Halloween Breakfast Waffles
Whether you celebrate Halloween by trick or treating or just getting together with friends, Halloween is one of those holidays that it is extra fun to create food for. It’s not a serious holiday, so you can go the spooky route with desserts (like my Halloween Trifle or Mummy Brownies) or go for something that everyone needs to eat – a good breakfast.
These Halloween breakfast waffles don’t have any change in flavoring, so while they might look like pieces of candy corn, they still taste like waffles. They are vegetarian and the perfect breakfast to serve during Halloween season!
This Halloween recipe will make approximately 3 to 4 waffles, depending on how much batter you use for each one. That said, when you are done with each waffle, you’ll want to cut them into four triangles so that they resemble candy corn. Once you do that, you can distribute them in pieces rather than whole waffles if you need them to stretch across multiple people.
Halloween Breakfast Waffles Recipe
1 heaping cup all purpose flour
3 Tbsp sugar
1/3 cup oil
3/4 cup milk
1 Tbsp vanilla extract
1/2 Tbsp baking powder
Dash of salt
Yellow and orange food coloring
1 Tbsp butter (for greasing your pan)
Pull out a large, round waffle maker and grease It with butter. Be sure to grease both the top and the bottom.
In a large mixing bowl, stir together your flour, sugar, baking powder, egg, oil, vanilla, milk, and salt.
Once everything is mixed, separate your batter into three separate small bowls.
In your first bowl, add three drops of white food coloring. In your second bowl, add three drops of orange food coloring. In your third bowl, add three drops of yellow food coloring.
In the center of your waffle maker, pour a small amount of your white batter, trying to keep it in a circle.
Next, scoop your orange batter around your white batter in a full circle. You can pour it, but it may lay down more evenly if you use a utensil to place it in your waffle maker.
Lastly, scoop your yellow batter around your orange batter.
Once your waffle maker is full, plug it in and turn it on medium heat.
Cook your waffle until your waffle maker timer light goes on (or off, depending on your maker).
Unplug your waffle maker, carefully it turn upside down onto a plate and your waffle should fall right out.
Cut your waffle into triangles and now you have four pieces of candy corn! Top them off with butter and syrup and enjoy! Makes about three waffles.
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