Breakfast gets all kinds of monster-y with these made-from-matcha, Matcha Monster Waffles! Get creative with candy and marshmallows to add monstrous features to your morning treat and everyone will be all set for a BOO-tiful day!
- Waffles mix (we used the “just add water” kind which we love because it is eggless (a great option for vegans) and easy!)
- Matcha powder (Trader Joe’s sells this!)
- Cooking spray
- Chocolate chips
- Candy bars (we used Kit-Kats and Snickers)
- Maple syrup (you could also use strawberry syrup to make it look like creepy blood!)
To get started, a few tablespoons of Matcha powder (we love the kind sold in Trader Joe’s that comes in individual packs) into your normal pancake mix in a large mixing bowl! I use an egg-less, just add water mix for my crew’s waffles and pancakes, so I just added a few tablespoons of Matcha powder to about 3 cups of my waffles mix. Next I added water (since my mix only calls for that!) and mixed vigorously with a spoon until the mixture was well blended.
Next, heat your waffle iron and be sure to spray it with non-stick spray, coconut oil, or whatever you love to use. Scoop on about 1/4 cup of mix onto each section of your waffle iron, and then cook.
Let the waffles cool just a bit on a rack then decorate with candy!
To Make the Eyes:
Cut a marshmallow in half and then on each half press a chocolate chip into the center. Press the pointy-side of the chocolate chip into the marshmallow so the flat side looks like a pupil.
To Make the Mouth:
Break a kit-kat in half (to form one stick) for a mouth or use Snickers cut into cross sections so the peanuts look like funny teeth! Smoother with syrup and then serve up your ghoulish breakfast treats and enjoy!
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