Food: Waffles and Yogurt

waffles and onken yogurt with sprinkles

Waffles and Yogurt

We are currently renovating our house and we barely even have a basic kitchen, I’m talking no washing machine (we drop our dirties off at the laundrette every week for a service wash) no fridge/freezer (we go to the supermarket once or twice a day) and no oven (I must admit, I really miss garlic bread!). Despite all this, we have our priorities sorted, we have a Lavazza coffee maker which keeps us happy from 8am-3pm and we have a Belgium waffle maker which keeps us happy, well, all the time! It’s so much fun being able to have homemade waffles, however, instead of having them with ice cream, like restaurants usually serve them, we try and keep them relatively  healthy with a dollop of yogurt and a little fruit instead. I love waffles and yogurt so much, I even made a Pinterest board so I can save new recipe ideas!


Onken Limited Edition Coconut Yogurt

Anyone who knows me well, will know I am a huge fan of yogurt. I love it with fruit, granola, compote and even meringues and strawberries. If I’m out and about and feeling peckish, it’s not unusual for me to pop into Pret or Starbucks for a yogurt rather than a sandwich and my boyfriend and I buy a big pot every day to enjoy with fruit after dinner! I can’t get enough! I usually switch between Onken’s Fat Free Strawberry, Vanilla or Mango and Papya, y’know, depending on the occasion, but right now, I am completely hooked on Onken Limited Edition Coconut yogurt. I go nuts for coconut at the best of times, but this delicious little treat brings a slice of summer to my day. It’s a tropical delight and when it comes to desert, it’s the creme de la creme! It combines real coconut pieces with creamy yogurt and natural coconut flavouring, to make it a real an indulgent treat. It tastes particularly good on home made waffles with plenty of berries and maybe a shake of icing sugar or rainbow sprinkles!


Food Envy

As a waffles and yogurt fiend, this post is a pretty good excuse to spend the next hour making homemade waffles and layering them up with all things delicious, on the pretence that I need them to illustrate my point! Get ready for some food envy! If you want to try out waffles and yogurt for yourself, then I got my waffle iron from Amazon and Onken Coconut Yogurt is available nationwide for a limited period, it’s £1.40 per pot. Yum!

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waffles and onken yogurt with sprinkles





  1. October 27, 2016 / 2:47 pm

    Must admit, coconut yoghurt isn’t something I’d usually craze, but you’ve made me want to try it – especially if there are delicious waffles involved!! Gorgeous styling as always Kirsty, your photos are beaut! To the shop I go!

    • fashionforlunch
      October 27, 2016 / 2:51 pm

      Hi Julia! So glad you like it! Thank you for stopping by and having a read! I have to admit, coconut yogurt is even more of a treat than regular yogurt!!!!!

  2. October 27, 2016 / 2:50 pm

    Oh my goodness. This looks delicious. I love coconut so will try out this yoghurt xx

  3. October 27, 2016 / 2:54 pm

    I want a waffle iron! Love your pics as always x

  4. October 27, 2016 / 3:06 pm

    Love the pairing with yoghurt it’s not something I would have thought of! Next time will use onken rathan than cream!

    • fashionforlunch
      October 27, 2016 / 3:24 pm

      It’s actually more delicious cream as it has more flavour, but lighter and fresher tasting and wayyyyyyy better for you! You will love it xxxx

  5. Dena Jayne (@denajaynex)
    October 27, 2016 / 8:35 pm

    I haven’t had waffles in ages but these have made my mouth water & now I want some! Your photography is amazing!


    • fashionforlunch
      October 27, 2016 / 11:44 pm

      Ah ! Enjoy them babe, they are delicious 🙂 I’m so glad you like my photos too xxxxx