Though higher in fat than most DFM fair, these waffles are high in, well, the good kind of fat? Yeah, English. Anyway, with the addition of flax seeds, we introduce omega-3 fatty acids into the mix. So grab yourself a banana and a smidgen of peanut butter and have yourself a merry little breakfast.
P.S. – These are easy. So easy. Just scroll down and look at the length of the instructions, or lack thereof.
P.P.S. – Yes, you can use this recipe for pancakes too.
Pumpkin Flax Waffles
1/4 cup all purpose flour – $0.03
1/2 cup whole wheat flour – $0.08
1/4 cup wheat germ – $0.08
1/4 cup flax seeds – $0.25 (Though the price on these Safeway flax seeds are highly inflated, you can purchase these healthy seeds very cheaply elsewhere.)
2 teaspoons baking powder – $0.08
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon – $0.05
1/2 teaspoon ground allspice – $0.02
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger – $0.02
1/4 teaspoon salt – $0.01
2 tablespoons packed brown sugar – $0.06
1/2 cup pumpkin puree – $0.50
1 cup nonfat milk – $0.22
2 large eggs – $0.30
2 tablespoons vegetable oil – $0.06
- In a medium-sized mixing bowl, whisk together all dry ingredients.
- In another bowl, whisk together wet ingredients.
- Combine wet and dry ingredients just until mixed.
- Prepare waffles according to waffle-maker instructions.
Makes approximately three servings.
Total Cost: $1.76
Cost Per Serving: $0.59