We are in the final week before Christmas and we are bringing out our BEST BUTER TARTS recipe!
I am so excited to have the whole family home and just relax. I don’t know about you, but I find the Christmas season more chill with older kids. Excited toddlers and littles are so charged up, it is really hard to get things done! It is also true that when the kids were little, I did a lot more Christmas baking.
In addition to squares, shortbread and the famous Davey Crockett, I also made homemade sugar cookies and gingerbread. We had cookie decorating parties and used a lot of our baking to take school events, teachers and concerts.
Now that those days are gone, we pick only the favourites to bake. Let’s face it – we eat it for 2 days and then it goes to the freezer. It sits around until one of my kids raids the freezer, or until the following year!!
Christmas morning just calls for gingerbread waffles for breakfast, doesn’t it?
These delicious waffles would even have Martha asking for seconds. But wait these are Martha’s waffles..I found this recipe in the Martha Stewart magazine that I used to subscribe to many years ago.
Yes those were the days that we got new recipes from magazines and not from Pinterest.
And who wouldn’t love gingerbread waffles for breakfast?? Well that is what I thought. So I decided to give this recipe a try and really my family loves when I try new recipes ( insert eye roll here)…Usually because I am trying to pass on a healthier version of a high sugar treat. But these waffles are already pretty healthy (low sugar) and you can even make them with a gluten free option.