So how on earth can garbanzo beans taste good in a sweet breakfast dish?
Exactly like this! You'll have to give them a try and discover the magic yourself. This may be one of the strangest breakfast concoctions I've ever made, but they turned out just right on the very first try, so that is always a good sign. Not to mention, they make the whole house smell amazing!
So where did we leave off last week? I believe it was just before my roommate and I ran the Happiest 5k on the Planet: The Color Run! If you haven't done this 5k before, I strongly suggest you do some research on when this awesome run comes to your city. This is my 3rd consecutive Color Run, and I don't plan on stopping any time soon! Although I may try and train just a tad before Round 4 because I don't remember the last time my legs were so sore!! To put things in perspective for you just a little bit, I'm not a runner. In fact, the last time I ran before last Saturday was proooobably the Color Run in 2013. (Is she serious?) Yepp. So you can imagine how terribly sore I was Sunday and Monday. I am just now starting to walk normally again. I've been rocking the awkward penguin strut for a few days now...my poor legs. But who's complaining when you get the chance to have rainbows throw up all over you and then glitter to top it off? Plus, we somehow ran the dang thing in about 30 minutes! Shout out to my awesome roomie for cheering us on the whole time.
I also forgot to mention last week that I was the co-photographer of my very first event! Talk about a huge step forward in my photography journey. Another little shout out to my friend Matt who gave me the opportunity to do this, and more importantly had total confidence in me when I didn't think I was ready. But in any case, it's gotten me so jazzed up, I just want to buy all the lenses, all the accessories, all the memory cards...and shoot ALL the things. Just everything. There isn't a place I don't go now that I don't wish I had my camera with me so I could capture the perfect shot and have that memory forever. More often than not, it's Arizona's nature being so dang beautiful. I can't help but feel total bliss outside; I'm such an outdoorsy, nature person to my core.
So let's do a photo shoot outside!
In the mean time, let's make these waffles!!
Prep time: 5-8 minutes
Cook time: about 25 (depends on waffle iron)
Total time: 30-40 minutes
Servings: 3 (makes 6-7 waffles)
Amount Per Serving: 2 waffles
Calories: 393 (without toppings)
And I leave you with these two naked waffles... ready to be dressed up with all of your favorite toppings! Bananas, strawberries, pecans, blueberries, cinnamon, honey, apples, almond butter... OH the possibilities!
I'd love to see how creative you can be when you make these waffles, so make sure to tag Sharing Every Bite on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter! And while these are a great way to start the day, I hope you are enjoying them for Brinner like me!