This recipe popped up on my meal plan for the Cooking Light Diet. I used the whole grain, low fat Eggos which had fewer calories than the Kashi waffles. Fresh strawberries are not in season (November) and were too pricy so I used frozen instead. This was a very delicious recipe...quick and easy, minimal clean-up involved. I'll make these again when fresh strawberries are in season. This would also be delicious with pretty much any type of berry, bananas, diced, apples, etc. Here is a link to a pic I took: https://www.instagram.com/p/BMwsEU0B4kz/?taken-by=coffeequeenkeepsbusy
good for a grab and go kind of morning. I can see using peaches or a berry mix. And to the snarky person going by Bayjo80 1. sometimes people are running late in the morning--at least the Kashi waffle has better nutrition than plain eggos. 2. are you paying to access the site? that is why they have ads!
Good grief! Make your own waffles. Unless you do not have a waffle iron, there is no excuse and no comparison. I hate that you interrupt my reading or writing with a twenty second video of no value to me. Do you think my time is worth nothing? Also, on another recipe, I tried to post a review (orange cream pie which was not even a recipe) and I was told I had already reviewed it. The only thing, it was not my review. This site needs some serious repair.
i love this! great, fast, tasty breakfast!
These were fantastic! Love that you can do most of the work the night before. Due to availability, I used a different brand waffle and I diced, rather than sliced, my strawberries. Other than those two things, I followed the recipe. I think these would be equally yummy with blueberries and my child wants to try using chopped apple with a bit more cinnamon. Definitely making again.