Pumpkin Waffles, because I told you so!
I mean, just look at the way that syrup is drizzled on those Pumpkin Waffles. It should be illegal.
This weekend was so glorious! I did so many things, so many!
Which was a real breath of fresh autumn air. Last weekend, I threw a surprise birthday party for Baylen’s 30th. And it was picturesque. It was Oktoberfest themed and rightfully so, because my man loves beer. We served specialty brats, different types of mustard, pretzels, beer cheese, and the most massive pretzel and stout ganache cake. The only thing missing was lederhosen. If you’re wondering, yes I played beer pong…. and yes I am a bit rusty from my good ole college days. By the end of the weekend, you could say it was definitely an indulgent weekend. Which is needed from time to time.
But boy oh boy, do I need to be on the productivity train.
From now to the holidays, you will find me wedding planning, recipe developing, cooking, and on a mountain somewhere-hiking it! And that is exactly what I got to do this past weekend and…. It was amazing. I got so much done, and really to me, there is nothing better than getting sh*t done. Now not many things are better than crossing stuff off lists. But these pumpkin waffles might just be. And good news; they are healthy. I actually made them with Oat Flour, but you wouldn’t be able to tell by biting into them. These pumpkin waffles are a fluffy gift from the spice gods, not to be confused with the spice girls.
And honestly, these pumpkins waffles are soooo easy to make.
I literally whipped them up and had them steaming on my plate in under 15 minutes. So really, you have no reason to fire up that waffle iron on a Wednesday. I’m serious, I dare you to try to have a bad day after you start your morning with these pumpkin waffles. They are perfectly spiced and sure to impress any pumpkin lover.
Anyways hop to it and let me know what you think!!
Pumpkin WafflesPrint Recipe
- 1 cup of Quick Oats
- 2 tbsp Coconut Oil
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 cup of Pumpkin Puree
- 2 Eggs
- 1 tsp Vanilla
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- 2 tbsp Agave Nectar
- 1/3 cup Almond Milk
- 1 1/2 tsp Pumpkin Spice Seasoning
- 1/4 cup, Any fall spiced granola (I used cinnamon apple)
- Optional Toppings: Maple Syrup, Butter, any Nut butters
Heat your waffle iron up
Grind up your oats to a flour consistency using a food processor or blender
Add all dry ingredients and whisk together to a mixing bowl
Add remaining ingredients and mix using whisk
Scoop appropriate amount of batter to your waffle maker
Allow to cook until done
Remove from iron
Top with extra granola, butter, syrup or whatever toppings your heart desires!