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OG Bannock Mix

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Experience Authentic Bannock with Our Original Bangin' Bannock Mix

Enjoy the timeless taste of tradition with our 400g Bangin' Bannock dry mix. Perfect for both newcomers and seasoned bannock lovers, our mix brings the celebrated cultural food of Turtle Island right to your kitchen.

Why Choose Bangin' Bannock Mix?

  • Authentic Recipes: Crafted from family recipes passed down through generations.
  • Vegan-Friendly: Suitable for everyone, embracing modern dietary needs.
  • Versatile: Fry or bake! Includes instructions for fried bannock on the bag and baked bannock under our ‘Recipes’ tab.
  • Cultural Heritage: Bannock symbolizes the resilience and strength of our people.

Inside Every Bag:

  • Enough mix to make approximately 8 pieces of Frybread.
  • Step-by-step instructions for easy preparation.


  • Enriched wheat flour, sugar, baking powder, Himalayan pink salt
  • Contains: wheat

Bannock, or Frybread, is not just food — it's a story of resiliency and community. Our Bangin' Bannock Mix invites you to be part of this living tradition, offering a delicious way to connect with the rich history of Turtle Island.

Create Memories, Share Traditions. Get your Bangin' Bannock Mix today.

  • Women Owned

    Proudly Indigenous woman-owned: our brand stands for strength, creativity, and the empowerment of women in business.

  • Indigenous Business

    Rooted in Tradition: Our products celebrate the rich heritage of Indigenous culture, incorporating traditional recipes passed down through generations.

  • Community Support

    Giving Back: A portion of every purchase supports Indigenous and women-led initiatives, helping to build stronger, more resilient communities.

Your Kitchen, Our Heritage

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Bangin' Bannock owners Destiny Houshte and Kelsey Coutts holding bannock mix bags