Christmas is the time of year where giving and receiving goes hand in hand. I enjoy sharing handmade gifts they seem to make others smile.
For years we’ve had a tradition in our home and it begins Christmas morning with a tasty farm style breakfast that revolves around waffles and whip cream.
I don’t really remember when this began I just know meal time at the table was something of importance that we
continue to keep alive.
Today I’m going to share how you can make waffles in a jar for Christmas giving, something family and friends will smile about. Let’s first begin with the recipe.
Christmas Morning Waffles
- Cup Oat Flour
- ½ Cup Potato Flakes
- ¼ Cup Brown Rice Flour
- 2 Tsp. Baking Powder
- 1 Tsp. Sugar
- Salt to taste
- ¼ Cup Melted Coconut Oil
- 2 Farm Eggs
- 1 ½ Cup Whole Milk
Mix all ingredients in a mixing bowl until smooth. Let stand for a couple minutes before placing batter onto a heated waffle iron. This recipe makes about 4 small waffles using a small circular waffle iron. Remember to grease your iron before you place the batter inside.
Serve with your favorite syrup, berries and whip cream. This is a tasty breakfast served by itself or with bacon and scrambled farm fresh eggs.
Waffles in a Jar
Getting this gift ready for giving is the fun part. Parents and grandparents can make this project with the children in an afternoon; it’s just simple fun and a good time to create memories.
Make a stylish card that includes the recipe and cooking instructions. You might even want to mention these waffles would be perfect for Christmas morning breakfast. Decorate the jar after you fill it with the dry ingredients.
See if you have craft supplies around the house to turn this jar into a festive gift. I like to use natural elements incorporated with a little burlap and ribbon. I attached ribbon using hot glue and tied the card around the top with twine. The top of the lid is covered with ribbon to match theme.
Waffles in a jar are now ready to pass on to that special someone. Once the jar is empty it can be used as a vase or candle holder at the dinner table.