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Anyone else excited that pumpkin season has arrived? I’ve been on a mass pinning spree looking for ideas on how to carve our pumpkins this year. We have yet to go to pick them, but I’m hoping to pop to the local farm shop to bring some home. It’s become a tradition for us, but only since having Aiden. It’s funny how children can change things like that, isn’t it?
While you’re carving your pumpkins you’re going to need to keep your energy levels up. It’s such hard work! If you’ve got some pumpkin puree in the cupboards or you’re looking for recipes for Halloween to use up your pumpkin innards, these pumpkin chocolate fro-yo sandwiches are the perfect spooky treat.
Pumpkin filled waffles cooked with chocolate chips and sandwiched together with vanilla frozen yoghurt.
- 3 eggs
- 125 g melted butter
- 480 ml almond milk or milk of your choice
- 240 g self-raising flour
- 75 g milk or dark chocolate chips
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- 2 tbsp pumpkin puree
Set up your waffle maker as per the manufacturer's instructions (I used the classic waffle setting).
Beat together the eggs, milk, melted butter, pumpkin puree, chocolate chips, and cinnamon until well combined and then pour into the flour in a large bowl. Mix together until completely smooth and free from lumps.
When the waffle machine is ready, pour the batter into the waffle maker and cook.
Let the waffles cool down before spreading the yoomoo Vanilla frozen yogurt on top and making a sandwich with a second waffle.
This year, I’ve been collaborating with as part of their yootime campaign, which inspires women to be their best self in all aspects of life. As regular readers will know, this is a topic that is close to my heart. I’m passionate about inspiring women to connect with their truth, showing up in their life as the fabulous version of themselves and no one else. So I’m still so excited to be a part of this campaign and bringing you these recipes.
Not going to lie, these are messy! But where there is mess there is fun and these fro-yo sandwiches are definitely that. They would be perfect at any pumpkin carving or Halloween parties that you have planned or as mentioned above great for using up all that pumpkin flesh too. The waffles freeze really well, so with a batch ready made and some Vanilla yoomoo in the freezer dessert is easily made in seconds.
Got a thing for waffles?
How about these Blueberry Cinnamon Ricotta Waffles for a weekend brunch.
*This post was commissioned by yoomoo, but all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that allow me to do what I love, bringing you wellness content and recipes to help you find your version of balance.