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4th July Breakfast Waffles

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4th July Breakfast Waffles – a fast, fruity and fun way to celebrate Independence day in the USA!

Image shows rectangular sweet breakfast waffles on a white vera wang plate. The waffles are being decorated in the style of the American Flag. There are sliced strawberries for the red stripes, blueberries for the space around the stars, and cream is piped in star shapes as the white stars and stripes. The plate is set on a dark hardwood background and there is a small American Flag next to it. Image by Sara-Jayne Jones, Keep Up With The Jones Family.

Hey, friends! We have so many American friends that it felt wrong not to celebrate 4th July with them this year, especially since we missed going to see them in Walt Disney World last year. Today we had a fun and fruity breakfast in the red, white and blue spirit of Old Glory! A few weeks ago we made Star Spangled 4th July Chips ‘n’ Dip, and they were so good, and so were our 4th July Strawberry Cake Jars. Mmmm….it’s been a tasty celebration.

More Fun Food Ideas here!

Image shows rectangular sweet breakfast waffles on a white vera wang plate. The waffles are decorated in the style of the American Flag. There are sliced strawberries for the red stripes, blueberries for the space around the stars, and cream piped as the white stars and stripes. The plate is set on a dark hardwood background and there is a small American Flag next to it and a red, silver and blue set of firework decorations. Image by Sara-Jayne Jones, Keep Up With The Jones Family.

Patriotic Breakfast Waffles

This is the fastest, simplest breakfast ever – and gets at least one of their five a day into their tummies ready for the day.

For your 4th July Breakfast Waffles, you will need:

  • Toaster Waffles – rectangular like the flag.
  • Two Punnets of Raspberries
  • One punnet of Blueberries
  • Double Cream [whipping cream] or aerosol cream

Equipment:

  • Toaster/Grill – make sure your toaster doesn’t cremate things randomly like mine.
  • Piping Bag and Nozzle if you’re using double whipping cream
  • Bowl and Whisk for the whipping cream
Image shows rectangular sweet breakfast waffles on a small wooden chopping paddle. The waffles are being decorated in the style of the American Flag. There are sliced strawberries for the red stripes, blueberries for the space around the stars, and they are waiting for cream to be piped as the white stars and stripes. The plate is set on a dark hardwood background. Image by Sara-Jayne Jones, Keep Up With The Jones Family.

How to make your Independence Day Breakfast Waffles

Whisk the double cream until it peaks and pop into piping bag ready to go, or have your can of aerosol cream ready.

Toast your waffles, and pop them on a plate.

Slice your strawberries so that they fit into one row of the waffle and layer the strawberry slices [or raspberries] out in 3/4 of the waffle.

Layer the blueberries out to fill the other 1/4 by popping one in each hole, like the photo

Pipe or squirt cream between to make the white stripes of the flag.

Enjoy!

Image shows rectangular sweet breakfast waffles on a small wooden chopping paddle. The waffles are being decorated in the style of the American Flag. There are sliced strawberries for the red stripes, blueberries for the space around the stars, and they are waiting for cream to be piped as the white stars and stripes. The plate is set on a dark hardwood background. Image by Sara-Jayne Jones, Keep Up With The Jones Family.

Independence Day Breakfast

And you’re done – that’s all it takes. You can make your own waffles of course if you have a waffle maker, but if you have three hungry children, a few minutes in the toaster or under the grill is often much easier.

You can also make our quick and easy 4th July Strawberry Cake in a Jar for a fun dessert that takes minutes – and uses up the rest of the double cream too!

Image shows rectangular sweet breakfast waffles on a white vera wang plate. The waffles are decorated in the style of the American Flag. There are sliced strawberries for the red stripes, blueberries for the space around the stars, and cream piped as the white stars and stripes. The plate is set on a dark hardwood background and there is a small American Flag next to it and a red, silver and blue set of firework decorations. Image by Sara-Jayne Jones, Keep Up With The Jones Family.

4th July Breakfast Waffles

4th July Breakfast Waffles – a fast, fruity and fun way to celebrate Independence day in the USA!
Print Recipe
Prep Time:10 mins
Cook Time:10 mins
Total Time:20 mins

Equipment

  • Toaster/Grill
  • Piping Bag and Nozzle
  • Bowl and Whisk

Ingredients

  • 6 Toaster Waffles – rectangular like a flag
  • 1 punnet Blueberries
  • 1 punnet Raspberries
  • 1 tub Cream – Double Cream or if you prefer, squirty aerosol cream.

Instructions

  • Whisk the cream until it peaks and pop into piping bag ready.
  • Layer the raspberries out in 3/4 of the waffle
  • Layer the blueberries out to fill the other 1/4
  • Pipe or squirt cream between to make the white stripes of the flag.
Course: Breakfast, Dessert, Fun Food
Cuisine: American, British
Keyword: 4th July, 4th July Breakfast, Blueberries, Breakfast waffles, Independence Day Breakfast, Independence Day Waffles, Strawberries, Waffles
Servings: 6

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Image shows rectangular sweet breakfast waffles on a white vera wang plate. The waffles are decorated in the style of the American Flag. There are sliced strawberries for the red stripes, blueberries for the space around the stars, and cream piped as the white stars and stripes. The plate is set on a dark hardwood background and there is a small American Flag next to it. Image by Sara-Jayne Jones, Keep Up With The Jones Family.

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