National Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day
National oatmeal nut waffles day, yes there is an entire day dedicated to celebrating these particular types of waffles, it aims to observe the healthier version of a classic waffle as well as show the transitions we have made within the culinary industry. Oatmeal nut waffles are a way of enjoying the delicious taste of a childhood classic breakfast but in a more healthy and sustainable way by using oats and nuts as the batter.
When Is National Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day 2021
On March 11 oatmeal nut waffles day will be celebrated around the United States in which many health enthusiasts whip up delicious batches of these homemade favorites. You can celebrate too by making your very own version of waffles. Whilst the base of an oatmeal nut waffles is literally oatmeal and nuts, the toppings and endless varieties of them are what truly take these waffles to a whole other level. You can add fruit such as bananas and berries, maple syrup, honey, granola for crunch, vegan cream, and even plant-based ice cream.
Celebrating Oatmeal Nut Waffles
Oatmeal nut waffle day also celebrates the way veganism has overtaken the culinary industry and that we can now enjoy this century-old classic in a more eco-friendly, healthy, and plant-based way. Oatmeal is not only filling and delicious but also has many health benefits including
- Lowering cholesterol
- Reducing the risk of heart disease
- Reducing the risk of cancer
- Low in fat
- Low in calories
- Great source of fiber and iron
So grab a bunch of your best friends or family members and cook up a sweet and delicious storm in the kitchen, making them just as you like it! You can use our vegan waffle recipe or try one of your own. Don’t forget to take photos and share them on your social media pages by using the hashtag #OatmealNutWafflesDay to find fellow like-minded waffle enthusiasts, bring awareness and get others involved in oatmeal nut waffles day too!
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