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These Rainbow Waffles are a cute rainbow fruit breakfast recipe for kids! They’re also perfect as a St. Patrick’s Day treat or rainbow party!
We love an easy and cute waffle breakfast idea. These rainbow fruit waffles are right up our alley as a kid-friendly rainbow breakfast and adorable St. Patrick’s Day treat. They’re healthy too with rainbow fruit on top as the layers of the rainbow and just a puff of whipped cream for clouds! We used frozen waffles to make these mini waffles super easy for an everyday breakfast. Although they would be amazing for rainbow party treats as well!
Watch the video in this post to see these rainbow waffles up close!
What are the ingredients to make Rainbow Waffles?
Instead of coloring the waffle batter as we’ve seen before, we decided to go natural and use rainbow fruits to make our rainbow waffles extra colorful! We used diced strawberries, mango, kiwi fruit and blueberries. Of course, you can use any combination of fruits that your kids love. We used frozen waffles simply because they are super easy and my kids just love them. We pop them in our toaster oven and they are ready in minutes. The size is great for little hands! We cut the waffles in half to make arches. Last we added some whipped cream to make puffy sweet clouds!
If you want to make your own mini waffles you can do that with a mold like with our waffle pancake cereal!
Rainbow Waffle Fruit – Ingredients:
Strawberries mango, kiwi, blueberries
Rainbow Fruit Waffles
- Frozen waffles You can make your own if you want
- Strawberries Diced
- Mango Diced
- Kiwi Diced
- Blueberries Cut in half
- Whipped cream we used the refrigerated can whipped cream but you can use any type or make your own
- Toast your waffles, cool then cut in half.
- Add 4 layers of fruit, starting with the strawberries, mango, kiwi and blueberries.
- Add two puffs of whip cream for clouds.
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