I realize it is many ticks past the breakfast hour, but Wednesday isn’t over yet, which means it is 100% acceptable to still be talking about waffles. It’s no surprise I l.o.v.e. me a good waffle, whether Belgian or crispy, homemade or from the freezer… I’m their #1 fan. Since the beginning of this blog’s history, there have been numerous sightings of frozen waffles. There have also been a handful homemade creations seen, but those will have to wait for Waffle Wednesday Part II.
As the Nutrition Nut on the run, frozen waffles are extremely convenient for mornings when I’m dashing to class. Yet, they serve other purpose as well — for example, when I’m tired of oatmeal (yeah, right!), or on a weekend when my laziness overrides my inner chef.
Most of my diet is comprised of fresh ingredients, as I try to steer clear from preservative-packed frozen foods; yet, I have no guilt when it comes to frozen waffles. That being said, I do buy Van’s all-natural, multigrain, organic versions. [They have some new ones out!]
Without further adieu, a flash from my freezer’s past:
Hmmm… I wonder what could possibly be my favorite waffle topping? Would you say bananas!? However, I have topped my waffles with anything from Greek yogurt and pears to banana scramble-stuffed sandwiches.
Truth: I did not celebrate Waffle Wednesday today =/ Did you?
- What are staples in your freezer? Bananas. Bread. Butter. Chocolate Chips. Nuts.
- Waffles or Pancakes? Waffles, though I can never pass up my mama’s Grainy Pancakes.
Wishing you a happy & healthy Hump Day!
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