Gluten Free Waffle Brunch

Great for kids!

✨Awesome breakfasts don’t have to be hard to make! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

😃Start with the best gluten free waffle mix!

🍉Add colorful fresh fruits in fun shapes. We used a crinkle cutter for these fun fruit cut outs. I also like to add a few favorite fruits and a few new ones to try, like papaya!

🧇Add something to dip in – we used plain yogurt and Mt. Hope Farms  jam. Using plain yogurt and mixing in a fruit foward jam like Mt. Hope’s is a great way to control the amount of sugar that is in so many yogurts!

💨This spread took me 15 mins. start to finish and was a huge hit with kiddos and adults!

You could use this gluten free brunch idea for a fun get together with friends and family, a  brunch party, or for a simple breakfast at home. Build your own waffle board and add your favorite toppings like whipped cream, maple syrup, and even some fried eggs on the side!

The possibilities for breakfast or brunch are endless with our delicious gluten free waffle mix! Josie’s Best waffle mix works well in many different types of waffle irons including Belgian waffle irons.

Check out the fun video of us making these plates and get creative with your own ideas!

The History of Waffles

Waffles have a fascinating history that dates back centuries. These delicious treats have evolved over time to become a beloved breakfast and brunch staple enjoyed by people of all ages.

The origins of waffles can be traced back to ancient Greece, where chefs cooked flat cakes between two metal plates. However, the waffles we know today are more closely linked to the Middle Ages in Europe. During this time, waffles were often cooked over an open fire using two metal plates with wooden handles. The word “waffle” itself comes from the Dutch word “wafel,” which means “wafer.”

In the 18th century, waffles gained popularity in America thanks to Dutch settlers who brought their waffle-making traditions with them. Thomas Jefferson, one of America’s founding fathers and a waffle enthusiast, even brought a waffle iron back from France, helping to popularize waffles in the United States.

Waffles continued to evolve, with different regions and cultures adding their own unique twists to the classic recipe. In Belgium, the Brussels waffle became famous for its light and crispy texture, while the Liege waffle is known for its rich, sweet flavor thanks to the addition of pearl sugar.

Today, waffles are enjoyed in various forms around the world. Whether topped with fresh fruits, whipped cream, maple syrup, or savory ingredients like fried eggs, waffles offer a versatile canvas for culinary creativity.

The history of waffles is a testament to the enduring appeal of this beloved breakfast food. From ancient Greece to modern-day brunch tables, waffles have stood the test of time as a delicious and comforting treat that brings joy to people everywhere. So, the next time you indulge in a stack of fluffy waffles, remember the rich history behind this beloved breakfast classic.

SERVINGS 8 waffles
PREP TIME 15 minutes
COOK TIME 4 mins. per waffle (depending on size)


1 cup batch of Josie’s Best GF Waffle Mix

A variety of your favorite fruits chopped up

Your favorite toppings and/or dips




Cook the waffle per the instructions on the back of waffle mix bags

Chop up fruits and add dips and toppings to bowls and go for it!

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