Nature’s Path Buckwheat Waffles (Wildberry flavour)

By Amanda S., Gluten Free Edmonton

I am a person who often eats the same thing for breakfast every day during the week. I am also very fortunate to have a husband who enjoys cooking and trying new things. He often takes advantage of my desire (aka: need) to sleep in late on weekends and puts on his adventurous meal prep hat (not really) to whip up something different and exciting for breakfast on weekends.

While today is a weekend, I pressed for the so-called “regular” breakfast. While I did not have my standard toast breakfast I did still have a slight variation. I tried the Nature’s Path Buckwheat waffles, in wild berry flavour for the first time. I realize I was not really allowing for any adventurous eating to occur this particular weekend, but c’mon a girl can choose to change her mind can’t she?

These waffles are by no way a new product, but they were new to me. Nature’s Path is a company based out of Richmond, BC (go Canada!) They have 3 different facilities where they make their products, one in Delta, BC, Blaine, WA and Sussex, WI. Nature’s path started in 1949, when Gwen and Rupert Stephen’s purchased their organic berry farm. Check out the nature’s path website to see the full story of this company.

I really enjoyed these gluten free waffles. They were flavourful and not loaded with sugar. They were light and super easy of course to prepare. All you do is pop them in the toaster oven, can’t get much easier than that. If you haven’t tried them yet I would recommend you give them a try and let us know what you think.

They come in other flavours as well, such as regular and mesa sunrise which for anyone who does not know is also one of the Nature’s Path popular gluten free cereals.

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  1. I LOVE these waffles! I keep an "emergency" stash in the freezer at all times. I haven't had the other flavors, I stick to the wildberry because it's so good, but I imagine they're excellent as well :)


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