Waffles are one of the best ways to start your morning. They are filling, flavorful, and quick to whip together. Pumpkin lovers unite with these delicious Peanut Butter Pumpkin Waffles made with Peanut Butter & Co. Pumpkin Spice a tasty seasonal peanut butter that can make any of your fav p.b. recipes festively ‘fall’. The other nice thing about these waffles is that they are made with almond flour which makes them gluten free! Whether you’re gluten intolerant or not, these babies are great for any diets. They are delicious – especially topped with the Maple Peanut Butter Pumpkin Spice Syrup!

Weekend waffles are a wonderful family tradition, and they only get better when you add in delicious Chocmeister milk chocolate hazelnut spread!! This recipe is fast and easy, meaning you spend less time in the kitchen and more time devouring these superbly fluffy, sweet, chocolatey waffles that parents and kids will love. Enjoy them with butter, maple syrup, fresh fruit, and drizzles of melted Chocmeister – It’s a combo that can’t be beat!

Once you’ve tried peanut butter yeasted waffles you’ll never go back to regular waffles again. The yeast gives the waffles a super crispy exterior and a fluffy, light interior while the peanut butter infuses them with a delicious nutty flavor. The batter is mixed up ahead of time to allow it to rise overnight, which means in the morning all you have to do is heat up the waffle iron, whisk up a bowl of peanut butter syrup and you’re good to go.

Today, March 25, is International Waffle Day and we’re celebrating with not just another old waffle recipe. These whole wheat peanut butter banana waffles use crunchy peanut butter which gives them a wonderfully nutty texture.

It’s just like eating banana bread for breakfast but in waffle form – and you get to amp it up some more with toppings or syrup!

Chicken and waffles seems to be all the rage right now, and while I have yet to have it at a restaurant, I decided it was time to make my own version at home. These chicken bites are breaded and baked, nestled on a golden buttermilk waffle, and drizzled with a maple peanut butter and honey glaze. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner – it doesn’t matter when you make these. Just do it!

Waffles are in regular rotation in our house – they’re a must on weekends, and leftovers are frozen to pop into the toaster on more rushed weekday mornings. The addition of peanut butter boosts protein, which helps the boys get through long school days. If you don’t have Mighty Maple or The Bees Knees peanut butter, Smooth Operator or Crunch Time works well too – just add a tablespoon of maple syrup, honey or brown sugar to add a touch of sweetness.

The Bee’s Knees Peanut Butter Waffles