unboxED winter morning ritual
Whether you're team Breakfast-for-Breakfast, or team Breakfast-for-Dinner, we've got you covered with the essentials to start your morning, or finish your day, on the right (warm & cozy) foot. This winter morning ritual includes:
Mrs. Biederhof's Buttermilk Pancake Dry Mix
Pancakes make people happy, so this will help you discover pancake-love in your own kitchen. The dry mix contains flour, sugar, baking soda and baking powder. Simply add buttermilk, eggs, and butter to make the fluffiest pancakes your kitchen has ever seen.
"Mrs. Biederhof's pancakes are the same delicious pancakes that many Toronto-locals know from restaurant, Mildred's Temple Kitchen - a true brunch institution. So what better way to support a local favourite than making the real deal at home? The reality is we love pancakes. BIG TIME! And these are delicious on their own, or topped with all the fixings - the choice is yours."
Sweetbark Maple Syrup Co. Golden
The early sap runs yield Sweetbark’s golden syrup—the lightest and mildest syrup. Its delicate and buttery flavour make it the perfect pairing for pancakes and waffles as well as yogurt and ice cream. Feeling sassy? Add it to your cocktails instead of simple syrup.
“We love this local syrup from Caledon produced lovingly by a group of longtime friends. They have a simple approach to their craft which yields such a delicious product.”
North Standard Trading Post Camp Wool Sock - Grey with red stripe
These socks from North Standard Trading Post are made with a blend of fabric that makes then softer than most wool socks; a symbol of coziness, comfort, and the outdoors. Made in Toronto, these socks are incredibly comfortable and made with a beautiful blend to keep your feet toasty warm on those super chilly days (or nights!). 50% Wool, 25% Nylon, 25% Acrylic.
“North Standard Trading Post is such a personal fav of ours, and these socks are a winter MUST! We love the warmth these wardrobe staples offer through the winter, and think the colour combos are such cool updates to a classic.”