Eggo waffles topped with strawberries and bananas for an easy breakfast!
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I’m almost embarrassed to share this super easy strawberry banana waffles recipe, except for it really is one of our favorite breakfast, and it really is so easy. These waffles are ready in only about 5 minutes time, thanks to one of my favorite breakfast friends.
These waffles start with one of my favorite breakfast items, Eggo Waffles. Top them with creamy peanut butter, sliced up strawberries and bananas and hot syrup and it’s a breakfast you and your family will love.
These strawberry banana waffles are perfect for a back to school breakfast because literally all you have to do is throw some Eggo Waffles in your toaster, meanwhile, slice up your strawberries and bananas and you’re pretty much good to go. Seriously easy, my friends.
Another reason Eggo Waffles are the perfect back to school breakfast is because they are teaming up with Crayola for a Target exclusive, where if you buy 3 boxes of participating products you’ll get $5 off Crayola products at Target. That means you can kill two birds with one stone and stock up on all your back to school needs at once. They also have an awesome activity and coloring booklet that you can download free online and print for a fun thing for your kids to do while they’re eating breakfast! Crayola and Eggo together help fuel kid’s bodies and minds for back to school!
Eggo Waffles are something I always keep on hand in my freezer for a quick and easy breakfast – because when I wake up in the morning, Colby and I are ready to eat right away.
How do you make breakfast fun for your kids?
Easy Strawberry Banana Waffles
- Eggo Waffles
- peanut butter
- sliced strawberries
- sliced bananas
- Toast waffles according to package directions.
- Top waffles with creamy peanut butter, slices fruit and hot syrup.
This promotion is available in all Target stores. It ends on September 30rd. You can find more information about it in the Target weekly circular, the first week of September.