Pumpkin Cinnamon Waffles Recipe – Christmas in July

Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas in July!  It’s probably my favorite thing in July, next to fireworks, swimming pools and an awesome tan!

My family is “food oriented.” Meaning we are motivated, inspired and encouraged by food.  I may or may not have the tendency to eat my feelings as well, although as I get older I am getting better at expressing myself in a more healthy fashion. Anyways, one of my favorite foods during the holidays is this Pumpkin Cinnamon Waffles recipe.  It’s awesome for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Pumpkin Cinnamon Waffles Recipe

I often bake and cook from scratch, but sometimes, especially in a time crunch I use a mix. Bobs Red Mill is a great one to use.

Pumpkin Cinnamon Waffles Recipe


For about 4 waffles use:

  • 1 cup of waffle mix
  • 1 egg (check out the cool egg from my neighbors coop! It’s blue! White eggs will also work for this recipe.)  ;)
  • ½ cup pumpkin puree, you can skip the oil because of the pumpkin puree. (In my most crunchy and time abundant  state, I will use puree from a fresh cooked pumpkin)
  • ¾ cup water, use more as needed.


Mix everything together.


The secret ingredient is Cinnamon Bark oil!  We love this stuff! If you choose to use an essential oil, be sure it is a brand that you can ingest internally!  Not all oils are created equal!  Put about 5 drops in your mix.

Mix everything altogether and pour a scoop on to a hot waffle iron.


Plate and enjoy!

Notes:  We have found that our favorite thing on this is applesauce (!!??)  or whipped cream.  They are both wonderful and enhance the flavor of the waffles. :)

Pumpkin Cinnamon Waffles Recipe

About Tricia Crookston

Tricia Crookston is a disciple of all things natural health and vibrant living. She believes that organic chocolate, epsom salt baths and free range chicken eggs are the answers to nearly everything. She is also the creator of TheNourish.com is a Certified Holistic Health Coach who specializes in provide health solutions and happiness with essential oils. When she is not happily laboring over the creation of amazing new articles or consulting with clients, she is tending her 2 year old who also happens to be her guinea pig for many of her healthy experiments. Join her for a free webinar focusing on effectively using essential oils on Facebook, Twitter, and at TheNourish.com.


Pumpkin Cinnamon Waffles Recipe – Christmas in July — 24 Comments

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  13. Stopping by from Pure Grace Farms to let you know I am featuring your recipe today on my Monday Morning Review (sometime before noon). Love your recipe.

  14. These look delicious! Thank you so much for sharing them over at Wake Up Wednesday!I featured them today on my blog in a round up of recipes from the party!

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  16. These look scrumptious!!! Can you use something other than the cinnamon bark oil? I’ve been having a hard time finding more.

  17. Hopped over from Fancy This Fridays Link Party! I was wondering what I would make for breakfast and you saved the day:) Thanks!

  18. Thanks for coming and linking up at #The Weekend Social. Please be sure to come back next week starting Thursdays at 9PM EST on Kitchen Dreaming.com ! I hope to see you there! Pinned
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  19. Delicious! Pumpkin really is one of my favorite flavors in baked goods. What a terrific recipe. Thank you for linking at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you again next week.