Fruit & Waffle Breakfast Pizzas

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Are you a morning person? Cause I am totally NOT. If given the chance, I’d hibernate for DAYS. It’s in my genes you guys. I can’t.help.it.

Typically, my husband picks up my slack and will get up with my bright eyed, bushy tailed kids at 6 so I can sleep an extra half hour or so. {Is he the best man in the world or what? SERIOUSLY.} Come September though, I’m gonna have to just suck it up and get up when my alarm actually goes off.  My daughter is heading to morning kindergarten.

I tried to get her into afternoon kindergarten, but after asking the school secretary about it, she laughed, then realized I was serious and broke the news to me that they only offer morning kindergarten at that school.

NOOOOOOO!!

I almost *almost* swore at her. But then walked away redirecting my anger magically into hunger. Now THAT’s a skill. #girlproblems 

ANYWAYS.

This easy breakfast idea is one of the ways I’m streamlining our morning routines so we can be on time to school. I use the term ‘on time’ loosely, PS.

Why do I love this recipe? Let me count the ways:

  • my 5 year old can make this completely on her own; I just lay out all the ingredients
  • it literally takes less than 5 minutes to pull everything together
  • it’s surprisingly tasty even though……
  • it’s healthy
  • You can adapt this to work with what you have on hand. Score!

Fruit and Waffle Breakfast Pizzas…..who knew? Here’s how you make them:

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Ok, prepare yourselves for how easy this recipe is. Take some whole wheat freezer waffles….and stick them into the toaster to heat through. These little dudes are found in the {say it with me} FREEZER SECTION at your local grocery store. I see these everywhere, so you should be able to find these easily in your local grocer.

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1 minute later, we’ve got our pizza ‘crusts’.

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Schmear on a little vanilla greek yogurt, and then top with any kind of fruit you’d like!

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My family loves all berries, so we had our pick between blueberries,

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raspberries,

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strawberries,

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and bananas! We always have bananas on hand.

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We had these for breakfast the other day and it was seriously the easiest thing in the world because I just put everything out on the counter and these two made their own pizzas themselves! How great is that?! Seriously one and done in about 3 1/2 minutes.

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This was mine! Yes puh-lease.

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This was my husband’s. Who knew he was so……artsy?! He chose blackberry greek yogurt as his base.

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If you want to be even fancier, sprinkle on a little powdered sugar. Totally not necessary, but fancifies this recipe up 🙂

Yes I realize fancifies is not a word.

If your kids like fruit and even if they don’t, give this healthy breakfast a try. So super fast and delightfully delicious! For more kid-and-school-friendly recipes, check out the Easy Home Meals/NFRA Website!

Printable version below. Have a great day, friends!

Fruit & Waffle Breakfast Pizzas

These pre-made whole wheat waffles are topped with creamy yogurt and fresh fruit. You'll want to try this fast and delightfully delicious breakfast!

servings 4 servings
Prep Time 4 mins
Cook Time 1 min
Total Time 5 mins

Ingredients

  • 4 whole wheat freezer waffles such as Eggo brand
  • 12 oz greek yogurt containers two 6 oz containers, in any flavor you like
  • powdered sugar as decoration, if desired

fruit to top pizza with

  • strawberries
  • raspberries
  • blueberries
  • bananas
  • kiwis
  • apples
  • peaches

Instructions

  • Toast eggo waffles in toaster to heat through.
  • Spread each warm waffle with half a container of greek yogurt.
  • Top with any sliced fruit you like and sprinkle with powdered sugar.

Nutrition

Calories: 147kcal | Carbohydrates: 17g | Protein: 11g | Fat: 4g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 13mg | Sodium: 236mg | Potassium: 150mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 4g | Vitamin A: 532IU | Calcium: 175mg | Iron: 2mg
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Fruit Waffle Pizzas
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10 Responses
  1. Natalie @ Paper And Birch

    Pizza for breakfast? Count me in!!
    I’m with you, even though my alarm goes off at 5:30am everyday, I consider throwing it against the wall every morning. 🙂

  2. Taylor @ Food Faith Fitness

    I had to laugh at “redirecting my anger magically into hunger!” i thought I was the only one that could 😉
    I LOVE waffles…and pizza…so the combo? Heaven! Pinned!

  3. karen

    Great idea…and good for you. My kids are grown…but you might just find me eating this anyway! I get up at 5 even now when I am not working…I love having that hour of peace and quiet to myself.

  4. Alexis @ Upside Down Pear

    This looks like an awesome breakfast idea! Even though I tell myself I’ll get up when the alarm goes off…it never happens. I always end up hitting the snooze until it gives up 😀 I like the assembly line idea so you can choose how much of each fruit to add! Perfect for an easy breakfast when guests visit!!

  5. Heather @ Shards of Lavender

    No afternoon kindergarten? What kind of school are they running? Seriously, I remember loving that my daughter was in the PM Kindergarten class because we could both sleep in and have a leisurely morning before she left for the afternoon. Now she’s 19 and I’m pretty sure that’s why she still love sleeping in:) This looks like one of the easiest and tastiest breakfast ideas I’ve seen in a while and we’ll definitely be trying it soon!

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