Kashi Berry Bliss Waffles Review

Kashi Berry Bliss Waffles

The concept of “superfoods” has been around since the late 1940s, but it’s really picked up some steam in recent years. Virtually anything can be described as a superfood; it’s really just a marketing term. Still, products like Kashi Berry Bliss Waffles are usually made with nutrient-dense ingredients, like cranberries, quinoa, and beets.

We have to make a confession: we don’t have an actual toaster in the Freezer Meal Frenzy office. Thankfully, we do have a toaster oven, which is what we used to heat these waffles up. There were no oven instructions on the box, but we could smell when these waffles were done so we didn’t need a timer.

Kashi Berry Bliss Waffles

In the past, we’ve tasted fruity-flavored waffles that were sweet enough to eat sans syrup. We’re not sure you’ll want to do that with these waffles, in spite of their superfood ingredients. It’s actually hard to taste any sort of fruit here; the waffles taste more like whole wheat than anything else.

After adding a smidge of maple syrup and a pinch of butter, we found these waffles to be a lot more enjoyable. They’re nothing special — we’d recommend Kashi Blueberry Waffles over these — but they’re perfectly adequate and loaded with nutrients like potassium and calcium. They also have an orangey-red tint that might make them more appealing to kids.

If you’re just looking for good frozen waffles, you’ll find far better options in the freezer aisle. However, if you’re looking for ways to add foods like quinoa, beets, and berries to your diet, Kashi Berry Bliss Waffles are worth a look. They might be short on berries — and on bliss, if we’re being fair — but they’re still perfectly decent toaster-ready waffles.

To learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, or cooking instructions for these Kashi frozen waffles, check out our package scan below.

Kashi Berry Bliss Waffles