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Autumn calls for fall-themed waffles, a peach owl, and fallen apples.
We absolutely love autumn and all the good food the harvest brings. Inspired by the aromas and colors of the season, we created fall-themed waffles.
The autumn waffles breakfast is perfect for enjoying with the kids and with the grownups too. Because who doesn’t enjoy crispy waffles topped with peach owls and fallen apples?
Follow our tips on putting together the Fall Themed Waffles, making a peach owl, and a fallen apple harvest!
Before putting together the autumn waffles, prep all the fruit by slicing and creating the design on a plate or a chopping block for easy assembly. This also helps guide the placing of the fruit to form the autumn waffle design.
The prepping tools you will need for the fall-themed waffles are a chopping block, cookie cutters, one for leaves, one for flower shapes, one small round, and a paring knife with a flexible blade.
The base for the fall-themed design is crispy freezer waffles. You can choose the one that best fits your family’s palate. We chose an apple cinnamon flavor. Toast the waffles before using.
For the fall-themed waffle with the peach owl, we are using fresh peaches to create the body and the feathers. Two rounds of banana and two blueberries for the eyes. And a red grape to form the owl’s beak and the top feather in the head.
The fall-themed waffle with the fallen apple has one petite apple, one cherry, red and green apples, and blueberries.
The garnishes for the fall-themed waffles include green grapes cut into fall leaves designs and rounds, red grapes in the vine, cutouts of apples and syrups.
The cute peach owl is dressed with real maple syrup. And the apple harvest is drizzled with homemade apple syrup.
The kid-friendly Autumn Waffles are fun and nutritious.
Many times it isn’t easy to introduce the kids to a variety of seasonal fruits and foods. I have found that making it fun for them helps. So making the fall-themed waffles is a good excuse to have them help in the kitchen too.
Using familiar ingredients as the freezer waffles and cookie cutters to play with the food makes the autumn waffles breakfast a good option to incorporate more fruits in the daily intake.
The syrups are optional, and you can pair the fall-themed waffles with a glass of milk for a balanced breakfast option.
Eat breakfast and make the fall-themed waffles!
Breakfast time is the most important meal of the day. It is the fuel that keeps us energized before lunchtime. So why not include the fall-themed waffles to the autumn menu?
Eating a good breakfast with protein, fruits, and fiber is a smart decision. The autumn waffles we are suggesting today include all of those elements. Besides are fun and kids love them.
If you do not know what to prepare for breakfast this fall, you can find several breakfast options such as the fall-themed waffles here. Just click on the breakfast tab or search for the word “breakfast.”
These are a few of the easy breakfast recipes, and many include waffles!
Happy Waffles with fresh fruits and honey.
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Layered breakfast smoothie inspired by the PB&J classic sandwich.
Cuban inspired breakfast at home. It’s so good!
Bell Pepper Egg Breakfast inspired by the Mexican classic huevos rancheros but with a twist.
Avocado Egg Breakfast with Salsa Verde a top favorite on this site.
Ranchero eggs and Mexican yogurt couldn’t be missed on this list of must-try breakfast at home.
Fall Themed Waffles for Breakfast
- Chopping block
- Toaster oven
- Paring knife with a flexible blade
- Cookie cutters
- 2 waffles use your choice of freezer waffles or homemade
- 1 peach
- 1 apple
- 1/4 banana
- 1/2 cup grapes red and green
- 1 cherry
- 8 blueberries
- Prep the fruits by washing and slicing. Use a chopping block and a paring knife with a flexible blade.
For the Peachy Owl Waffle
- The peach owl has four cuts. First, cut in half and choose the best half you want to use. Then make another two cuts on the sides. This is what forms the belly of the owl. Using the other peach half, slice four of these pieces to form the feathers of the head.
- Cut two rounds of banana to form the base of the eyes. And cut a triangle to form the beak of the owl and the top feather simulating a diamond. Use the cookie cutter to cut a green grape with the shape of a leaf. Use grapes in the vine to finish the design.
- Drizzle the waffle design with real maple syrup.
For the Fallen Apple Waffle
- The fallen apple waffle uses a tiny apple with a transversal cut on the bottom, simulating a whole apple inside the waffle.
- Cut a small round insition to the apple and place small round red grapes to form a worm.
- The body of the worm also has small slices of green grape and slices of blueberry to create the eyes.
- Poke the cherry with the round cutter and place a small blueberry inside, simulating another bug is coming out of it.
- Cut shapes of flowers and leaves using the cookie cutters and the portion left of the apple. Use the cutouts to finish the decoration.
- Drizzled the waffle design with homemade apple syrup.
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These were so enjoyable and delicious! The waffles are so relevant to the current fall season, thanks for the post! 🙂
Your fall themed waffles are too cute. You have made making breakfast on the weekend fun for the whole family. Love all the beautiful fruit and we will take two orders!😋👍😍😁
Our six-year-old-grandson got such a big kick out of these waffles. I made them as a surprise breakfast yesterday and the expression on his face was priceless. He asked me to make them again for him next week. Now what Nonna could refuse?? Of course I’ll make them again and again!! Thanks for the inspiration.
Nothing like a pretty weekend brekky. That owl is so cute!
So fun, darling and absolutely whimsical! What a delightful post and great ideas for fun meals.