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101 Things To Do With Van's Waffles

Posted Apr 11 2009 12:58am

Well, how about 15? But they are a pretty versatile product for kid-oriented food.

I was inspired by Glutenfreeda.com’s September “Back to School” issue, which included the article, “ Fun with Waffles.” If you don’t know Glutenfreeda, they are worth checking out. You can sign up for free and if you want they will email you their “recipe of the week” newsletter. This month they also have some nifty lunch-box menus and a recipe for GF “Play Doh.” Their recipes are not necessarily casein-free, but are easy to adapt and they have a nice search engine that has a “kid” section.

So here are some of Glutenfreeda’s waffle ideas, but check them out yourself for more. Remember, Van’s has the regular size, and also the mini-size:

Egg McWaffle

Grilled “Cheese” Waffles
*note: theirs is not cf, but you can use your butter and "cheese" substitute of choice.

Waffle French Toast

Here are my additional ideas, just toast and add the fixin’s. No recipe needed!:

PB and J Waffles

Gluten-Free Goddess Best Breadcrumbs
(use crumbled Van’s in your favorite recipes, it works, tastes great!)

Ham and “cheese” Mini-Waffles

Rice Dream Ice Cream Mini-Waffle Delight
(make an ice cream sandwich, freeze, and enjoy! Maybe add some faux chocolate chips or GFCF sprinkles, yum!)

Nut and Honey-topped Waffles (maybe add some golden raisins)

Fruit-topped Waffles (your choice, fresh fruit)

Choco-Coconut Waffles (top with melted faux chocolate chips and coconut flakes)

Strawberry-Waffle Shortcake (combine strawberries and Soy-a-too Whipped Topping for filler)

Mexi-Waffles (refried beans and melted “cheese” substitute)

Waffle-buffet (put out a few toppings and let them make their own)

That’s all I can think of right now, but you get the idea. No I don’t work for Van’s but if they want to send me a case of wonderful waffles, I’d be grateful!
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