Pumpkin Pie Spiced Waffles

Pumpkin Pie Spiced WafflesI love getting free samples of different food products, it’s one of the many perks of being a food blogger. I was recently sent a few boxes of different Kodiak Cakes products. My kids were really looking forward to trying the flapjack/waffle mix. I was happy to see that Kodiak Cakes use whole grains in their mixes. My kids love vanilla, pumpkin pie spice, and cinnamon added to their pancakes and waffles so I added a bit to this mix. The waffles were light, fluffy, and absolutely delicious. My kids and husband all really, really loved these waffles and I must say they were so easy to make! Thanks, Kodiak Cakes.

Side note: I’ll be taking a three-day weekend to go to the beach… see you on Tuesday.

Pumpkin Pie Spiced Waffles:


  • 1 cup of Kodiak Cakes waffle/pancake mix
  • 1 cup of COLD water
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon

Pumpkin Pie Spiced Waffles

How to Make Pumpkin Pie Spiced Waffles

Preheat waffle iron.

Mix all ingredients together until well combined.

Once the waffle iron is hot, coat it with cooking spray. Pour enough waffle batter onto the waffle iron making sure to cover it but being careful not to let it overflow. Close the waffle iron lid and cook until they are golden brown, 2-3 minutes (depending on waffle iron).

Serve with butter and maple syrup. Enjoy.

Pumpkin Pie Spiced Waffles

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  1. We love waffles at our house! It always fun to try different flavors. This looks like a great one!

  2. Pumpkin pie waffles! yummmmmmmmm i love pumpkin and waffles, but never got around to trying them together!

  3. I'm thinking of buying the Kodiak Cakes since many blogs have been making them but I can't find the nutritional information at all!! Would you mind sharing it with me? I'm curious on the serving to calories, carbs, and sugar.

    Enjoy your time at the beach. I'm itching to see some ocean since the weather is becoming so nice!

  4. Wow – I just stumbled across your blog when I was searching for a chicken soup recipe. What a fabulous site – will be bookmarking you for sure 🙂

  5. Waffles are one of my favorite things and yours look perfect! I love the spices in there, I'm definitely trying that next time I make some.

  6. Yum I love waffles! My kids like pancakes better though so thats what we do alot of:)
    The Peppered Pantry~

  7. I woke up this morning, coincidentally, and asked myself why I hadn't made waffles in what feels like a decade. Now I have no excuse. I've heard such good things about kodiak cakes!

  8. The BEACH???!!!??? You lucky ducky, you! I think we're living the good life because it got to be 60 degrees here! Great waffles, by the way, but I'm still stuck on you going to the beach! Have fun!

  9. hooray for waffles! i love 'em, but they're useless to me without copious maple syrup (and cinnamon). lovely images, pam, and have a splendid time at the beach!

  10. I hope they come to Canada – this would be perfect for my daughter in university. I bought her a Cinderella waffle maker.

  11. OK that's it, I've packed my bags and I'm going to come and join your family. Well, once you're back from the beach I guess! Have fun! 😀

  12. I hope you had a great holiday, Pam 🙂 I love spiced pastries, even though it's not really the "season" for it any longer. Deliciousness knows no season!

  13. Love the spices you've added to a basic mix. I'll keep my eye open for this brand, Pam. Thanks for the recommendation. I could go for a plate of those waffles right now.

  14. With the kids off this week, I definitely will be trying these out in the morning. I love anything pumpkin so I hope these are a hit with the kids as well.