Homemade Pumpkin Spice Waffles

Tasty Pumpkin Spice Waffles with Maple Syrup Nothing is better than a cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast on a crisp fall morning. If you are into pumpkin and breakfasts, these homemade pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour,…

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A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

Tasty Pumpkin Spice Waffles with Maple Syrup

Nothing is better than a cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast on a crisp fall morning. If you are into pumpkin and breakfasts, these homemade pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. You heard me, I really got this maple syrup from NH.

I opted for the pure maple syrup instead of sugar in this pumpkin waffle recipe. First, maple syrup is perfect for the fall season. Second, maple syrup brings out the best in pumpkins! Third, it is healthier than white or brown sugar. So, why not?

Parked with flavorful pumpkin goodness and all the good stuff you need, these homemade pumpkin waffles will not disappoint, just like my whole wheat pumpkin muffins with oats or my healthy pumpkin bread. You are indeed in for a treat!

A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

Does New Hampshire Have Good Maple Syrup?

Yes, New Hampshire has good maple syrup! Okay, a little about my current obsession – the New Hampshire Maple Syrup! I visited Manchester, New Hampshire, a few months ago, and one of the souvenirs I got for myself was the original maple syrup! Everyone I know has spoken only good things about the Maple Syrup from New Hampshire and Vermont. So, I had to get it, and boy-oh-boy, it did not disappoint.

This post is not a sponsored post, but I think I have an obligation to share as I have enjoyed using this product! And I will buy it again. And when I considered making my seasonal fall pumpkin waffles as part of my kids’ back-to-school freezer breakfasts, it became an obvious choice!

A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

Can Waffles Be Healthy?

Yes, waffles can be healthy. These homemade pumpkin spice waffles are healthish because they are made with wholesome and nutritious ingredients. The healthiness of any waffle recipe, just like any dish, depends on the ingredients. From pumpkin purée to yogurt to maple syrup, this waffle recipe is a healthier option than the majority of other recipes out there on the internet streets!

A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

Why You Will Love This Homemade Pumpkin Spice Waffles  

  1. It is easy to make 
  2. Your house will smell like fall when you are making them!
  3. Homemade pumpkin spice waffles are freezer-friendly. Make sure to scroll down to see how I pack them before freezing. I typically triple-batch for those busy mornings, especially during the school year.
  4. This waffle recipe is healthy and does not require white or brown sugar. 
  5. We substituted sugar for the original maple syrup; this added more fall flavor.
  6. Perfect cozy festive breakfast for the entire family!
  7. This is a great way to get the kids to eat vegetables. 
  8. Packed with nutritious ingredients and vitamins. Pumpkins are high in fiber and potassium. It can be excellent for lowering high blood pressure!
  9. These homemade pumpkin spice waffles are another way to enjoy the amazingness of fall flavors! 
  10. And who says you can’t enjoy this as a fall dessert? You sure can! 
  11. These can become your new fall breakfast tradition, so it’s worth it! 
A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

Tools/Equipment You Will Need 

Belgian waffle iron/waffle maker
I use this big Belgian waffle maker

Ingredients for Homemade Pumpkin Spice Waffle Recipe

All-purpose flour, Almond flour, Pumpkin puree (homemade or canned), Milk, Yogurt, Eggs, Original Maple syrup (I used New Hampshire Maple Syrup), Salted butter, Baking powder, Baking soda, Pumpkin spice, Vanilla extract, Salt, Cinnamon and Freshly grated nutmeg

How to Make Easy Pumpkin Spice Waffles At Home (Step-by-Step): 

To be honest, making these healthy pumpkin waffles is a walk in the park; they come together so quickly. If you are ready, let’s do it!

  1. Gather all the ingredients.

    It is essential to have everything you need for the recipe.

  2. Combine the Wet Ingredients.

    Add all the wet ingredients (pumpkin puree, milk, yogurt, eggs, maple syrup, butter, and vanilla extract) into a bowl, then use a whisk to combine. Set aside.Add all the wet ingredients (pumpkin puree, milk, yogurt, eggs, maple syrup, butter, and vanilla extract) into a bowl, then use a whisk to combine.

  3. Mix the Dry Ingredients.

    Add all the dry ingredients (all-purpose flour, almond flour, baking powder, baking soda, pumpkin spice, salt, cinnamon, and freshly grated nutmeg) into a bowl. Then, use a fork, mix, and set aside.Add all the dry ingredients (all-purpose flour, almond flour, baking powder, baking soda, pumpkin spice, salt, cinnamon, and freshly grated nutmeg) into a bowl. Then, use a fork, mix, and set aside.

  4. Combine the Wet and Dry Ingredients. 

    Take the dry ingredients and add them to the wet ingredients. Use a spatula to mix. However, do not over-mix this batter!

  5. Preheat Waffle Maker/Iron:

    Ensure your waffle maker is connected/plugged to power and preheated. The indicator light should be green.

  6. Cook your Pumpkin Waffles using a Waffle Maker. 

    Grease your waffle maker or slightly spray using oil spray. Using a scoop/ladle, add batter to the waffle maker and close it. The indicator light will show red after adding the batter and closing. These instructions pertain to how I typically use my Belgian waffle maker. Please ensure to follow your waffle iron’s manufacturer’s directions.A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

  7. Cook to Doneness and Enjoy! 

    Allow your pumpkin spiced waffles to cook until done. The indicator light should immediately turn green when it’s ready. Immediately remove and place on the cooling rack to cool.A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

Tips/Recipe Notes:

  1. Do not over-mix the batter.
  2. The batter may seem “thick,” please do not panic and add unnecessary excess liquid. Make the first batch and taste before deciding if you want a more loose batter.
  3. You will need the baking powder and baking soda for fluffy, light pumpkin waffles. 
  4. Follow your waffle maker’s direction when cooking your waffle. I have/use the Belgian waffle maker.
  5. Allow your waffles to cool completely before storing. 
  6. If you use unsalted butter, you may need to add more salt to this recipe. 
  7. Waffle irons/makers usually have a light indicator that helps to determine when the batter is cooked. The light will be red when your batter is raw and green when ready.
  8. Please note that your waffle iron will ultimately determine the number of waffles you make with this batter.
  9. Pack leftover/cooled waffles in a ziplock bag, label them, and freeze them for up to 90 days. 
A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

Topping Ideas for Pumpkin Spice Waffles:

Maple syrup: This New Hampshire maple syrup came through when it was time to enjoy the waffles. A slight drizzle goes a long way! 

Pumpkin butter: One of our fall favorites is pumpkin butter, and we love it here because we can put it on everything! Smash healthy pumpkin on these waffles, bread, and rolls. 

Chopped Nuts: Any chopped nut would surely give these pumpkin waffles an added texture. Pecans are excellent for the fall season. I had walnuts on hand, and I used them! Almonds are great, too! 

Caramelized apple slices: You can quickly caramelize some slices of apples with a bit of butter, cinnamon, and a pinch of salt and pour them on your wholesome pumpkin waffles. 

Butter: They say everything gets better with butter. You can top your pumpkin spice waffles with butter for much deliciousness! 

Nut Butter: You can smash any nut butter of choice on these cozy waffles. Pecan butter, peanut butter, and almond butter are some nut nutters to consider. 

Fresh Fruits: Fresh fruits are fantastic toppings for waffles and pancakes. 

A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

What to Serve with Homemade Pumpkin Spice Waffles:

  1. You can fry or scramble some eggs and enjoy it with your waffles. This is one of our surefire ways to enjoy these pumpkin waffles! 
  2. Breakfast sausages and bacon. My kids always like bacon with their waffles.
  3. Yogurt is better than ice cream, especially if you want to eat healthier! 
  4. Air-fried chicken. Some people enjoy fried chicken and waffles. I recommend air-fryer chicken and waffles instead. 
A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

How to Freeze Pumpkin Waffles/Store Leftovers 

These pumpkin waffles can keep well in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

Personally, I recommend double-batching this recipe to freeze and use for later. Waffles are great for breakfasts and brunches. And comes in handy for those busy weekday or weekend mornings! 

To freeze pumpkin waffles, first ensure that they are completely cooled. Then, pack them in the gallon freezer ziplock bags; I typically add 8 waffles in a gallon ziplock bag. Note that Belgian waffle makers are bigger than regular waffle irons.

If your waffles are completely cooled, you can stack them in freezer bags. Label them with name /date and any other information necessary. These waffles can last up to 90 days in the freezer. 

A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

Waffle FAQs:

What’s the Difference Between a Waffle and a Pancake?

The difference between a waffle and a pancake is the ratio of the ingredients. Typically, waffles and pancakes contain the same kind of ingredients, such as flour, eggs, milk, etc. However, the ratio of the measurement will differ. I have not tried to use this batter to make pancakes. Check out this oatmeal pancakes recipe.

What is the Secret of Making Crispy Waffles?

The secret to making crispier and lighter waffles is milk instead of buttermilk. Buttermilk is dense milk; on the other hand, milk is lightweight and will make the waffles crisp and light!

How Do You Know Your Waffles Are Cooked?

The light indicator on your waffle iron/maker shows when the waffles finish cooking. When the light turns green, your waffles are done and ready to come out! When you add batter to the waffle iron, that same should be red.

A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

HOW TO MAKE PUMPKIN WAFFLES

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A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

Pumpkin Spice Waffles (Fluffy + Easy)

  • Author: Nkechi Ajaeroh, MPH
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 25 minutes
  • Yield: 25 minutes 1x
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Waffle Iron
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Vegetarian

Description

A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these homemade pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and nutritious! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.


Ingredients

Scale

Instructions

  1. Gather all the ingredients. It is essential to have everything you need for the recipe. 
  2. Combine the Wet Ingredients. Add all the wet ingredients (pumpkin puree, milk, yogurt, eggs, maple syrup, butter, and vanilla extract) into a bowl, then use a whisk to combine. Set aside. Add all the wet ingredients (pumpkin puree, milk, yogurt, eggs, maple syrup, butter, and vanilla extract) into a bowl, then use a whisk to combine. 
  3. Mix the Dry Ingredients. Add all the dry ingredients (all-purpose flour, almond flour, baking powder, baking soda, pumpkin spice, salt, cinnamon, and freshly grated nutmeg) into a bowl. Then, use a fork, mix, and set aside. Add all the dry ingredients (all-purpose flour, almond flour, baking powder, baking soda, pumpkin spice, salt, cinnamon, and freshly grated nutmeg) into a bowl. Then, use a fork, mix, and set aside. 
  4. Combine the Wet and Dry Ingredients. Take the dry ingredients and add them to the wet ingredients. Use a spatula to mix. However, do not over-mix this batter!  
  5. Preheat Waffle Maker/Iron: Ensure your waffle maker is connected/plugged to power and preheated. The indicator light should be green. 
  6. Cook your Pumpkin Waffles using a Waffle Maker. Grease your waffle maker or slightly spray using oil spray. Using a scoop/ladle, add batter to the waffle maker and close it. The indicator light will show red after adding the batter and closing. These instructions pertain to how I typically use my Belgian waffle maker. Please ensure to follow your waffle iron’s manufacturer’s directions. A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.
  7. Cook to Doneness and Enjoy! Allow your pumpkin spiced waffles to cook until done. The indicator light should immediately turn green when it’s ready. Immediately remove and place on the cooling rack to cool. A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients. 

Notes

Do not over-mix the batter.

The batter may seem “thick,” please do not panic and add unnecessary excess liquid. Make the first batch and taste before deciding if you want a more loose batter.

You will need the baking powder and baking soda for fluffy, light pumpkin waffles.

Follow your waffle maker’s direction when cooking your waffle. I have/use the Belgian waffle maker.

Allow your waffles to cool completely before storing.

If you use unsalted butter, you may need to add more salt to this recipe.

Waffle irons/makers usually have a light sensor that helps to determine when the batter is cooked. The light will be red when your batter is raw and green when ready.

Please note that your waffle iron will ultimately determine the number of waffles you make with this batter.

Work in batches until you cook all your waffle batter.

Pack leftover/cooled waffles in a ziplock bag, label them, and freeze them for up to 90 days.

Keywords: Pumpkin, Fall recipes, Pumpkin recipes, Waffles, Healthy Waffle recipes, Fall Season, Breakfast Recipe, Freezer-friendly

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A cozy, warm, inviting pumpkin breakfast, these healthy pumpkin spice waffles check all the boxes. Easy, fluffy, cozy and healthy! This easy recipe of pumpkin spice waffles combines all-purpose flour, almond flour, pumpkin puree, yogurt, pumpkin spices, and the extraordinary New Hampshire maple syrup. To keep it healthier, I chose the original maple syrup instead of sugar in this healthy pumpkin waffle recipe. These pumpkin spice waffles are healthy because they are made with wholesome fall ingredients.

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17 Comments

  1. The flavors here are pumpkin spice perfection! I’m 100% in the mood for everything fall right now, so these were a wonderful treat!

  2. Warm spices and flavors, this is a fantastic Fall flavored breakfast. Can’t wait to make these for my family.

  3. These were the best way to kick off pumpkin season. I will definitely be making them again.

  4. Carrie Robinson says:

    What a fantastic idea for breakfast on a fall morning! 🙂 And I just love that these are healthier.

  5. Enjoyed this for breakfast this morning and started my day off right! Turned out light, fluffy and hands down delicious; a great recipe for fall!

  6. There is nothing better than pumpkin spice! These were delcious.

  7. So so fluffy! Such a wonderful start to the day and especially for fall. I love the use of the yogurt too to add to that texture.

  8. Sounds delicious! A recipe that I have must of the ingredients for already.

  9. I love making these waffles on weekend mornings! They smell amazing and the kids always hop right out of bed when they’re hot and ready to eat!