Multigrain Whole Wheat Blueberry Waffles Recipe (Guest Post at the Grain Mill Wagon)

Today I’m writing over at the Grain Mill Wagon where I’m sharing the most delicious, hearty and nutritious waffle recipe my family has been using, made with my homemade multigrain whole wheat baking mix. All you have to do is add an egg, milk and berries to make the perfect breakfast treat!

My Merry Messy LIfe: Whole Wheat, Multigrain, Blueberry Waffle Recipe

Here’s an excerpt from the post: “The boys love to help us make them by dumping in the ingredients and stirring, then watching the waffle iron turn green when they’re ready to eat. It has always bothered me that the mix we were using had basically no nutrition in it, especially since breakfast is the most important meal of the day when we need a kick of fiber and protein. To solve the problem, we now use our handy homemade multigrain whole wheat baking mix and just have to add a few ingredients! The combination of the whole wheat and multigrain cereal create a hearty waffle that’s full of protein and fiber and is also delicious. I was shocked by how much better it tasted than a waffle made with white flour and will never go back!”

Here are some pictures of the boys enjoying making the waffles with me. They are such adorable sous-chefs!

My Merry Messy Life: Whole Wheat Multigrain Blueberry Waffles - Kids in the Kitchen

Little G loves loves loves to stir, and do some quality assurance checks by eating the batter.

 

My Merry Messy Life: Whole Wheat Multigrain Blueberry Waffles - Baking with Kids

Big G is my original sous-chef and is a pro at cracking eggs. He’s been cooking with me since he was 18 months old and is now 3.5.

My Merry Messy Life: WonderMill Grain Mill

Of course, I use my [amazon_link id=”B000CPJKWC” target=”_blank” ]WonderMill Grain Mill[/amazon_link] to grind up my own wheat from scratch, which makes for waffles with no chemicals, preservatives or questions about what’s in the mix. Plus, it makes me feel like a modern-day pioneer woman to grind my own wheat! Like “Little House on the Prairie” or something.

To get the full recipe, please visit the Grain Mill Wagon website where I posted as part of a challenge to bloggers to use whole grains. See more of my Grain Mill Challenge recipes.

 

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About Sara McFall

Sara is the owner and founder of My Merry Messy Life, which started in 2011 as a way to chronicle her journey to a natural, chemical-free lifestyle and to share her passions of mothering, real food, homeschooling and crochet. She is a mama to three precious and energetic little boys and wife to a university professor who loves to sing, dance ballet and ballroom, and live simply and naturally.

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