Since I often make food for the same people and they have limited food they will eat, it sometimes takes a lot of creative thinking to come up with new ideas for my meals. My 11 year old nephew likes fruit and waffles. Somehow I came up with making waffle flags. I enjoyed creating this series and he liked eating these fun flags. Some of these were served for breakfast and some for lunch.
Top: Flag of Canada – waffle, fruit flat, maple leaf cut with mini cookie cutter
Bottom Left: Broccoli
Bottom Right: Mixed nuts
Top: Flag of Finland – waffle, blueberries
Bottom Left: Red bell pepper
Bottom Right: Cashews
Top: Flag of France – waffle, blueberries, raspberries
Bottom Left: Rhubarb crumb cake
Bottom Right: Maple syrup
My nephew wanted to try dill pickles in a meal but we both would not recommend it for many reasons – smell and juice from pickles.
Top: Flag of Denmark – waffle, raspberries
Bottom Left: Dill pickles, syrup
Bottom Right: Peanuts
Top: Flag of Israel – waffle, blueberries, Cheddar cheese cut with cookie cutter and decorated with food coloring marker
Bottom Left: Potato and green bell pepper hash brown potatoes baked in a muffin tin
Bottom Right: Star of David – Cheddar cheese cut with cookie cutter
Top: Flag of Panama – waffle, blueberries, raspberries, cheese stars cut with cookie cutter and colored with food coloring markers
Bottom Left: Raspberry yogurt
Bottom Right: Granola
I hope that you now have some easy and fun ideas to make your waffle into a flag. If you make some, please share your photo with me.