After School Snacks And Sweets With Eggo Waffles

I know I’m not the only one who grew up eating Eggo Waffles before school many mornings.   There is still something so very comforting about a warm waffle, with the perfect combo of soft and crunchy, with melted butter and a little syrup – I absolutely love it.   When Eggo asked me if I would like to put together some recipes using their waffles, I thought it sounded like a lot of fun, there are so many things you can do with waffles.

For the next eight weeks, bloggers around the web, serving as Chief Waffle Officers (CWO’s) will be sharing fun recipes created using Eggo Waffles.   I’m excited to join in this group and share some fun ways to enjoy your Eggo Waffles.   You can get in on the fun as well by entering The Great Eggo Waffle Off.  Enter your recipe and you could win $5,000!

Because I’m a bit tied up this week with the photo shoot for my cookbook, the awesome folks at Eggo are letting me do something a bit different and allowing me to share with you some of my favorite Eggo Waffle recipe finds.    So let’s check out some of the great ways that you and the kids could enjoy Eggo Waffles after school…

Grilled Peanut Butter And Honey Banana Waffle Sandwiches

S’more Waffles from A Thrifty Mom

Apple Cinnamon Waffle Parfaits from Semi Homemade Mom

Reese’s Chocolate-Dipped Waffle Ice Cream Sandwiches from Mom On Timeout

Churro Eggo Dippers From The Hungry Housewife

Boston Cream Pie Eggo Waffles from Real Mom Kitchen

Strawberry Shortcake Napoleons From Feels Like Home

Banana Peanut Butter Pizza From Stockpiling Moms

Ice Cream Sundae Waffles From Sunshine And Sippy Cups

Simple Whole Grain Mini Pizzas From B-Inspired Mama

Bananas Foster Waffles From Mostly Homemade Mom

Strawberry Waffle Ice Cream Sandwiches From B-Inspired Mama

So many fun ways to enjoy your Eggos!  Make sure to check out Eggo’s Facebook page for more great recipe ideas and don’t forget to enter The Great Eggo Waffle Off for your chance to win $5,000!

Disclosure: Kellogg’s sponsored this post and I am compensated for being a Chief Waffle Officer.   That said, all opinions are, as always, mine and mine alone.  

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