waffle jack-o-lanterns

*This is the last in a series of sponsored posts for Eggo brand waffles and the #EggoWaffleOff.  The recipes, thoughts and opinions are my own!*

Halloween is tomorrow…  Are you ready?

Or, like me, are you totally oblivious and a last-minute prepper for the ‘day of candy’?

I am actually not a big fan of Halloween, but I won’t begrudge my kids the chance to look adorable and beg for candy that I can later eat.  ;o)  I mean, that’s really what it’s all about, right?!

I am trying to get better at making special days a little more…  special.  I tend to be a little lazy on the special-stuff for my kids, especially if that special stuff means more work and more cleaning (which it usually does!).

But I am learning that if I focus on the little things, like making something I already have to do, a little more special, the memories are made and the kids are thrilled.  It really is the little things.  Like smiley faces on waffles.

So, how about this super-cute breakfast to start off the day?

eggo waffle jack-o-lanterns

My boys were so excited when they saw these “pumpkin smiley face waffles” as they called them.  And I was more than happy to enjoy a waffle slathered with chocolate-hazelnut spread for breakfast!  Yum!

Oh and hey!  And I have a fun little giveaway for you today!

Eggo is giving one of you a waffle gift basket…  with a coupon for a free box of waffles, an adorable Eggo t-shirt (that my almost 12 year old loves!), some cute Eggo plates, and a recipe book with some more fun Eggo waffle recipes!

All you need to do is enter in the box below!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

(Click here for the official giveaway rules!)

waffle jack-o-lanterns

Ingredients

  • 4 Eggo-brand frozen waffles
  • 1/3-1/2 cup chocolate-hazelnut spread
  • 1/2 cup or so, orange chocolate chips or other orange candies
  • 4 chocolate chips

Directions

Toast the waffles, well done, and spread them with a generous layer of chocolate-hazelnut spread.

Using orange-colored chocolate chips, or any other orange colored candy, design a jack-o-lantern face onto the waffle.

Press one chocolate chip into the top edge of each waffle for a stem. Serve immediately! :o)

https://sweetannas.com/2013/10/waffle-jack-o-lanterns.html

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Go check out the “Great Waffle-Off” on Eggo’s Facebook page to submit your own waffle-creations for the chance to win some fabulous prizes!

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