her husband's grandfather. The company consists of her husband, Dean, herself (Sherri), and their children (Kate, Mara, and Clay).