My love of breakfast foods must have started as a child. I remember going out with my family to get breakfast and ordering big Belgian waffles towering with whipped cream and strawberries. I still gravitate towards sweet breakfast foods now as an adult. I created Organic Belgian Waffles with Raspberries as an homage to the diner breakfast of my childhood, but this version is all grown up. Gone is the excess of whipped cream, and in its place are fresh organic raspberries on top of an organic waffle that is crispy yet fluffy at the same time.
Breakfasts like this are so easy to whip up because they use things that are usually a staple in my pantry and fridge. I’ve always got organic flour, butter, eggs, milk, and vanilla. These are usually pretty low in cost too. I picked up some organic raspberries at the store because they were on sale. This makes 10-12 Belgian waffles, which is plenty to serve 4 people and maybe even freeze some for later. It all totaled up to $4.86, which is $1.22 per serving. Here is how it all adds up:
- $0.53 Bob’s Red Mill Organic All Purpose Flour from Sprouts.
- $0.06 Bob’s Red Mill Organic Baking Powder from Jimbo’s.
- $0.86 Horizon Organic Milk from Sprouts.
- $1.20 Trader Joe’s Organic Unsalted Butter.
- $0.67 Organic Eggs purchased at Vons.
- $0.05 Organic Vanilla Extract bought at Jimbo’s.
- $1.49 Organic Raspberries on sale at Sprouts.
Print out and save this recipe because these will be your go to waffles. They are delicious![amd-zlrecipe-recipe:74]