For our last breakfast night, we decided to do a waffle bar with the delicious Belgian Waffle Mix from Krusteaz. A few years ago we bought a waffle maker and don’t use it all that often. However, we broke it out for this easy to use mix from Krusteaz and had a blast.
This mix is easy to use requiring only a few simple ingredients. You can even mix in fresh fruit if you’d like. We like our waffles simple so we used the basic ingredients. Then, we just made easy classic fried chicken tenders to make delicious chicken and waffles.
Then, we pre-heated the waffle iron and made some delicious waffles! To make the waffle bar, we just added various toppings — syrup, fresh fruit and butter. For mine, I just prefer syrup and butter. My husband loves strawberries, blueberries, butter and syrup. With the simplicity of this mix, we can make all sorts of combinations. I bet cinnamon sugar would be good on them too!
We’ve always trusted Krusteaz to bring us good, easy mixes for any occasion. In fact, it is the only brand that we purchase for pancakes now! Their products are delicious and easy to use. For a busy family like our, we need a treat that isn’t going to take me all day to make or require any special ingredients.
Give Mom the night off and make it a family fun night with breakfast for dinner! What are your favorite waffle toppings??
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Krusteaz offers a national favorite line of simple to use baking mixes. IT all started in 1932 when the “women of a Seattle bridge club had a simple idea for an easy-to-make pie crust. They called it “Crust Ease” (a clever combination of “crust” and “ease”), and little did they know it would lead to a wide variety of home-baked goods enjoyed by everyone around the country.” Then in the 1940s their “just add water” Pancake Mix hit shelves and it was mind blowing. Krusteaz hit the roads in the 1960s with “The Krusteaz Kurtesy Kitchen, a fully equipped “traveling diner,” served up free pancake breakfasts throughout the Northwest. The ice cream man could not compete.” Their product line and fan base expanded and “by the 90s we had spread beyond the Northwest so people everywhere could enjoy our biscuits, muffins, brownies, breads, desserts and more. From Army-base breakfasts to crews working on the Alaska pipeline, folks were now enjoying our hearty baked goods across the U.S.” See more about the Krusteaz History HERE.