Kiwi Waffle

Kiwi Waffle Recipe: 

Last year I posted a recipe for spinach pancakes in the week before St. Patrick’s Day.  This year going with the greenish theme, I went with a kiwi waffle.  Kiwi Waffles don’t look as appealing as many other recipes, but how many green foods do?

I thought about just cutting them up and sticking them in the waffle, but as I was cutting it got messy, and they turned into a big pile of goo.  So I did what any normal human waffle creator would do…I pureed the kiwi and added them into the batter.

Kiwi Waffle Recipe Ingredients:

2/3 cup flour

2 eggs (I needed 2 to make sure the waffle stuck together)

1 tablespoon baking powder

Sweetener to choice (I added about 2 tsp of stevia)

3 pureed kiwis (as stuck into my magic bullet)

½-1 cup water.  (You can use milk of your choice including almond milk)

Kiwi Waffle Recipe Directions:

  1. Mix all dry ingredients together in a large bowl
  2. Add wet ingredients (including pure kiwi) together and mix in a separate mixing bowl.
  3. Add oatmeal and dry ingredients to the wet kiwi waffle ingredients.
  4. Pour into waffle iron and wait until golden brown.
  5. Serve with toppings of choice including more kiwi puree, maple syrup, chocolate chips, or whipped cream.


Pour rest of kiwi goo on top of your waffle.

Shamrock on.

Questions for you:

1.       Do you have any St. Patricks Day plans?

2.       Do you like kiwis? 


  1. I’ll be in Vermont next weekend, but no doubt I’ll be checking my phone constantly for race updates on how you do at Shamrock and see if your Dad BQ’s in the full!!!!

    I love Kiwis, I never would have thought to put them in waffles though! I like to just peel them and eat them plain, and I can totally demolish like 5 of them at once.

    1. I’ll be texting you! I’m more excited for dad than myself. Running alone gives me far too much time on my hands to think of weird things. True story.

  2. I need to get myself a waffle maker!
    Plans for St Paddy’s day….run the Rome marathon!! Then celebrate afterwards with 3 days of partying and holiday-ing in Italy until my 25th birthday on the 20th!

  3. I have never tried baking with fruit like that, i mean it sounds amazing. i am such a kiwi fan. My friend used to eat the skin which scared the jeebies out of me.

  4. I think the grosser the food looks, the better it tastes so I’m sure your waffle was delish! I’m not too big on St. Patty’s Day because I never really went out to drink until I puked or ran a St. Patty’s Day race or anything. I am a quarter Irish though so I guess it counts for something?

  5. I saw some one running with a Shamrock On shirt yesterday! Woo! I am running the DC rock n roll on st patties day then going to puppy training and probably drinking some green beer. I did a little pre st pattys day fun this weekend and it was great!

  6. I must admit I don’t like kiwi that much. Too hard to eat lol. I will be celebrating St Patty’s Day early with you my dear 😀

  7. I’ve honestly never had kiwis that much. It’s something I definitely need to try again tho! Looks good! I’ll be in NYC for my half on St Patrick’s day so I’m looking forward to experiencing that

  8. Hmmmmmm interesting combo. I love kiwis but they’re super high in potassium so I can’t have them very often. Plans for the weekend include a St. Patty’s day 5k.

  9. I love kiwis! I even eat the skin on them! But I’ve never thought of having them in pancakes or waffles! The recipe sounds great but I don’t know if I could handle a 1/2 cup of stevia! One or two drops was waaaay to sweet for me! I feel like a half cup would give me blisters in my mouth LOL!

  10. Kiwi is a great spring fruit–need to get some ASAP! I always set them straight up … come to think of it, I don’t think I’ve cooked or baked with them before.

  11. hahahaha I love this – totally fun and St. Patty’s day looking! And I definitely like kiwi better than even pineapples so I bet this would be right up my ally 😀

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