These 4th of July Waffles were a hit! These were originally shared as a part of our Summer Survival for Moms of Boys series. I love making fun holiday-inspired breakfasts and this was worth a re-share. They are SO good!
4th of July Waffles
These 4th of July Waffles are so easy to make and would go perfectly with our Fruit Rockets (which your kids will love!) I’ve said this before but my boys tend to eat more fruit if it is presented to them in a fun way, and this is pretty fun!
How to make 4th of July Waffles:
If you are like me, you don’t have a lot of time for making fancy breakfasts. A lot of people have asked me how I have the time to do this but in reality, everything you see on my page is pretty simple to do.
To make 4th of July Waffles, mix up your favorite waffle batter recipe. (I’ll be sharing my recipe soon because it is the greatest!)
Once you have mixed up your batter, pour it into a hot Belgium Waffle maker and close the lid. I like to spray mine with a bit of oil beforehand so the waffles don’t stick and come out a bit more crispy and not soggy. No one likes soggy waffles right?
While the waffles are cooking, wash and cut up some fresh strawberries and wash up some blueberries. Add the strawberries in rows to look like the stripes on the flag. Then in one section of the waffle, add the blueberries.
I used a can of RediWhip to add the white stripes and the “stars” to the flag. And there you have it! The perfect 4th of July waffles. And what did I tell you? They are pretty easy, right?
If you love these 4th of July Waffles, make sure to check out the rest of our 4th of July Crafts and Fun Food Ideas.
And remember to check out the Summer Survival for Moms of Boys series where many of my favorite bloggers are sharing tips, activities, fun food ideas, crafts, etc to make this summer one to remember.
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