Happy Friday!! Now that school is back in session, I am finding that getting a decent breakfast on the table takes a little more thought than summertime. My kids are always hungry, but they get tired of the same stuff every morning. During the summer months, they would get up and have a quick bowl of cereal, and then play until they were ready to eat again. But since going back to school, grazing time has been cut down.
This morning I decided to do a little something different, and instead of making blueberry muffins, I took and created waffles out of the mix! They were so easy and quick! Being able to give them something that I know they are going to love is always a good feeling (especially if your kids are not necessarily morning people). I grabbed some muffin mix at the commissary the other day, with the thought that they could eat the muffins on the way to the bus stop. But when I was mixing them up this morning, it hit me that I could take the mix and create waffles instead.
They came out super light and fluffy! Instant hit! I used the Betty Crocker Blueberry Muffin Mix, but there are other flavors out there!
What You Need:
- Betty Crocker Muffin Mix
- Mix muffin mix as directed on the back of the package. I used three packets to make these waffles this morning
- Heat up waffle iron. Use a non-stick spray to lightly coat the inside of your iron
- Cook for 2-3 minutes, or until done to your desired texture
- Top with your favorite toppings, or eat plain
Just a note of caution – these waffles are HOT when they first come off the iron, so a burned tongue might happen if one is not careful – not that I did this, but just a general caution! The waffles tasted just like a blueberry muffin, and are delicious! This took less time to make into waffles than to wait for them to be done in the oven! I was super impressed! We will be doing this again!
Share your waffle creations with us!