Happy Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day  - 11th March 2023

It’s time to celebrate National Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day! This special day is the perfect excuse to get your family together and get creative in the kitchen. Making oatmeal nut waffles can be a great way to bring happiness into your home and make some delicious memories along the way.

Exploring the History of Oatmeal Nut Waffles

Oatmeal nut waffles are a breakfast favorite that have been enjoyed by generations of families. The history of oatmeal nut waffles is an interesting one, and exploring their origins can give us a glimpse into the evolution of breakfast foods as we know them today.

The first recorded use of oats in food dates back to ancient China and Egypt. Oats were primarily used for medicinal purposes or religious purposes, but eventually found their way into the culinary world. In the 18th century, Scottish oatcakes became popular as a staple breakfast food, and this inspired other countries to experiment with oats in different ways. It was during this time that the idea of incorporating oats into waffle batter came about.

The addition of nuts to oatmeal nut waffles was likely influenced by European cuisine, where nuts were commonly used in sweet dishes like pastries and cakes.

The background of National Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day

Pilgrims are credited with introducing waffles to America. According to legend, they trace back to Ancient Greece. They referred to their waffles as obleios or wafers and cooked them between two heated metal plates. They were also cheese and herb flavoured. People have enjoyed waffles made with butter and waffle irons, which give them their distinctive shape, for centuries.

The original waffle recipe only included flour and water; consequently, many street vendors sold waffles during fasting seasons. The recipe was eventually modified to include eggs, butter, milk, and honey.

What could be better than combining waffles with another breakfast staple, oatmeal, for breakfast? Certainly, you heard correctly. Imagine the exquisite combination of waffles and oatmeal that would be a treat for your taste senses. Traditional oatmeal cookie flavors can be transferred to oatmeal almond waffles.

How to celebrate National Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day

If you're wondering how to properly celebrate, don't worry - we've got you covered. With our expert tips, you'll be able to make the most of this exciting holiday.

Firstly, it's important to start with a high-quality waffle maker. Whether you prefer Belgian or traditional waffles, investing in a good waffle maker will ensure that your oatmeal nut waffles turn out perfectly every time. Once you have your waffle maker ready, it's time to gather your ingredients. We recommend using rolled oats, chopped nuts (such as walnuts or pecans), flour, sugar, eggs, milk and butter for the perfect combination of taste and texture.

Some food favorites would be wonderful to use as toppings. Try peanut butter and bananas or fresh fruit slices with a dab of cream or honey. Your imagination is all that is needed to make this recipe, and holiday, a family favorite.

Did you know?

In North America, to waffle can also mean to frequently changing one’s opinion.

In the United Kingdom, waffle also refers to conversations about trivial matters.


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