waffle crazy

As this was my week to do snacks for onefish’s preschool class, I decided to make my [itty bitty kitty] honey waffles. I also made some banana flowers. You know, just in case someone didn’t want waffles.


What I didn’t plan on was how long it would take me to make an entire class-worth of [itty bitty kitty] waffles. Prepping and mixing [which I did the night before] only took about 15 min, but the actual cooking of the waffles was about an hour in the morning. It takes 4+ minutes to cook each batch of 4 [itty bitty kitty] waffles, and then about a couple minutes to take them out and refill. And, I made over 30 waffles each day. Both days, the plate came back like this:


The first day the plate came back completely empty, I was worried I hadn’t made enough waffles for the kids, but the teachers exchanged a slightly impish, knowing glance and admitted they had finished what was left over. I also overheard some of the kids talking their parents about the waffles. So, yeah… totally worth the effort.

  • Marlene says:

    You are the kind of Mother all the other Mothers hate. You set the bar mighty high for the snacks and now they have to ante up!

  • Laurie says:

    ZOMG!! Hello Kitty Waffles!!! Marlene is right…the other moms are going to hate you. 😉

    Those look SOOOOO good. You are the best mom ever.
    .-= Laurie´s last blog ..12 of 12 – September =-.

  • Kara says:

    OMG, how cute are the teeny accent bunnies?! I love to see other people’s bento creations, even if I’ve never quite been able to motivate myself to do it! I bet the preschoolers were over-the-moon at the cuteness of their snack!
    .-= Kara´s last blog ..Cheesy Cauliflower Pie =-.

  • Mick says:

    – I’ve had weeks like that! Praise God for the good things thuogh. What church do ya’ll go to? I had a customer tell me she went to your church but I forgot to ask which one! Beautiful photos as usual!April 6, 2011 8:20 pm

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