Waffles are a staple breakfast item and there are so many ways to customize different flavors to make them suitable for babies and toddlers. Here are 10 simple recipes for waffles for babies that are easy to make and refined-sugar-free!
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Waffles are a great breakfast item to have on hand to serve to your little one. You can definitely pick up a pack of frozen waffles from a grocery store, but it is so simple to customize different waffle flavors and textures on your own! I love incorporating veggies, fruits, and healthy fats into waffles and batch making them to freeze and serve throughout a busy week. Here are some waffle variations, both savory and sweet that you can try for your little ones!
Spinach Banana Waffles
Spinach and banana is a classic flavor combo that is a great way to incorporate veggies into your little one's meals. Blend spinach into your waffle batter for fun-colored, nutritious waffles that your little ones are sure to love!
Cinnamon Apple Waffles
These cinnamon apple waffles use apples as the main sweetener instead of bananas. They are soft-textured and perfectly spiced!
Who says waffles have to be sweet?! These savory pizza waffles are great to serve up for lunch or dinner. Serve them with a side of marinara sauce to dip these cheesy waffles into!
It's never a bad time for all things pumpkin flavored! I love making these waffles all year round for that rich pumpkin flavor and taste.
Leftover Mashed Potato Waffles
These leftover mashed potato waffles are another savory option that is great for lunch or dinner. It is a great way to repurpose leftovers to serve in a fun new way!
Stuffed Croffles (Croissant Waffles)
Have you ever heard of croffles?! Croffles are a crossover between buttery croissants and soft and fluffy waffles. Stuff croissant dough with fillings of your choice and cook them in a waffle maker for a special sweet treat!
Blueberry Banana Waffles
Blueberries are a great way of adding natural sweetness to waffles. Fold a few blueberries into this banana-based waffle batter for bursts of berry sweetness in every bite!
Cheesy Zucchini Waffles
These savory waffles are a great way to incorporate zucchini into your little one's diet. Zucchini can be pretty bland served on its own, but when combined with cheese and cooked into these mini waffles they make the perfect lunch!
Banana Oat Waffles
Banana oat waffles are a classic waffle recipe perfect for babies beginning baby-led weaning. They are soft textured and naturally sweetened with bananas but can be customized with add-ins for an extra special treat!
Egg Free Waffles
If your little one has an egg allergy, these waffles are perfect to make! They still have a crisp on the outside, soft on the inside texture like a traditional waffle, and you can feel free to add in some fun mix-ins to switch up the flavors!
A fun way to serve a sandwich is to cook it for a few minutes in a waffle maker! Take your classic PB&J or cheese sandwich and toast it up in the waffle maker for a fun new way to serve a classic sandwich to your little one!
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Need some lunch ideas? Here are some simple lunch options to choose from!
Are you more of a savory or sweet waffles type of person? I'd love to know!