We had our nephews overnight last night.
These 12-year-old boys can be picky about food, and we usually take them out for meals so that they can get what they want.
But I do make them breakfast.
The first thing in the morning, my question for them is always the same, “Pancakes or waffles?”
I know they do eat either one of them.
Of course I don’t tell them they are “vegan.”
(Well, one of the twins asked if they were, so I had to tell him. But he said “it tastes just like the regular waffles,” so I take it as a compliment (lol) with a relief.)
The one I’m posting here is not what I made for them, though.
They like their waffles plain, and today I noticed that they don’t even put butter on them.
So here was the waffle I made for myself after the boys finished their breakfast.
I was in a mood for some Japanese flavors, and Kinako (roasted soy powder) and Matcha instantly satisfy the craving.
I also sprinkled black sesame seeds.
The syrup was made with “black” sugar from Okinawa, which complemented the Kinako and Matcha perfectly.