Loving everything pumpkin flavored! Pumpkin Waffle Visual Recipe

Categories: Curriculum Ideas

We are really embracing the fall spirit over in my room! I love fall – mums, apple cider, football, and of course – everything pumpkin! I’ve been eying up those pumpkin scones at starbucks each morning – yum! Last week my awesome speech therapist made pumpkin waffles with my kiddos. We are such foodies aren’t we?! Regular waffles just aren’t good enough for my group. My great speech therapist, Sarah, went all out too! This recipe has nutmeg, cinnamon, and ginger. They were cracking me up smelling all the different spices! I have not one but TWO different leveled recipes for ya today! There is an easy one with visuals and a harder one with only words. Also there are corresponding comprehension question worksheets for both. Freebies thanks to Sarah 🙂

Mixing the ingredients:

Pouring the mix into the waffle maker! 

Messy table!

 Finished product! Yum!

 There are two versions of this recipe! An easier version with lots of visuals. Download here: Pumpkin Waffles Picture Recipe Page 1 and  Pumpkin Waffles Picture Recipe Page 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

with the comprehension questions to match! Download Easy Pumpkin Waffle Questions here!

 

… and a harder version with only words. Download Hard Pumpkin Waffles Recipe here!

… and the words only comprehension questions! Download Hard Pumpkin Waffle Questions here!

Enjoy 🙂

4 Comments

  1. O my. I LOVE it! 🙂 I actually just blogged about (like 5 minutes ago) how I had my students make pancakes the other day and how many skills are in that one task alone! Such amazing things to work on for sure. I might have to check to see if we have any waffle irons in our school kitchen…if not I might have to invest in one!

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  2. Too funny! Great minds think alike! I love your pancake post – I especially love that you made them read the recipe from the box! Totally agree with you that it will help promote independence better!

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  3. Thanks so much for the recipe. What are some resources I could use to develop these for other recipes?

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  4. You are welcome Dawn! I use Boardmaker to make these but you can also find some books on amazon with premade visual recipes!

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