Tookii things to do with kids eating waffles one of the activities for kids


Fun foods like waffles are cool things to do with kids.

I had never had waffles – actually I had never even heard of them before the day I stayed at Angel’s house.

One night when I went to visit my friend Angel, I ended up staying for a sleepover and the next morning we had waffles for breakfast. I didn’t even know how to eat them, like what to have on them. My friend told me to put icing sugar on them, so that’s how I have them now.

Waffles with icing sugar
Tookii eating waffles

On this morning you can see I am enjoying waffles for breakfast while I multi-task by sneaking in a practice music exam before school. I must have been close to sitting an exam, as I am again now.

What do you have on your waffles? Can you suggest any other yummy ways to eat them?

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20 thoughts on “Waffles

  1. I consider waffles as pancakes with a distinct appearance. Using a waffle iron would give that almost checkerboard look. The best waffles in the world are made in Belgium. That’s their specialty aside from chocolates of course.Toppings? Depends on when you eat the waffles–breakfast,lunch,dinner. Others pour hot pancake syrup over them with a few slabs of butter. Some come with bacon and in the Southern Unitd States, waffles are served with Fried Chicken on top!! Those square crevices–the fun part is when you pour whipped cream or even ice cream and watch them poolover those squares. Anything’s possible! I consider the waffle as the square pancake with square holes! Happy eating!

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      1. Well, think of it this way. Waffles like pancakes are like cousins of bread. The whole bacon-fried chicken thing might be dated back when the black slaves in the Southern United States–Bible Belt area improvised such a diet akin to their African culture and made it part of their cuisine. This is just my theory about it. Nevertheless, it’s tasty! Theu call it Chicken with Waffles or Bacon with Waffles.

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  2. Traditionally, we put butter and real maple syrup or homemade buttermilk syrup on our waffles, but my daughter likes peanut butter on her waffles. On special occasions, we like to put vanilla ice cream on top (because when I was a teenager, I went to a restaurant that had that on their menu). My son always breaks up crispy bacon or cooked sausage and puts pieces in each hole and eats his waffle that way!

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      1. Yes it is; easy to make and fun, too. In a 3-quart saucepan, add 1-1/2 cup white sugar, 1 cup buttermilk, 1/2 cup butter, 1 teaspoon baking soda, and 2 Tablespoon corn syrup. Bring to a boil. I do it over medium heat. Stir constantly while it boils for 7 minutes. Remove from heat and stir in 1 teaspoon of vanilla. I like it best warm, which helps keep the waffles warm. 🙂 Have fun.

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      2. You’re welcome. Oh, a quick note, when it’s boiling, the mixture bubbles up, so you really do need the 3-quart size pan. The constant stirring keeps it from boiling over. I think it’s fun stirring down the bubbles.

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