These Freezer-Friendly Spinach Waffles are a perfect healthy and quick breakfast for baby, toddler and kids! Great for baby-led weaning!

Graphic post for freezer-friendly spinach waffles for baby and toddler- hidden veggies - blw - healthy. Images is of waffles sitting on a cooling rack.

Freezer-Friendly Spinach Waffles for Baby + Toddler

Warm and wholesome waffles made with nutrient packed spinach!

#hiddenveggies for the win! 🌱🏆

These fluffy waffles can be devoured the minute you make them or frozen and reheated for those hectic mornings you want a fast and healthy breakfast for your baby, toddler or kid! I would have to strongly recommend making a double batch so you can eat some right away while having enough leftover to freeze!

My girls are hit or miss with spinach. At some meals they will eat it raw by the handful (table manners are not prevalent in my house apparently😂), while other times they won’t touch spinach with a ten-foot pole.

But whenever I blend spinach up and make a baked good or smoothie with it, they don’t even bat-an-eye at it, they just dive right in.

These green waffles are so good that an entire batched was gobbled up by my family within minutes (hence, the recommendation for making a double batch above 😉).

Reasons to love these Spinach Waffles

  • great for baby, toddler and kids
  • freezer-friendly
  • wholesome and full of protein, iron and fiber
  • naturally sweetened
  • full of superfood spinach
  • great for baby-led weaning or the finger foods stage
  • can be served for breakfast, snack, lunch or dinner – waffles are good at any meal of the day:)
  • family-friendly
  • can be made gluten-free
  • great for picky eaters
Spinach waffles sitting on a cooling rack.

How to Make Spinach Waffles

  • Prep: heat waffle maker to medium heat
  • Mix: whisk together the flour, baking powder, cinnamon and salt
  • Blend: in a blender, blend the eggs, milk, oil, applesauce, vanilla and spinach (this is to ensure you don’t have any chunks of spinach in your waffles)
  • Combine: add the spinach mixture to the flour mixture and gently mixed until combined
  • Cook: pour 1/4 cup of batter into each waffle mold and cook until golden brown.

Ways to serve these spinach waffles

  • with a little butter and drizzle of maple syrup
  • topped with fresh berries and a dusting of powder sugar
  • with a layer of cream cheese and hemp seed sprinkles
  • with a layer of peanut butter and jelly and made into a sandwich
  • served with a dollop of yogurt and a sprinkle of pomegranate seeds
spinach waffles for baby and toddler sitting on a cooling rack.

MORE BREAKFAST RECIPES

DID YOU MAKE THIS SPINACH WAFFLE RECIPE?

 I’D LOVE TO KNOW HOW IT TURNED OUT! LEAVE A COMMENT AND A ⭐️ RATING BELOW 👇

Spinach waffles sitting on a cooling rack.

Get the recipe: Freezer-Friendly Spinach Waffles

5 stars (10 ratings)
Warm and wholesome waffles made with nutrient packed spinach!

Ingredients 

  • 2 cups white whole wheat flour (see flour notes)
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup olive oil or melted coconut oil
  • 1/4 cup applesauce
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 cup packed spinach

Instructions 

  • Preheat waffle iron to medium heat.
  • In a medium bowl, stir together the flour, baking powder, cinnamon and salt.
  • In a blender, add in the eggs, milk, oil, applesauce, vanilla extract and spinach. Blend for 1 minute on medium speed or until the spinach is completely blended.
  • Add the spinach mixture to the flour mixture and stir until just combined.
  • Pour waffle mixture onto waffle iron in 1/4 cup increments and bake according to waffle makers instructions.
  • Serve or store in an air-tight container in the fridge or freezer.

Notes

Freezer-Friendly: take any leftovers and place in a freezer zip-lock baggie and freeze. To reheat, place in toaster and toast until warm. Will last 2-3 months in the freezer. 
Notes on Flour: you can use all-purpose, white whole wheat or whole wheat flour in any combination that you prefer, I will usually use a combo of 1 cup all-purpose and 1 cup whole wheat or 2 cups white wheat flour. You can also make these gluten-free using a gluten-free flour mix (this is our favorite). If using whole wheat flour, you may need to add in extra milk to thin it out as whole wheat flour is extra absorbent.
Notes on Milk: if your dough is too thick, add in up to 1 more cup of milk. Depending on which flour you use, you may need more milk. 
Age: 8+ months
 
Serving: 1small waffle, Calories: 94kcal, Carbohydrates: 12g, Protein: 3.1g, Fat: 4.2g, Saturated Fat: 0.7g, Cholesterol: 24mg, Sodium: 50mg, Potassium: 177mg, Fiber: 1.7g, Sugar: 1.3g, Calcium: 57mg, Iron: 1mg

Did you make this recipe?

Tag @babyfoode on Instagram and hashtag it #babyfoode!

This post was sponsored by Happy Family Organics – make sure to check out all of their amazing homemade baby and toddler recipes and meal plans on their learning resources page!