When the leaves start turning brown and getting crispy, it means that autumn is here and that is apple and cinnamon season. This perfect flavour combination lends itself so well to waffles and these Apple and Cinnamon Waffles taste far more indulgent than they actually are.
So we have had the delicious combination of apple and cinnamon in this Oaty Apple Crumble and these Apple Pie Oats, but now we have put it on waffles to make a weekend breakfast that everyone is going to love. With sweet cinnamon apples mixed in to the waffle batter and then sprinkled on top, this is a seasonal breakfast not to be missed.
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We might have just found our favourite breakfast ever. This! I mean, I love eggs and avocado for breakfast, but there is just something about waffles. They are hearty and filling and they just feel like a weekend breakfast. Something a little bit different from what you have every day before you go to work.
The topping choices are almost endless too! You could go savoury if you want, perhaps egg and avocado on waffles might be the way forward, but we usually go with sweet as Sunday is dessert for breakfast day for us. My family is from Belgium and waffles are a big deal for us. But, I think I would put a bit of a British twist on it and top them with apple and cinnamon as a way to celebrate British apple season.
Oh, Oh, Oh, how could I forget. These freeze really well too! So, if you have a bit of extra time one Sunday morning, make about 10 times as many of these (yes, seriously), and freeze them. Just get a couple out before you go to bed and you can wake up to waffles that you can just throw in the microwave or in the toaster to heat them up. Healthy waffles in an instant? Yes please!
The apple and cinnamon recipes do not stop here. We bought a huge batch of apples the other day and our kitchen has become apple central! I think that might be it for the apple related breakfast recipes for now though (although, I can’t promise anything). How do you feel about some more apple desserts? I think they could be on the cards.
Ingredients needed to make these Apple and Cinnamon Waffles (serves 2)
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Apple and Cinnamon Waffles
- 2 Apples, peeled and diced
- 1 tbsp Butter
- 1 tsp Cinnamon
- 70 g Rolled oats
- 0.5 tsp Baking powder
- 1 Banana
- 1 Egg
- 6 tbsp Skimmed milk
- 1 tsp Vanilla extract
- Melt the butter in a pan and then add the diced apples and gently cook for 3-4 minutes until softened. Add the cinnamon and cook for 2 minutes more.
- Put the oats in a blender and blend until it makes a powder. Put in a large bowl.
- Put the rest of the ingredients into the blender and blend until smooth.
- Add the wet liquid to the oat flour and mix well.
- Add half the cooked apples and mix again.
- Spoon the mixture to your heated waffle maker (it should make 4 waffles depending on the size of your waffle maker), close the lid and cook according to the instructions of your waffle maker. These take around 5 minutes in our waffle maker.
- Serve with yoghurt (for those that can have it) and the rest of the apples on top.
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