Kizingo EATS: Pumpkin-Pear Oat Waffles
Kizingo EATS: Pumpkin-Pear Oat Waffles

Kizingo EATS: Pumpkin-Pear Oat Waffles

Kizingo EATS: Pumpkin-Pear Oat Waffles

Fall is here at last and that means is time to enjoy some crisp cool weather, football, hearty soups, fun activities, big sweaters and of course all the pumpkin flavors! Who else loves pumpkin as much as I do? 

This time of year is when I feel inspired the most to create delicious recipes. Especially creating pumpkin flavored ones. I honesty feel that pumpkin can be paired with almost any other flavor to make a delicious combo. 

These fluffy and sweet waffles are the perfect example of this. The pumpkin and pear fusion is unreal. They are so great together and make such a delicious combination. Plus they’re both rich in many vitamins and minerals and both are a great source of antioxidants.

These Pumpkin-Pear Oat waffles are perfect for everyone in the family. Even for BLW babies and toddlers. They require very few ingredients and are packed in nutrients, making them the perfect finger food for your little ones.

Waffles are also a great option for easing meal prep. You can double the batch of any recipe and freeze half of them. Then all you have to do is thaw them out to serve for breakfast on a busy morning. This will ensure you and your family can still enjoy a nutrition dense breakfast on days where mornings are just not going your way.

Don't have a waffle maker? No problem! This recipe is just as good made into pancakes.

Happy eating, 



(Makes 6 small waffles) 



1 egg
1/2 cup pumpkin purée
1 Pear
1/2 tbsp maple syrup
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp nutmeg
1 tbsp milk

1 cup oat flour



1. Peel and remove core from pear. 
2. In a food processor or high speed blender, blend together purée and pear until smooth. 
3. In a large bowl whisk egg.
4. Add pumpkin and pear mix and continue whisking.
5. Add maple syrup, cinnamon, nutmeg, and milk and whisk together.
6. Whisk in oat flour and create batter.
7. Heat waffle maker and pour 1/2 cup batter into it at a time and cook until waffle is cooked fully.
8. Repeat until all batter has been cooked.
9. Serve and top with favorite waffle toppings. 
pumpkin and pear oat waffle printable recipe