Can’t wait for holiday dessert to taste your favorite pumpkin pie? Crush that craving by making Pumpkin Pie Waffles for breakfast.
What’s the best holiday anyone ever dreamed up? National Ice Cream Day, of course. We’re not entirely how all these random food holidays, like National Ice Cream Day, originated—and frankly we don’t care. We just want to sink our teeth into a homemade Waffle Ice Cream Sandwich and celebrate!
German waffles are crisp, fluffy, and square/rectangular with rounded edges, often served with toppings. Made with yeasted batter of flour, eggs, sugar, and milk and cooked in a waffle iron.
Hungry for breakfast? How about lunch? Even better, why not a combo of the two? The Waffle BLT ticks both boxes by using homemade waffles as the bread in an otherwise classic bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich. Want to highlight the breakfast-food flavors? Dip your sandwich in maple syrup before...
Pumpkin mania is alive and well with these flavorful waffles, perfect for warming up on a cold winter day. Top with chopped nuts to add an element of crunch, plus pure maple syrup to sweeten your plate.
Master this classic waffle recipe with basic ingredients you probably already have on hand, and you'll never lack for a quick and scrumptious breakfast. Add a creative twist with different toppings every time, such as sliced peaches and chopped macadamia nuts, or a blackberry,��blueberry,��raspberry blend.
Turn a classic waffle recipe into a winter wonderland on your plate with the addition of ice cream, coconut, and powdered-sugar snow. A melon ball scoop forms perfect mini snowballs to add decadence to your morning meal or to take waffles from breakfast to dessert.