Here is a homemade waffle recipe that is super easy to make, and needless to say much healthier than ready-made bought ones.
If you have the time, make a large batch and freeze the waffles for more stressful days. You can actually reheat them directly from the freezer in the toaster!
In Sweden (where I come from) waffles are so popular that there is a special day dedicated to waffles, March 25th (Vaffeldagen).
These waffles are served overindulgent, crispy fresh, made with real butter and served with real whipped cream and strawberry compote...
But for slightly healthier breakfast serving suggestions, see below!
When serving waffles to kids, it is a great idea to have a selection of sliced fruit, berries, yogurt, syrup, honey or whatever you like best on the table, and let everyone “create” their own waffle topping. This is a lot of fun and makes it easier for you to serve as well! :)
Vegetarian stuffed peppers are an easy meal to make. Satisfying and filling for a healthy vegetarian dinner.
If you or your kids love spaghetti and meatballs, there is no reason not to continue to enjoy it as a vegetarian. Here is an easy vegetarian spaghetti recipe entirely without meat!
This 3 layer vegetarian lasagna is both delicious and a quick supper too! Follow the steps below, and you’ll be done in no time.
Learn how to make hummus from scratch! Hummus is a delicious and healthy dip recipe from the Middle East that today can be found all over the world. It is a simple, but delicious and healthy dip.
This Falafel recipe is based on the authentic way to make Middle Eastern Falafel. Falafel is made with dried chickpeas, or garbanzo beans, that have been soaked overnight.