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Strawberry Waffle Breakfast

This strawberry waffle recipe is a great way to jazz-up frozen waffles. It's super easy to make and very fast as well.

The perfect breakfast meal during the week when you're too busy to stand in the kitchen cooking, but still want a filling breakfast that includes your favorite fruits.

The picture and the recipe (before making my adaptations) were kindly provided by Wholefoods market.

They have been a great source of inspiration for me and were kind enough to allow me to use their recipes and pictures for my website.

If you have ever tried making photos of food you will know just how difficult it is to make them look good.

But now, on to the recipe:

Strawberry Waffle Recipe

Makes one portion. To have more, just multiply the ingredients and repeat the directions.


2 frozen waffles (I like the Kellogg's Eggo Homestyle Waffles)

1 tablespoon whipped cream cheese or yoghurt

1 tablespoon strawberry jam

3 strawberries, sliced

4 blackberries

4 raspberries


You can either make your own waffles or use frozen ones and toast them. Frozen ones are of course much quicker, but the self-made waffles will taste a lot better :-)

Spread the first waffle with cream cheese or yoghurt and lay down.Top with sliced strawberries, raspberries and blackberries.

Spread the second waffle with jam and then put it on top of the other one to make a sandwich.

Easy as pie and takes less than 3 minutes including toasting the waffles.

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If you have special nutritional needs such as gluten free or you're allergic to some ingredients, this recipe is versatile enough to let you adapt it to your wishes.

Instead of using frozen waffles, make them yourself and use your favorite batter that doesn't contain any of the ingredients you're not supposed to eat.

You could also replace the waffles with crepes or pancakes and it will make a totally different, yet immensely delicious meal.