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Brownie Waffles: Kids in the Kitchen

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If A is for Acorn, B is for Brownie.  Adden loves the idea of eating through the alphabet.  I love that he’s learning initial consonant sounds. 

I first heard of Brownie Waffles through a comment on Taste of Home.  I had no idea if they were going to work or not, but the crew was willing to give them a try. 

We whipped up a box of brownie mix, sprayed our waffle iron with non-stick spray, and poured batter in. 

For immediate soft gooey brownies, take the waffles out immediately (ours were much like soft brownie crumble).  With vanilla ice cream and whipped topping, they were awesome. 

For true brownie waffles that retain their form, let the brownies cool on the iron.  With plenty of non-stick spray, they will come out perfectly, but taste more like a brownie cookie. 

Let me know if you give them a try!

For other B words to eat, try baseball biscuits, bananas, blueberries, bread and butter, broccoli, bagels, etc. 

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