Seriously – couldn’t you just eat breakfast three meals a day? We definitely could – and I am a huge fan of hot breakfasts – waffles, pancakes, eggs, quiche – you name it, we love it.
But for argument’s sake let’s assume we are actually eating breakfast for breakfast…
We are trying to keep are meals as gluten free as possible lately and Van’s Natural Foods makes it much more possible. For this “Waffles with Peanut Butter and Banana recipe” – all we need is Van’s Waffles – your favorite flavor!
All that we need is to toast a waffle and top it with approximately 2 tablespoons natural peanut butter and 1/2 banana (though we still eat the other half – can’t waste bananas EVER)… No syrup is needed and the result is a nice filling breakfast (or dinner).
Van’s has so many awesome waffle flavors. We tend to select their gluten free flavors but they also have minis, belgian, whole grain lite, whole grain, whole grain organic and the new power grains!
Check out these new Van’s Waffle Flavors:
· Van’s fiber- and whole-grain-rich Gluten Free Ancient Grains Waffles are made from a mix of nutritious whole grains including brown rice, millet, teff, buckwheat, amaranth, sorghum and quinoa. Gluten Free Ancient Grains Waffles have 32 grams of whole grains – and 6 grams of fiber – per serving. Egg- and dairy-free, this waffle is a deliciously nutritious way to start the day.
· Van’s Power Grains Waffles are the first nationally available high protein waffles. Each serving, made with cracked red wheat and steel cut oats, offers 10 full grams of protein – more than an egg. Like all of Van’s products, Power Grains are made with high-quality ingredients and frozen for freshness so they don’t contain preservatives.
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