Kids in the Kitchen Making Belgian Waffles a Better Bite

Kids in the Kitchen Making Belgian Waffles a Better Bite

Looking to grab the kids & get into the kitchen this summer? I’ve got you covered at the Price Chopper Kids Cooking Club! We have a bunch of recipes we’ve created over the years that include everything from developing skills to encouraging taste testing & experimentation. This month we have the kids in the kitchen making Belgium waffles a better bite.

I am one of those parents who did not want the whipped topping & syrupy fruit to start a day, but when my daughter was young she wanted this decadent looking breakfast. So, I offered a solution!

Our Belgian Waffle Fix includes some whole grains in the mix & replaces the toppings with a much better bite that the kids will love; Greek vanilla yogurt & fresh frozen fruit with no sugar added. If you use the fresh frozen berries & let them thaw, they release their own natural juices and no syrup is actually needed.

This recipe is great for summer weekend breakfast fun. But, if you want to serve it during a busy week, here’s my time saver tip: Make the waffles & Freeze them. Warm them in the toaster & top them off = super parent move without out the time :)!

Belgian Waffles with a Whole New Fix by Jodie Fitz

1 Pics egg, large
1 ½ Pics cups low-fat milk
¼ cup Prcie Chopper canola oil
1 cup whole white wheat flour
1 cup cake flour
3 tablespoons Price Chopper brown sugar
1 tablespoon Price Chopper baking powder
1 teaspoon Price Chopper vanilla extract
¼ teaspoon salt
Vanilla Greek Yogurt
Price Chopper frozen strawberries, no sugar added
Price Chopper frozen blueberries, no sugar added

Whip the egg, milk, oil, flours, brown sugar, baking powder, vanilla extract and salt together in a large bowls with a whisk.

Cook the batter in a traditional waffle maker.

Serve them with Greek Yogurt on top instead of whipped cream, topped with fresh frozen berries that have been thawed.

This Recipe makes approximately 5 waffles.

6 Comments on “Kids in the Kitchen Making Belgian Waffles a Better Bite”

  1. Yum – those sound amazing! Might have to have my son try to make them. 😉 Thank you for sharing with us at the #HomeMattersParty

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