Water, brown rice flour*, potato starch*, yellow corn flour*, soy oil*, tapioca starch*, evaporated cane juice*, buckwheat flour*, blueberry pieces* [fruit (apple juice*, blueberry*, apple puree*), evaporated cane juice*, rice flour*, palm kernel oil*, pectin, natural flavor, citric acid)], potato flour*, baking powder, soy lecithin*, natural blueberry flavor, sea salt. *Organic. Contains soy.
Love the wild berry waffles! (only version I've come across in our local Food Lion) I toast (usually two of) these, spread light layer of natural almond butter and top with a mixture of diced Gala & Granny Smith apples. So tasty! Love the taste & texture of this frozen waffle. A great pre-packaged alternative when you have to toast & go!
I was anti-frozen waffles of any type, but decided - reluctantly - to try the Buckwheat Wildberry Frozen Waffle. I wasn't too happy about the price, especially if I didn't like it, but I DID like it. I was hooked and have been eating them ever since. I usually buy one each of the Buckwheat Wildberry and the Chia variety. When Harris Teeter ran a sale on them a few months ago, I stocked with several packages of each. I really like having a coupon, but as long as they run a sale a couple times a year, I'm okay with that. Do you offer coupons? If so, where can I find them? About how I prefer to eat them: I toast one (or two) waffles, spread it with almond or peanut butter while it's still warm and eat it along with my Boresha coffee. I also am a fan of the NP Heritage Flakes which I eat with fresh peaches or blueberries (which are deliciously in season in NC right now) and a little extra chopped walnuts, almonds, or pecans. I eat the Waffles and the Flakes on alternate days, but have been constant with the Flakes while the fresh fruit is plentiful. Occasionly, I have a late snack of either product (whichever one I didn't eat in the morning. Obviously, you can tell I'm a Nature's Path fan. I shared mine with my adult daughter and she's hooked, too. Thank you for these healthy AND good tasting products.
When I saw these in the grocery store I was a little hesitant to try a healthy waffle. But when they went on sale I decided to pick up a box. I am glad I did as now, sale or not, these will be my regular frozen waffle purchase. Forget comparing these to other gluten-free waffles, these can be compared to any other frozen waffle and easily come out on top. I especially love them paired with the pure, organic, small-batch dark maple syrup my friend makes. So yummy.