After all your childhood mornings of drenching freshly toasted waffles with absurd amounts of maple syrup and butter, you'll probably always have a special place in your heart -- and freezer -- for frozen waffles. But if you have Aunt Jemima frozen waffles, pancakes, and other breakfast items in your freezer, then don't eat them, according to a massive recall from the company.
Pinnacle Foods Inc., which produces Aunt Jemima brand foods, has launched a nationwide recall of more than a dozen frozen breakfast products -- waffles, French toast, pancakes, among others -- of all "best buy" dates over fears of listeria contamination. Specifically, the company said it detected Listeria monocytogenes bacteria in its plant environment and launched the recall as a "a precautionary measure." The recall doesn't include Aunt Jemima syrups or dry mixes, though.
Here's a full list of the potentially contaminated products and their UPC codes, per the official recall announcement from the US Food & Drug Administration: