Cutest Christmas Tree Oat & Almond Waffles

Want a fun, easy & healthy breakfast idea for kids this Holiday season? Look no further. These cute Christmas Tree Oat & Almond Waffles are the perfect Holiday breakfast that will make your kids so excited and happy!

Christmas Tree Waffles - Want a fun, easy & healthy breakfast idea for kids this Holiday season? These Cute Christmas Tree Waffles are the perfect Holiday breakfast that will make your kids so excited and happy!

These cute Christmas Tree shaped Waffles are toddler and mommy approved and will be devoured within minutes by everyone in your family.

I saw this idea somewhere on Pinterest and I just knew I had to make something similar for my waffle-loving toddler albeit with a healthier twist. My little one was so thrilled when he saw these and absolutely loved them. Now he has been asking me to make them every single day.

All you need are a few very simple ingredients, one bowl, and your Christmas Tree Waffles will be ready in no time.

They have no refined flour in them and are gluten-free so they are perfect for anyone with gluten intolerance. They also have no added sugar in them (I have used honey to sweeten them up) so they are pretty healthy.

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To make it a little more festive and to make it look like a Christmas Tree, all I did was add a few drops of green food coloring to the waffle batter. Then once the waffles were done, I cut them into triangle shapes and arranged them to look like a Christmas Tree.

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You can freeze them and then warm them up whenever you need them – they make for a quick breakfast especially on busy days.

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While I have used equal parts oat flour & almond flour in these Christmas Tree Waffles, you can skip the almond flour completely and just use oat flour instead if you are looking for a nut-free version.

Trust me  – once you make these, you probably won’t go back to making regular waffles!

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To make oat flour, just put regular oats in the blender and mix it till it turns into a fine powder.

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Cutest Christmas Tree Waffles


  • Oat flour - 1/2 cup
  • Almond Flour - 1/2 cup (I have used blanched almond flour)
  • Eggs - 2
  • Milk - 1/3 cup
  • Honey - 4 tbsp
  • Vanilla Extract - 1/2 tsp
  • Baking Powder - 1/2 tsp
  • Green food coloring - 3-4 drops


  1. Mix all the dry ingredients together. Then add eggs, milk & vanilla extract and mix properly with a whisk. Add 3-4 drops of green food coloring in the batter. Stir and see if you get the desired green color If not, you can add an extra 1-2 drops.
  2. Heat your waffle maker and lightly grease it with oil.
  3. Pour in the waffle mix in the waffle maker. Do not over pour as it can cause the mixture to come out of the waffle maker. Cook for 2-3 minutes or until it is properly cooked (time will vary depending on your waffle maker)
  4. Top your waffles with honey or maple syrup if you want them to be completely sugar-free.
  5. You can even add whipped cream/ sprinkles and fruits of your choice and serve.


These waffles aren't overly sweet. If you would like them to be on the sweeter side, you can add a little more honey in them. You can add 1 or 2 tbsp more honey in the batter and then top it with more honey/ maple syrup once the waffles are ready to be served.

If you find your batter to be a bit thicker than you'd like, you can add 1-2 tbsp of more milk in it.

You can substitute regular milk with oat milk/ almond milk if you want to make these dairy-free.

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I hope you try making this healthier version of waffles – if you make them, do let me know whether you enjoyed them. Also, before you go, there is one more thing I would like to share with you –

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