My kids love Eggs in a Basket. They actually call them dippy eggs. Normally I make them with toast, but I like to mix it up and use frozen waffles now and then.
This time around I used Gluten Free Cinnamon Eggo Frozen Waffles. Now I have to say the new Gluten Free Eggo Waffles are really tasty especially with the hint of Cinnamon. Almost tastes like you are eating french toast!
Anyhow, Gluten Free Eggs in a Basket Waffle style are a huge hit in my house and there is never a person that has left the table hungry!
This morning we opened a bag of Namaste Foods, Gluten Free Waffle & Pancake Mix and boy were the waffles (yes waffles, again) really tasty!!
We used almond milk instead or regular milk and didn’t use any added sweeteners in the mix when making breakfast. The waffles came out crispy and beautiful on the Belgium waffle maker and everyone one devoured them up – the kids, grandparents and I were in waffle heaven!
The waffles themselves had a mild flavor — but with a little melted butter and some Agave Syrup — were perfect! Next time I may add a tsp of sugar to the mix to see how they taste in comparison with the added sweetener.
This product contains no wheat, gluten, soy, corn, potato, dairy, casein, peanuts or tree nuts. Non-GMO, all natural, no preservatives. So, if you are looking for a great Gluten Free Waffle/Pancake mix, grab for Namaste Foods LLC, Gluten Free Products For People With Food Allergies at your local grocer or at: http://goo.gl/XpoG4h !!
Originally posted on STLNV Facebook July 21, 2014. Namaste Foods provided the mix to be reviewed
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The kids love waffles (Obviously) but I always want them to have some protein with their waffles as well. So I put the two together. I used frozen gluten free waffles for this recipe of course. Add some bacon as a side and you have a really tasty breakfast.
Waffles with Dippy Eggs
- 6 gluten free Frozen Waffles (I used Krusteaz brand)
- 6 eggs
Toast waffles in a toaster. Then cut a hole in the middle with a biscuit cutter.
Heat a large frying pan; melt butter. Once the pan is nice and hot place the waffles on the pan and crack eggs into the waffle’s middles.
Cook eggs to your desired liking.