Being that this is the beginning of food allergy week on Family Kitchen, I thought I would start with a great breakfast recipe. We all need some fresh and exciting breakfast ideas and a way to get more fruit into our bodies.
I cannot imagine that anyone would not eat this up……
If you do not need to avoid dairy, this is also quite good with cream cheese spread onto the waffles but skip the agave nectar.
If you do not have agave nectar, feel free to use honey.
2 Van’s wheat and gluten free frozen waffles, cooked per instruction on the box
2 organic strawberries, sliced
1/2 organic apple, sliced (we used golden delicious)
Dusting of cinnamon
A drizzle of agave nectar
While the waffles are toasting, slice the strawberries and apples. Place the fruit on one waffle, dust with cinnamon, drizzle with agave nectar and top with the remaining waffle.