Toddler-Friendly Spinach Waffles

Our friends over at @easyhealthykids + @bebeandbear put together this delicious and nutritiousĀ spinachĀ waffle recipe for your little hunny. šŸÆ

By @easyhealthykids + @bebeandbear

When my daughter was little, I used to make her a version of these green waffles in pancake form minus the green. She drizzled a bit of maple syrup on top and gobbled them up! Sheā€™s older now but the recipe is still so much fun to make that I decided to revisit it and give it a twist. I made it into waffle form for a post withĀ @easyhealthykids x @bumkinsbaby.

Such a simple, minimal ingredient and healthy recipe for kids! For my grownup version waffles I do add a little sugar and salt, but thatā€™s for another time! šŸ˜

To make this veggie waffle recipe, you will need:

šŸ’›1 cup of whole wheat or spelt flour
šŸ’›1 cup of unsweetened almond or oat milk
šŸ’›1/2 cup of spinach
šŸ’›2 tsp of baking powder
šŸ’›2 tbsp of coconut oil
šŸ’›1/2 tsp of vanilla extract
šŸ’› 1 egg


  • In a medium mixing bowl, combine all the dry ingredients together.
  • In a blender, blend the milk and spinach together well.
  • In another mixing bowl, separate the egg white from the yolk and beat the egg white until soft peaks form.
  • Combine all the wet ingredients except for the egg white together and then add to the dry ingredients.
  • Lastly, carefully fold in the egg white into the batter.
  • In a heated waffle iron, cook batter for approximately 5 minutes.

You can find this Winnie The Pooh Grip Dish, matching bibs, snack bags and other fun feeding essentials here!Ā 

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