Kenyon's signature item! Johnny Cakes are a Rhode Island tradition, and displaced Rhode Islanders have helped increase their notoriety far beyond our tiny state. The heated debate over the proper way to cook them has been going on for years. Johnny Cakes are a mix of white corn with a dash of sugar and salt, combined with milk or water and cooked on a griddle.
The original and the only corn meal that you will find that will make a real Rhode Island Johnny Cake. Stone ground white corn meal can be used in any recipe that calls for white corn meal, but only Kenyon's Stone Ground White Corn Meal may be used to make Johnny Cakes!
Ingredients Stone Ground White Corn Meal
May contain traces of wheat and milk