A Front End Loaded Waffle

by zesty on July 2, 2010 · 1 comment

Welcome to the day after Canada Day!! We survived and had a great time.  We went down to Charlottetown Summerfest at the waterfront, we had a family barbecue ( which I forgot to take my camera ) but the food was amazing and we stayed up for the fireworks.

I will give you a little recap on the fireworks and include a short video compliments of Jeff Docherty at Jeffdoc.com after I share with you my off the cuff front end loaded waffles that I made this morning.  Because I have the way off today, breakfast can be a little more elaborate.  Not to say this is over the moon but I must say it was pretty tasty and filling. 

For breakfast, are you all about taste or more about wondering if you can make it to lunch before dying of starvation? I think I am a little bit of both.

Ingredients

  • 3 Waffles
  • Raspberries
  • Banana ( sliced )
  • Ground Flax seed
  • Maple Syrup
  • Molasses
  • Raspberry Yogurt
  • Grapes

Method

  1. Cook your waffles according to your liking.  I just used frozen waffles but feel free to make your own in your waffle maker with a simple pancake batter.
  2. Top with remaining ingredients
  3. ENJOY!

Zesty Tip: I may hold off on the yogurt as it was a bit too heavy and it started to make them soggy.  I may opt for a dollop of whip cream or omit altogether.

2010 Charlottetown Fireworks

Again, before we begin, I cannot take any credit for this next piece as Jeff Docherty at Jeffdoc.com uploaded the video and the quality is excellent.  Thanks Jeff.

I hope you have a great friday and a wonderful weekend.  We are contemplating a trip to the zoo, a zesty junior haircut, and possibly some lawn tractor shopping.  I know can you believe it… our grass has started!!

Take care

zesty

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1 brandi

Definitely both for breakfast. I want it to be filling, but it also has to be fun + flavorful :)

Sounds like a fun weekend!

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