Flax Freezer Waffles

A few days ago, I stumbled upon a website called super healthy Kids.

I love it!!    The website is chock-full of recipes, menu plans, lesson plans for teaching healthy eating to children of all ages, nutrition printables, articles and I haven’t even scratched the surface of the blog!

The first recipe I decided to try was for Flax Freezer Waffles.  Breakfast around here can get a little boring — who wants to eat cereal every morning? — and I’m always on the lookout for easy things I can make ahead for breakfast and freeze for later.   These waffles fit the bill and are healthy to boot!  You can get the recipe here.

Violet helped me mix up the batter (of course) and had the job of telling me when the light on the waffle maker turned green.  I used 1/3 cup of batter for each waffle and ended up with a total of 17 waffles.  Only 14 made it to the freezer, though, because Violet and I had to try some first.

flax freezer waffles

Guess what Violet asked for the next morning?

Yep.

You guessed it — waffles.

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5 responses to “Flax Freezer Waffles

  1. I’ve stumbled into a bit of a breakfast rut too — cold cereal, oatmeal, and the occasional bagel — so mixing it up with homemade waffles sounds delicious! I love your topping; waffles (and pancakes and French toast) taste even better with fruit!

    • Breakfast has become even more difficult since my daughter refuses to eat toast! When did that happen?!
      Silly me — I forgot to even mention the peaches I put on top of the waffles. They are home-canned and oh-so-good!! This may be the first time I topped waffles (or pancakes, for that matter) with fruit and I love it!
      Thanks so much for your comments! I hope you try these waffles and love them. And if you do, come back and let me know! 🙂

      • Home-canned?? Oh my, I don’t think anything can get better than that! As a child, my favorite toasts were cinnamon sugar (stuck to the bread with a bit of melted butter), peanut butter, and cheddar cheese. Not quite the healthiest, but it was a quick and easy breakfast for Mom to make on rushed mornings!

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