Menorah waffles! Super-easy Chanukah breakfast

When I saw these Christmas Tree Waffles from Diana at Little Sunny Kitchen, I realised that I needed to up my Chanukah breakfast game considerably! Kipper loves a special breakfast, and she loves Chanukah, so I was pretty much guaranteed a warm reception if I could pull this off. However, being not really (read ‘not at all’) a morning person, I needed to come up with something really easy. 

I must admit that breakfast in our house is usually toast, porridge, or some other thing that goes in the toaster but isn’t bread e.g. crumpets, pikelets, scotch pancakes etc. Occasionally, we have croissants, or Kipper’s favourite – pain au chocolat. (And of course on Sunday mornings, when I manage a bit of a lie-in and we’re not in such a hurry to be somewhere else, there’s homemade waffles. Although at this stage I could probably rustle them up in my sleep. I expect I sometimes do…)

But back to our special Chanukah breakfast. Using only shop-bought items garnished with fresh fruit, I created The Menorah Waffle!

Menorah waffles - easy Chanukah breakfast

This is probably one of the easiest to make and best received breakfasts I HAVE EVER MADE! And it pulls together from ready-made ingredients in about half a minute. Your kids will LOVE this. Kipper was over-the-moon with it. She was quite annoyed that I insisted on taking photos before she was allowed to eat it!

We used Kingsmill waffles, as their range of bread and breakfast goods is all kosher certified by the SKA. As you can see, we decorated our Chanukah waffles with raspberries, tangerine segments, and chocolate and rainbow sprinkles, but you could go wild with caramel or chocolate syrup, whipped cream, chopped nuts… just about anything that takes your fancy!

So there you have it – a fabulous Chanukah breakfast, sorted! My Chanukah gift to fellow non-morning-people everywhere 🙂

Quick & easy Menorah waffles for Chanukah breakfast

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Menorah Waffles - easy Chanukah breakfast!
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670 calories
73 g
104 g
36 g
17 g
6 g
273 g
772 g
14 g
0 g
27 g
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
273g
Servings
1
Amount Per Serving
Calories 670
Calories from Fat 315
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 36g
55%
Saturated Fat 6g
31%
Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 13g
Monounsaturated Fat 14g
Cholesterol 104mg
35%
Sodium 772mg
32%
Total Carbohydrates 73g
24%
Dietary Fiber 4g
17%
Sugars 14g
Protein 17g
Vitamin A
19%
Vitamin C
41%
Calcium
44%
Iron
26%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ingredients
  1. 2 small rectangular waffles (or 1 big one)
  2. 1 tangerine
  3. Few raspberries
  4. Chocolate sprinkles
  5. Rainbow sprinkles
  6. Any other fruit, syrup, nuts, whipped cream etc that you fancy!
Instructions
  1. Cut a strip off the short end of each waffle. Arrange the waffles and the cut strips to make the shape of a menorah.
  2. Use the tangerine segments for 'flames'.
  3. Decorate with the raspberries and sprinkles, or any other garnishes you want.
  4. Eat and enjoy!
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fat
36g
protein
17g
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If you’re after more Chanukah recipes, check out my sweet potato latkes in the waffle maker, these delicious oven-fried latkes, this fabulous crispy Chanukah chocolate bark, or these gorgeous spiced olive oil cupcakes. And if that’s not enough, check out my Chanukah Pinterest board for all sorts of festive inspiration – recipes, crafts, games, decorations and more!

I’m linking this fabulous Chanukah breakfast up with Festive Food Fridays, organised by TamingTwins and KerryCooks.

 

13 Comments:

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  2. Such a clever idea. I bet so many kids around the world would love this for their celebration breakfast! Thanks for linking with #FestiveFoodFriday.

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  4. Love the idea Helen! I made some waffles today, but they weren’t in any interesting shape haha just the classic ones 🙂

  5. What a great idea! I’m going to make it for my kids for Chanukah!

  6. Haha this is so clever! Love breakfasts that put a smile on your face 🙂

  7. What a fun idea! I love making shapes out of waffles, and we don;t even have any kids yet 🙂

  8. i love the idea of making things out of waffles – how perfect for kids! and a great way to get some fruit in too

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