These protein-packed Peanut Butter Apple Waffle Sandwiches are perfect for a quick and easy breakfast on the go or an after school snack.
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I'm a huge fan of quick and easy breakfasts because mornings are super rushed at our house. We have to be out the door before 7 am, so the kids have a quick bite to eat, get dressed, get their backpacks, and then it's time to go. Still, I want to make sure that whatever the kids have to eat is substantial enough to last until lunchtime. My kids love muffins, and they also enjoy waffles, but I if we don't have any leftovers from the weekend, I'll usually grab a box of frozen waffles at the store.
So for breakfast the next day, I whipped up these easy waffle sandwiches. The nice thing about these sandwiches is that they're so versatile. You can have them for breakfast, lunch or even a snack. You can also try different fillings.
One of my kids is a peanut butter fanatic, so she loved these sandwiches just as they were. But you can try cream cheese or even a different type of nut butter. I'm even thinking that using peanut butter and chocolate chips would be a tasty after-school snack!
The other nice thing about these easy peanut butter apple waffle sandwiches is that you can eat them on the go. So if you're really rushed in the morning, the kids can still have a satisfying breakfast.
How to Make Peanut Butter Apple Waffle Sandwiches
To make the sandwiches, I used creamy peanut butter, apple slices, waffles and some cinnamon.
After you toast the waffles, just spread some peanut butter on them, add the apple slices and cinnamon, and that's it! Easy Peasy.
Peanut Butter Apple Waffle Sandwich Recipe
Peanut Butter Apple Waffle Sandwiches
- 4 Eggo waffles
- 2 tablespoons creamy peanut butter
- 1 medium apple washed and thinly sliced
- Toast the waffles according to package directions
- Spread some peanut butter on 1 side of each waffle
- Add the apple slices on 2 waffles
- Sprinkle cinnamon over the apples
- Top with remaining waffles, slice and serve
Nutrition information is estimated. Please do your own calculation to fit special diets.
Have a super day!
Katie Jenkins says
Hi there, Dee! I recently signed up for your blog and have been loving your posts! Thanks for sharing such awesomeness with us.????
So I was just drooling over your chocolate Belgian waffles and was scrolling down to leave a comment, but then THIS fantastic recipe caught my eye! This bad boy is right up my alley! Simple and fast! Your recipe looks and sounds fantastic and on top of it all, the sandwich has the peanut butter/fruit combo for some staying power. I hate it when I eat a meal and then I'm hungry within an hour! I totally want to make this recipe, but substitute your chocolate Belgian waffles in for the Eggo's! Nom nom nom!
Thank you so much for the inspiration, Dee!???? Hope your week is going wonderfully!
Mary Bostow says
Thank you for sharing at Delicious Dishes Recipe Party!
Looks so good!! Thanks so much for taking the time to visiti!!
Jen @ The Weary Chef says
What a creative breakfast idea! My kids will love this!
Justine | Cooking and Beer says
I love the idea of transforming store-bought waffles into a magical creation like this one! Love the peanut butter!
Stacey @ Bake.Eat.Repeat. says
PB and banana is one of the best combos - this looks perfect for a quick breakfast on school mornings!
My kids really enjoyed it, and it is super quick!
Peanut butter and waffles is an amazing combination! Add in the apples and my kids will go nuts for this recipe!
Kacey @ The Cookie Writer says
I love this! I find breakfast is not enjoyable for me (not awake enough to cook!) These are so simple and perfect for back to school
Katerina @ diethood .com says
I absolutely LOVE this idea!! Genius!!
Thanks, Katerina. We moms have to get creative, right?! 🙂
Amy @ Little Dairy on the Prairie says
Mornings are the craziest time of the day at our house too! Thanks for a quick and easy idea that will help us get out the door on time!
It's nice to know we're not alone -- it's crazy here too! 🙂