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Freezer Friendly Whole Grain Waffles | @hbharvest

{This post is sponsored by Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk!}

Everyone knows the month of August is back to school, but for me, these freezer friendly whole grain waffles are also back to childhood.

Last week it was these homemade blueberry Nutri Grain bars and this week it’s freezer friendly waffles! It might be kind of odd, but I’m loving these childhoods eats, especially with everything that’s been happening in life, it’s nice to be going back to comfort foods from when I was a kid!

Growing up Eggo Waffles and Einsteins Bagels were pretty much breakfast staples…meaning my mom never ran out…hey, she needed to be able to sustain life for my brothers! Fortunately, I could get beyond waffles and bagels, with good old toast and eggs + bowls of cereal or just fresh fruit, but the boys…not so much. However, even today I’ll sometimes catch myself missing that buttery deliciousness of a good ole freezer waffle. I know, I know, like what?! But guys, come on…those waffles were kind of good. Granted, a lot of things are good when LOADED up with butter, but I do remember loving them. This is scary to admit, but my brothers probably still eat them…often.

Freezer Friendly Whole Grain Waffles | @hbharvest

Freezer Friendly Whole Grain Waffles | @hbharvest

All that said, I can’t even begin to remember how long it’s been since I had a waffle from the freezer, so my memory might be a little off.

Nevertheless, I am so happy to be bringing a much healthier, and much, much more delicious, breakfast option to the table today.

Homemade freezer friendly waffles…with whole grains, plus my favorite Almond Breeze Almondmilk. Yes, REAL food…Yeah!

Freezer Friendly Whole Grain Waffles | @hbharvest

The waffles are made up of the simplest ingredients. Whole wheat flour, oats, almondmilk, eggs, a little vanilla, and a pinch of cinnamon.


Then just cook them up in a waffle iron (any shape or size works, but I love this square waffle iron). If you can’t eat the waffles right then, simply let them cool, freeze, and when ready to eat just pop them into the toaster (this is my favorite toaster, so cute). These are such a delicious option for busy mornings.

You can top these waffles however you please, but for quick mornings I love smearing them with a little butter, topping generously with fresh fruit, and drizzling with maple syrup.

These certainly are not the Eggo waffles I grew up with, but that’s A-OK because these are a giant upgrade –> hello to soft, fluffy whole grain waffles that will keep us (meaning your kids, husband, wife, boyfriends or whomever) full until lunch.

Love this!

Freezer Friendly Whole Grain Waffles | @hbharvest

Alright and lastly, I have something super fun to finish this post off with!

It’s giveaway time! Over the past few years I’ve partnered with Almond Breeze to bring you not only this post, but many, many others as well (see here for past posts).

Every year around this time we do a fun reader survey and giveaway! These surveys really help us to find out more of what it is that you guys, my awesome readers, want to see more of, and hear more about! Each reader who takes this super-quick survey (should take around 2 minutes) and then comes back and leaves a comment on this post will be entered for the chance to win one (1) $100 VISA gift card. Here are the giveaway details…

–> head over here and complete this quick survey.

–> then come back to this post and leave a comment telling me your favorite childhood recipe. I’m so curious to know what you guys loved as a kid!

–> I will pick a winner and shoot that person an email.

–> the survey/giveaway is open for ONE week, and only to those residing in the US (sorry everyone else!).

Ready? Set? Go…

Freezer Friendly Whole Grain Waffles | @hbharvest

Freezer Friendly Whole Grain Waffles

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings: 8 8 waffles
Calories Per Serving: 385 kcal

Nutritional information is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.



  • 1. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the Almondmilk, eggs, melted unsalted butter, honey, and vanilla. Add the flour, oats, baking powder, cinnamon, and salt and stir until just combined. It's OK if the batter is a little lumpy. Allow the batter to sit 5-10 minutes.
    2. Preheat your waffle iron.
    3. Cook the waffles according to your waffle iron's directions. Serve topped with fresh fruit and maple.
    4. TO FREEZE: Cool the waffles completely on wire racks. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and place the waffles in one even layer. Place another sheet of parchment over the waffles, then arrange another layer of waffles over top (see photo). Freeze 2 hours and then transfer the waffles to a freezer safe bag. To cook, add the waffles to a toaster and toast until warmed through and crisp. 
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Freezer Friendly Whole Grain Waffles | @hbharvest

Then make waffles…for breakfast, lunch, or even dinner!

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  1. Is it okay to supplement regular milk for the almond milk? My husband is allergic to nuts, Thanks!

    1. Hi Stefanie,
      Yes any milk that you enjoy will work! I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  2. My mom used to make something she called spaghetti pie. It basically was spaghetti in a casserole dish with meat sauce in the middle and baked.