honey graham waffles
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A favorite childhood snack made into a delicious and nutritious breakfast, honey graham waffles
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i miss little kid snacks. my kids were both great nappers, probably because they were pre-dawn risers. now those days I don’t miss one bit. when you are up before the sun, and you do not work outside of the house, and you spend your day with Thomas the Tank Engine, dinosaurs, and a princess here and there, the days are l o n g.
maybe they were just happy to be up and playing again, but they sure were easy to please when it came to snack time. apple slices with peanut butter, apple sauce, yogurt, graham crackers. they loved it all.
now, as the rush through the door, I typically here a chorus of there’s nothing good to eat in the house, as they scour the fridge and pantry. of course both are FULL. they have no interest in apples. apple sauce and graham crackers are baby food they say. they want chips and cookies. even worse, frozen burritos that their father LOVES to bring home.
i love graham crackers. my mom always had graham crackers at home, and I have been making my own since Charlie was a baby. i think they make a great snack. my favorite way to eat them was with peanut butter or cream cheese and jelly. my kids seem to have forgotten that they loved them too, and not all that long ago.
the kids may not be interested in snacking on honey grahams anymore, but they didn’t hesitate to devour these delicious and nutritious honey graham waffles for breakfast the other day made with C&H® Honey Granules.
The sweetness of C&H® Honey Granules is equal to 1 ½ x that of honey (1 ½ tsp. of Honey Granules = Sweetness of 1 tsp. Honey) I used the honey granules not only in the waffle batter, but also added a sprinkle on top of the whipped butter.
Sprinkle a Taste of Honey!
- 1 cup of Whole Wheat Graham Flour
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- 2 Tbsp C&H Honey Granules
- 1 egg
- 1 cup milk
- 2 Tbsp butter, melted
- preheat your waffle maker, and spray with cooking spray if needed
- combine flour. baking powder, salt, cinnamon, and honey granules
- whisk together the egg, milk, and butter
- pour wet ingredients over the dry, and stir just until combined
- pour batter onto hated iron, and cook until golden (2 - 3 minutes)
- waffles may be kept warm in a 200 degree oven until serving
- top with whipped butter and a sprinkle of honey granules ( whipped butter is simply butter than had been softened at room temperature, and then whipped in a stand mixer until light and fluffy)
C&H® Honey Granules is sold where I live, but if they don’t sell it in your area, look for Domino® Honey Granules, the sister brand of C&H®.
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