1. Looks good and healthy too. Can the batter be made the night before? I’d like to make it tonight, first day of school is tomorrow.

    • You know, I’ve never tried it, but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work. Just make sure to stash it the fridge. And let me know how they turn out!

  2. Yay for baking with Boogie! Nora is just getting into cooking too; most of her pretend play these days revolves around cooking and she likes to join me for baking and making smoothies (“zimmie!”) – oh, and I found a magic trick that might work for other toddlers! Whenever I’m cutting vegetables for lunch or dinner, she wants to sample everything and keeps coming back for more. So she ends up nomming on raw onion, raw garlic, raw cabbage, and other stuff she wouldn’t normally be into if I put it on her plate.

    • Juni is that way with veggies, too! She was eating whole handfuls of raw green peppers the other day. She never would if it was on her dinner plate!

  3. Yum! Your ‘cooking with toddler’ tales reminds me of my kiddo. Delighted to find corn inside all those husks, he insists on having several bites of the newly-revealed cob. ….with every cob. Everyone likes their corn with a bite or two missing, right? Sigh.

  4. I just made these this morning and they were delicious and super easy! I love that it’s just one bowl and no beating and folding in egg whites. I made a double batch and used a standard can of pumpkin purée and although that’s about a half cup less than what the recipe called for, they were perfect! I also used whole wheat pastry flour as that’s what I had on hand. Thank you!!!

  5. I just found your blog today while looking for a nursing pillow cover pattern/tutorial, and I’m loving it here! We’ve always tried eating healthy, but are constantly learning more and changing more, so I’m always on the lookout for new recipes and ideas. Breakfast usually has me the most stumped!

    Quick question – we don’t have a waffle iron. Would this recipe work ok for pancakes? It’s pumpkin spice season 365 days a year around here too, so I’m dying to try this recipe!

    • You could try it! I think pancake batter typically has a little less fat than waffle batter, so you might want to cut back on the oil a bit, but I’m not sure by how much.

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