I like the Kashi Go Lean. Actually, that's what I ate this morning with soy milk.
If you don't like the Kashi Oatmeal, buy some regular oatmeal but also buy some 7 grain cereal (usually in the health section). Then you can mix the oatmeal and cereal together but to your ratio. Then, just add some fruit, jam or honey to sweeten it up. It's great doing it this way, since you control each portion.
If you're trying to eat healthy, stay away from Quaker Oatmeal (the pre-made packages). They're useless, too much sugar and too much processed oats. It's much better getting the larger, longer cooking oats and then adding fiber/grains and sweetener to round out the breakfast.
For waffles, buy a waffle maker and make your own waffles on the weekends. Make a large batch, then freeze them and you have them for the week. Rob and I love making our own - beats Eggos any day and are much healthier.