As a parent, I often feel like I’m James Bond on a secret mission. The mission, should you choose to accept it, is to do anything in your power to trick your toddler into eating vegetables. My latest sneaky-veggie-hiding spy tactic is in everyone’s favorite breakfast treat: waffles. The amazing thing about a waffle iron is you can waffle almost anything! I have been keeping some cauliflower tots in our freezer to add to Jane’s dinner plate every so often, anything dipped in ketchup is a sure bet for her. With a bunch of leftover tots on hand, I experimented with pressing them in the waffle iron and the outcome was delicious. They pressed together and resulted in a crispy, savory hashbrown-style waffle.My goal was to make these for Jane, but they were totally mom-approved. I served it with a fried egg on top, avocado, and a tomato slice seasoned with lots of salt and pepper and ate it for lunch, yum. There’s tons of different brands of the cauliflower tots you can find in the freezer section of the grocery store — some have broccoli or sweet potato in them too. Just make sure you spray down waffle iron grate with cooking spray, and be sure to use cooked cauliflower tots in the waffle maker. That’s it — that’s the whole recipe — just layer cauliflower tots into a hot waffle iron and press until they’re crispy (about 3 minutes). How easy is that?