A Waffle

This morning Tim and I rode our bikes up to Flavorspot for vegan waffles wrapped around a vegan sausage with maple syrup. This was our first time visiting Flavorspot and definitely not our last. The waffles were huge, and the fillings delicious. It was a cold morning and the hot waffle kept me warm, and left me contemplating a second (which I decided against because riding my bike with a tummy upset is a bad idea). Here is a photo of Tim enjoying his brekkie:

There are lots of other filling options, but they aren’t all listed on the menu and we are afraid to ask about them because we are socially inept losers… Cool losers.

We also took time in the afternoon to make a big batch of homemade pitas. I love how methodical the whole process is; it’s almost hypnotic. I have posted about pitas before, with a lot more photos, here. Usually when we make pitas, we freeze individual balls of unbaked dough. This time, we baked all of the pita dough, and froze about half of them (the recipe we use makes about 16).

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19 thoughts on “A Waffle

  1. That is quite a haul! What a fun idea. So many pretty homemade things – and sweet tater butter? You’ll have to tell us what it tastes like!
    Those waffles look so yummy…and I hear you, from one shy hipster to another.

  2. What a great swap! I never heard of potato butter.

    Indeed, the waffles look quite huge and yummy as does the pita stack. Homemade pita is so great.

  3. I find it incredibly amusing that you got granola in the swap package considering what is going to be on its way from me to you really soon.
    your pitas have me hypnotized too. and I didn’t even have to make’em!

  4. Okay, where do I begin??

    The vegan waffles and homemade pitas look and sound delish; and I’m completely MESMERIZED by the contents of what you received in the swap!! The Spiced Autumn Granola, Sweet Potato Butter (I’ve never heard of it before either!!), Lemon Peel… holy yum!!

    And the homemade crafts are too cute!! :-D

    Oooh, I LOOOVE your stash of homemade jam and hazelnuts – yum!!

  5. I’m also totally intrigued by that butter! And the homemade granola and crafts are just lovely–very cool earrings!

    The pitas you made are perfect, and those waffles sound fantastic, too!

  6. OMG that waffle with sausage and maple syrup sounds to die for! What a cool post, I loved reading all the tidbits and sweet potato butter?? Never heard of it but now I must get my hands on some!

  7. That stack of pita looks awesome! I eat lots of pita, but every time I try to make them myself, only half or less puff up, so it’s really disappointing… Maybe I just need to try a different recipe next time.

  8. waffles wrapped around sausage!? i want to move to portland SO BAD! and those pitas look so nice and soft and yummy. that package seems like the perfect box of awesomeness. filled to the brim with such nice things. that purse is so cool!

  9. I checked out the Flavorspot link that you provided on top, and I have to say that the waffle with V sausage looks absolutely droolicious :p The waffle with strawberries and ricemellow totally reminds me of a crepe… I’m feeling hungry now!

  10. btw, amy, i’m so glad you enjoyed your package! i’ve been dying for more peanut butter babas and ginge-o-ramas [they were instantly devoured between my boyfriend, my son, and i] since receiving your package. thankfully you have the recipes up…..

  11. Wowee who makes homemade pita? Totally cool. Neat booty too from your package swap. I have seen the meme on the freezer going around but mine is too embarrassing and actually currently kind of empty.

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