Recipes kids can make: St Patricks Day Waffles

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The best thing about being a mom is finding things to do with your kids that create memories. We find recipes kids can make with a little bit of parental support. I find the easier the recipe the better. I also try to teach math and reading while making recipes in the kitchen. It is important to me that my kids eat healthy. It is also important that they learn to listen, work together, and try something new. When you chose to find recipes that kids can make you teach them more than a recipe and sometimes you can even get them to try something new.

Recipes kids can make:

Waffles are easy to make. I was in a hurry so I grabbed my waffle maker and then we sprayed it with olive oil. We allowed it to heat up. When it was heating up we made waffle mix.

You will need

1 cup of flour

1 1/2 tsp of  baking powder

1/4 tsp of salt

1 Egg

1 cup of milk

and some melted butter, I use 2 1/2  tablespoons 

I mix the dry ingredients first then I add in the egg, milk, and butter. I mix them until blended. DO not over mix. I leave my mixture sitting for about two minutes then I pour it in the waffle maker.

****If you want to make the recipe festive for St. Patrick’s Day simple add in some food coloring prior to cooking.

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  1. says

    I love reading about activities like this to do with children, my daughter is only a year old but I can’t wait till she’s old enough to do these kinds of things. My list of fun things I want to do with her is getting pretty long!

  2. Gina Brickell says

    Love to try to include my son when cooking/baking as he loves to help.. This is a receipe he would really enjoy making!

  3. Juliette Mariano-Carlson says

    I love cooking with my kids and they love it too. Waffles are a yummy and easy to make breakfast treat with the kiddies.

  4. Jessica R. says

    Thanks for posting this, my family and I love waffles! It’ll be a great surprise for St. Patricks Day!

  5. Rachel Runyan says

    Thank you for the idea for St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast for my son that he loves to eat and can help make. He will really enjoy this!

  6. Jamie Zumhingst says

    Think we make these 🙂 we made some last year that were rainbows and used whipped cream as the clouds….kids loved it!

  7. Melissa S says

    Good idea, I always forget about waffles, my son would enjoy making green waffles, time to pull out he waffle iron.

  8. Katie Roch says

    I love how few ingredients are required for this recipe and how easy they are to make. I never considered changing the color of the waffle batter, but it would be a fun idea for every holiday. At Christmas, I think red & green waffles would be a hit.

  9. Kelly D says

    I did this with pancakes the other week for Dr. Seuss (with eggs too) .. waffles look like fun too, we will have to try it!

  10. Cindi Decker says

    My granddaughters and would have such fun making these on St. Patricks day. We are definately going to try it out.

  11. Rise Isom says

    Thanks for the waffle recipe, I will not be buying the mix anymore. Why should I , I have all the ingredients in my cabinent!

  12. Barbara R. says

    I love waffles. The Waffles are easy to make and will be festive for St. Patrick’s Day. Thank you for the great idea.

  13. says

    I liked the dipped look of these waffles! I might have to try this out for breakfast on St. Pat’s, even though it’s not usually something I celebrate. it’s just too fun! Maybe I’ll toss some colorful marshmallows in too, just for good measure 😉

  14. Candice Hull says

    Very cool! Any time you ask my oldest son what he wants to eat, he says waffles. He would love to help with this.

  15. Jane Ritz says

    I love this idea. My son-in-law claims to be Irish. This would be a fun activity to do with their children. Thanks so much for the great idea!

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