I realized the other day that I rarely eat dinner for dinner. Instead, I eat breakfast. And since I don’t eat breakfast for breakfast, I crave breakfast for dinner. Talk about a tongue twister on that one.
Not sure if this is normal. Actually, I know it’s not normal. But breakfast is just so much easier to make after a long day at work. Amen? Amen.
One of these breakfast items that I live off of are waffles. Usually just from the boxed mix. You know, the fancy stuff. Or if I get real ambitious, I make a homemade batter. But that doesn’t happen often. Let’s get real. Honestly, as long as I have a handful of strawberries to go along with them, I’m a happy camper.
So one day, I got the urge to figure out a way to bring waffles on the go. In hopes of maybe being able to make them before work and take them for the drive. So I set out to make waffle kabobs.
I will say that it took me a little longer to make these than expected. And by the time I got everything cut up, my waffle kabob was cold. So, I probably won’t be making these in the morning before work. But let’s face it, I don’t wake up early enough to make breakfast. Extra sleep > making breakfast. Besides, who needs to have breakfast for breakfast when you still have dinner ahead of you?
Well, I’m off to go get a bowl of cereal. At 1 am. I told you I wasn’t kidding with this mealtime identity crisis….