Chocolate Zucchini Waffle
Happy Monday, Friends! We are one week shy of Christmas. In the mix of menu planning, I came across this recipe I wrote during Thanksgiving with my oldest baby. For our Christmas breakfast, this Chocolate Zucchini Waffle recipe, of course, made the list again.
It’s so easy to make. 5 easy steps. If you’re looking for breakfast inspirations, just follow these simple steps and you’ll be on your way to help start your beautiful Monday Morning.
If you love chai tea, then this Zucchini Waffle is best enjoyed with this Sweet Monsoon Chai Tea
Whatever you’re facing in life, or whatever is coming in your future, God has already given you the faith for it.
Chocolate Zucchini Waffle
Easy to make Chocolate Zucchini Waffle. 5 easy steps. If you’re looking for breakfast inspirations, just follow these simple steps and you’ll be on your way to help start your beautiful morning.
- 1 ½ cup all-purpose flour
- 2 eggs room temperature
- ¼ tsp. salt
- 1 cup grated zucchini and 1 tbsp. grated zucchini
- ½ cups cocoa powder
- ½ tsp. nutmeg
- 1 cup almond milk
- ½ tsp. baking powder
- Lightly beat the eggs and milk in a separate bowl. Set aside.
- Peel and grate the zucchini. Place the grated zucchini in a clean dish towel, squeeze out the juice.
- In a medium-size bowl, mix the dry ingredients. Then add the zucchini to the dry ingredients.
- Add the milk and eggs mix to the zucchini bowl. Well combine.
- Using your measuring cup, pour 1 cup of the waffle mix into the waffle maker. Cook for 4-5 minutes. Repeat the steps until you have used all of the mixes. Makes about 3 large waffles. Enjoy with butter, Maple Syrup, and with fruits of your choice.
If you love chai tea, try these waffles with the Sweet Monsoon Chai Tea.
Serving: 4PeopleCalories: 371kcalCarbohydrates: 46.5gProtein: 11.3gFat: 18.5gSaturated Fat: 14.3gSodium: 194mgPotassium: 646mgFiber: 6.2gSugar: 3.1gCalcium: 60mgIron: 5.4mg
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I love waffles! Like, they are my all time favorite breakfast food! I think the flavors here are so delicious.
the flavor in these waffles must be awesome – I could enjoy them as much for dessert as breakfast
Sasmita Sahoo Samanta
Zucchini and chocolate combination is interesting and that too in waffle !!! WOW, awesome share indeed 🙂 Thank you for sharing
This looks like a great way to add veggies to an otherwise sweet breakfast. You are making me want a waffle iron Mimi! Le sigh! This is such a great idea for kids too.
Thank you! All the credit goes to my son. Thanks for reading.
I’ve been enjoying chocolate zucchini pancakes, but these waffles won my heart! And now I can’t wait to give this a try. More chocolate, please 🙂
Ha-ha! I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for reading.
I love the idea of sneaking in a little zucchini! I bet it also adds some nice texture. Thanks for sharing! I’ll definitely give this a try ASAP.
Wow zucchini and chocolate sounds like an amazing combination. I need to get my waffle maker out and give this recipe a go!
Thank you! It is a good combination.
Wow, I have to try this. Sneaking in a vegetable in something sweet that kids will eat quickly. If I was to leave it up to my granddaughter, she would only eat corn. It’s a struggle and fight to get her to eat any veggie. I will give this a try and let you know how it went.
Thank you, Christine.
Haha you little chef must be a genius because this sounds and looks delicious! Love waffles for breakfast 🙂
hahha yes, he’s learning his way around the kitchen at a young age 🙂
Chocolate zucchini waffles … now yer talkin’! I’ll take a stack of those! I’m wonderfing if a little cornstarch in the batter might allow for that nice crisp outer crust? I can’t wait to try these!
I love these! I’m always looking for ways to add more vegetables in my girls diets and this is the perfect way because they love anything chocolate. Can’t wait to make these!
Adriana Lopez Martin
I have eaten zucchini sweet bread but never have had waffles like this. They look amazing, a great way to add veggies to the meals. The chocolate must be a nice touch too. Now I need breakfast =)
Thank you! All the credit goes to my little guy!
What a great way to sneak in vegetable into your food and of course for the kids!
Never in a million years would I ever think to do zucchini waffles! What a concept. If your 7-year old came up with it, you’ve got to do it, right?! I’ve got some extra zucchini in my fridge, I’ll have to give this a try
Yum, these would be great for the weekend brunch. I bet I could even fool the grandkids with this one. They would never think it contained zucchini!!
When I first read zucchini waffles I thought it was a joke. It looks super yummi and I am definitely gonna test it. Thanks for sharing.
Hahaha! That’s funny. My 7-year-old son who thinks he’s a chef came up with this idea during Thanksgiving. At first, I thought the same thing too and wondering how in the world would this taste. Because I did not want to hurt his feelings by saying “no thanks”, I just decided to go with it. I am so glad I did.Thanks for reading Claudia 🙂