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Breakfast Waffle Taco Bar
You know what I love? When my toddlers actually eat what I put in front of them, lol!
I’m sure we all know the challenge well. Mealtimes are just a STRUGGLE! My girl, Kendall, is pretty good with her food. She’ll eat anything, assuming it’s coming from my plate. But then there is her twin brother, Caeden. He is the typical picky toddler. He loves any fruit, but aside from that he rarely eats anything other than mac and cheese, bread, cheese sticks, and bars.
Truly, when he takes a bite of his pasta, chicken or sandwich, we praise him like no other!
Because of the two toddlers in my house, I always try to make sure that meals are “family-friendly” and hope for the best.
This breakfast waffle taco bar was perfect.
Not only was it a yummy and fun breakfast idea for the family, but my toddlers loved putting together their own little “waffle taco”.
I filled our breakfast waffle taco bar with lightly toasted frozen waffles, assorted mixed berries like blueberries, raspberries and strawberries, and added cheese cheese, Nutella, and peanut butter as spreads.
There are so many possibilities for this family-friendly breakfast idea.
Aside from my fruit and spread idea, you could go chocolate and make it a taco dessert bar with chocolate chips, syrup, ice cream, and more. Or you could go breakfast sandwich bar, and add scrambled eggs, cheese, chopped bacon, and ham along with sauces for toppings.
I think this “waffle bar” idea is something that we’ll begin implementing in many different ways after the fun success of our breakfast waffle taco bar.
But before you get carried away with these other ideas, let me share with you how I put together our DIY breakfast waffle taco bar.
What you’ll need:
- Frozen waffles
- Diced strawberries
- Blueberries (sliced depending on age)
- Whipped cream cheese
- Peanut Butter
Now putting this together is the best part, because it takes minimal effort.
Lightly toast the waffles. As a little hack, throw them in the oven and toast more at once.
Wash and dice up your berries.
Using little serving cups, lay out the various toppings and spreads
For serving, place all serving cups and lightly toasted waffles on the table and encourage your toddlers to build their own taco with their favorite fruits and spreads!
It’s that simple. No real baking and minimal effort puts this meal idea together and your toddlers will love it!
Or at least I hope they do!