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We are just a couple of weeks away from school starting again and I’m starting to think about those busy school day mornings. Kellogg’s Eggo waffles make busy school mornings so much easier and I today want to share with you all a recipe for Fruity Waffle Tacos that are a fun breakfast for school days (or any day really!).
So this week I picked up some Eggo waffles while doing my online grocery pick up at Walmart. I love the convenience of being able to shop on my computer while sitting on my couch in my jammies and then just pulling up to the pick up area to get my groceries at my reserved time. I’ll be honest… as a mom I love my children but I do not love grocery shopping with them every week. Online grocery ordering has saved my sanity quite a bit this summer.
I picked up Kellogg’s Eggo Nutri-Grain Blueberry Waffles and Kellogg’s Eggo Nutri-Grain Whole Wheat Waffles. We love the convenience of eggo waffles on busy mornings and that they now have colors & flavors from natural sources.
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Fruity Waffle Tacos Recipe
- Eggo Nutri-Grain Blueberry Waffles
- Eggo Nutri-Grain Whole Wheat Waffles
- peanut butter
- chocolate hazelnut spread
Step 1: Make the waffle taco shells. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. While the oven is preheating take the Eggo waffles out of the freezer and lay them out to thaw for about 10 minutes. Once they have thawed then use a toothpick to gently fold one side over to the other and hold it into place. The blueberry waffles were a bit more stiff than the plain whole wheat ones so they broke a little on the fold but not all the way through so they still worked fine. Bake the waffle taco shells for 5 minutes (or until they are crisp) in the oven. Take out the toothpicks.
Step 2: Set out the ingredients. I set my boys up with a variety of breakfast taco ingredients and allow them to make their own fruity waffle taco combinations. They are able to choose from items like peanut butter, chocolate hazelnut spread, blueberries, strawberries, bananas, and raspberries. Choose fruits and spreads that your kids like. You could do cream cheese, yogurt, apples, blackberries, etc. Mix it up and see what you like!
Step 3: Let them go to town making combinations of a spread and then some fruit.
My children love getting involved in the process of cooking and making food so this type of meal really appeals to them. For kids who are sometimes picky this kind of meal is great too because they get to exercise a little control over what they eat even if it is a structured choice from the ingredients that you choose. Want more Eggo waffle recipes? Check these ideas out for inspiration!