This collection of waffle recipes is the best thing you never knew you needed. Breakfast ideas for days! Also, lunch and dinner. Because, waffles.
Waffles are a wonderful breakfast food. They are crisp and buttery on the outside and warm and fluffy on the inside. Waffles are also extremely versatile. You can top them with fruit and whipped cream, cinnamon and butter or just drown them in good old fashioned syrup. However you prefer your waffles there’s really no way you could go wrong. As Leslie Knope once said, “We need to remember what’s important in life: Friends, Waffles and Work. Or Waffles, Friends, Work. But work has to come third.” So invite some friends over and try a few ideas from this wonderful waffle collection.
Here’s a great way to start any morning. These light and fluffy waffles are made with diced apples in the batter. There’s even a recipe for homemade cinnamon apple syrup included. They will be a welcomed addition to your breakfast table.
No need to refresh your screen you’re reading this right. Caramel for breakfast. This waffle recipe is super easy to make. It’s so delicious and decadent your family will think they are having dessert for breakfast.
These waffles have all the great tastes of banana bread and now you can have them for breakfast. They have crunchy walnuts, delicious bananas and they are sure to become an instant favorite in your house.
This recipe is a delicious break from traditional waffles. Using blue cornmeal gives them a subtle flavor and a fun color but it’s the strawberry jalapeño syrup that really makes them memorable. They are fluffy with a sweet and spicy kick you will love.
Try this waffle idea the next time you’re in a rush on a cold morning. They are rich and creamy with a sweet and crunchy bite. They are the perfect comfort food on those cold mornings and you can be eating in just 20 minutes.
Here’s a waffle recipe that is a great way to do something fun with your kids. Your kids will never believe you when you tell them they’re having brownies for breakfast. This will give them the perfect chance to be creative and learn a little about baking. I promise you’ll have as much fun making them as you will eating them.
These fun and festive waffles are a perfect birthday morning surprise. They are soft and fluffy and you can add in any fun ingredients you want. They are a special treat for a special day or a delicious choice any day of the year..
Carrot cake waffles are so rich and delicious it really makes you wonder why you haven’t seen these before. The gentle spice of carrot cake makes a really fantastic waffle and of course you can’t have carrot cake without that incredible cream cheese frosting.
If you’ve never tried chicken and waffles before then you need to try this. The combination of sweet and savory make this recipe a popular choice. Add in a little cinnamon for extra flavor and your have a taste profile that’s out of this world.
We would be remiss to not include a recipe for traditional Belgian waffles. This recipe is so simple and delicious your kids could make them for you. Wouldn’t that be nice? Just a few simple ingredients and you have a breakfast the whole family will enjoy from start to finish.
French toast and waffles are a match made in heaven. They’re very easy to make and the french toast batter adds a sweet crunch that really makes these stand out. If you’re looking for a new twist on an old favorite then you have to try these.
How do you make waffles better? The answer is to take away the guilt that may come with trying some of these sinfully delicious recipes. These waffles are a heart-healthy way to start out your morning.
Waffles are a perfect vehicle for a sweet and savory combination. Candied bacon cooked into the batter and a maple whipped cream topping create a blend of flavors that will have your taste buds screaming in delight.
The beauty of this waffle recipe that you can serve them now or freeze and reheat them later. Make up as many as you want and then have them ready for those busy mornings when you’re pressed for time but still want to make sure your family gets a filling breakfast that will keep them going throughout the day.
Just when you thought waffles couldn’t get any better. Now you can have them for dinner with this super easy and deliciously savory recipe. Just 3 simple ingredients and you can add whatever toppings you would like.
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This waffle recipe is the real deal. They are naturally sweet and go perfect with fruit and whipped cream. They’re simple, delicious and will become your favorite waffle recipe.
This pumpkin waffle recipe is the perfect holiday breakfast treat. Light and fluffy waffles mixed with pumpkin spices and topped with butter and syrup or if you’re feeling adventurous you can try a specialty whipped cream that will really make your breakfast special.
If you like snickers you will love these dessert waffles. They are crispy on the outside, soft and warm on the inside and topped with chocolate syrup, peanut butter and pieces of Snickers. They have every thing you could ask for in a dessert.
Nutella is one of the greatest inventions known to mankind. Now you can have it for breakfast. These waffles are topped with a light Nutella whipped cream. Add in some fresh strawberries and you have a breakfast that is worth getting out of bed for.
When you claim something is the best you’d better be able to back it up. These waffles do just that. Crispy on the outside soft and fluffy on the inside, this recipe is not only delicious but it’s ready in as little as five minutes.
Need a last minute dessert? Using your waffle iron with shortcake batter produces light and crispy waffle cakes. Layer them with some whipped cream and strawberries and you have a beautiful cake that is ready to eat in minutes.
Looking for something new to try for dinner? Mixing some cheese into your waffle batter produces a savory and delicious waffle bun that makes a great burger even better. If you can keep from eating the buns first, that is.
Whole wheat waffles have a earthy and heart taste that makes this recipe a healthy choice. Add in bananas and cinnamon chips and you have a burst of flavor that puts these waffles in a whole new league. Nothing’s better than healthy and delicious.
These extra fluffy waffles are packed with nutrients and made with whole wheat cereal. It’s a healthy breakfast option that is made extra tasty when topped with a tangy whipped cream and honey-glazed fig compote.