Kid Friendly Recipe: Simple Three Ingredient Cheese Waffles with Peas

Kid Friendly Recipe: Simple Three Ingredient Cheese Waffles with Peas
So simple, so tasty (Picture: Neha Gandesha/

Further down you’ll find my super easy recipe for cheese wafers with three ingredients, eggs and peas.

Whether you need a quick hearty breakfast, a tasty lunch or a simple snack, this recipe is ideal for kids and adults alike.

Feel free to swap out the veggies for one that works for you—small broccoli florets can be super tasty—then make these for lunch boxes, picnics, and whatever other occasion you like.

The waffles are ideal for little hands and add some fun to what is a fairly simple concoction.

But if you don’t have a waffle iron, don’t panic – you can use the same ingredients to make small cups in a muffin tray.

Recipe: Cheesy Waffles with Egg and Peas

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  • Two eggs
  • Handful of frozen peas
  • Handful of grated cheese


  1. Start beating the eggs until they are light and fluffy
  2. Boil your peas and drain them
  3. Add the peas and grated cheese to your beaten eggs and mix with a spoon, adding salt and pepper to taste
  4. Pour into a hot greased waffle iron, spread the peas with a spoon so they are evenly placed
  5. Let it cook, cut and serve!

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