Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Birthday Waffles!


One of our family's birthday traditions is by starting off the day by serving Birthday Waffles and singing Happy Birthday!  You'll want to add these fluffy and sweet Birthday Waffles to your next birthday celebration too.

Celebrate your family's next birthday by starting the tradition of having birthday waffles!

We're less than a week away from a very important birthday for our family.  Any guesses?  Christmas is next week and we start our Christmas Day morning off by singing Happy Birthday to Jesus and having a big breakfast, including Breakfast Waffles.  This is a fun birthday tradition that we include in our Christmas traditions to celebrate Jesus's birthday.

These birthday waffles are easy to make and fun for the entire family.  I use some vanilla instant pudding in the waffle mix which helps the waffles stay moist and fluffy, and then I enhance the flavors of the waffles with Nielsen-Massey's Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla.  I love using this vanilla as an all-purpose vanilla.  It is sweet, yet mellow.  And the teaspoon of vanilla in these waffles I think gives them that little added something.  Then to top this waffle mix off, I add in some sprinkles which makes them extra special for a birthday celebration.

Celebrate your family's next birthday by starting the tradition of having birthday waffles!

Birthday Waffles

1 1/2 cups Flour
1 - 3.4 oz box Instant Vanilla Pudding
2 Tbsp Sugar
1 Tbsp Baking Powder
1/2 tsp Salt
2 cups Milk
6 Tbsp Vegetable Oil
2 Eggs
3 Tbsp Sprinkles

Combine dry ingredients together in large mixing bowl.  Mix in wet ingredients til well blended and smooth.  Stir in sprinkles.

Preheat your waffle iron at medium heat.  Pour 1/2 cup batter onto the center of the lower grid when waffle maker is ready.  Yields 8 waffles.

Celebrate your family's next birthday by starting the tradition of having birthday waffles!

What are some of your birthday traditions?  Do you do anything special to celebrate Jesus's birthday?  Remember to Comment for a Cause and sign up for my giveaway of a trio of Nielsen-Massey's Extracts (Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla, Pure Almond (which I love using in my sugar cookie frosting) and Pure Peppermint (which I use in my Peppermint Sandies).

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Celebrate your family's next birthday by starting the tradition of having birthday waffles!

15 comments:

  1. We make sugar cookie cut-outs every year, and each kid decorates their own cookie to leave out for Santa.

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  2. We go to church on Christmas Day, its a tradition.

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    1. Nice. We go to church on Christmas Eve :)

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  3. I love that you use pudding mix in your waffles. I agree that a bit of vanilla in the batter makes them so good. And I love that you make Jesus birthday waffles too!

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  4. We have cinnamon rolls for breakfast of Christmas morning and homemade pizza for dinner...Weird tradition, I know!

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  5. pinned! we always have pizza on Christmas eve!

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  6. Playing tombola and baking cookies!

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  7. We make cookies and pop the christmas crackers

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  8. It never occurred to me to use vanilla pudding mix in waffles - YUM!! Love this idea! One of our Christmas Day traditions involves a special blueberry coffee cake recipe that is ONLY made once a year, for Christmas morning. :)

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