Recipes in the 'Waffles' category

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Waffles are so versatile that you can prepare them however you want. But let us give you a hint -- you'll be hard-pressed to find a waffle recipe this darn good. Pecans and bacon are just the tip of the iceberg...

Take an "oat" to enjoy these waffles as often as possible. With just a few simple ingredients, you'll enjoy these waffles that are good to eat, as well as good for you.


One part waffle, one part cookies, all parts delicious. Prepare these goodies as you would waffles, but kick it up a notch with a few sweet treats. It won't matter whether you're eating them as breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert.

Waffles have been on the menus of breakfast houses everywhere since way back when. This traditional recipe is the typical take on a tried-and-true classic. Add the toppings of your choice.


A super waffle that won't get soggy, this breakfast staple won't leave you high and dry. Top with fresh fruit or part-skim ricotta cheese to make this great dish even better.

These waffles will quickly become the apple of your eye. The cinnamon and nutmeg give this morning meal the perfect taste that'll go great with a tall glass of milk.

You've heard about blueberry pancakes, but how familiar are you with blueberry waffles? If you haven't ever tasted this sinful offering, it's high time you tried.

There's no chance you'll waffle over your decision to make this breakfast. If you need more than four waffles, simply double -- or triple -- the ingredients to serve more.

You won't waffle over this breakfast. Sink your teeth into a healthier version of a traditional morning favorite. To satisfy your sweet tooth, use low-sugar syrup.

Indulge in this fluffy and filling taste; these are so good you will never know they are gluten free!


Stop waffling over what to make for breakfast and give this family favorite a try. We've ironed out all of the details so that you can prepare waffles that will give your favorite restaurant a run for its money. Top with fruit and whipped cream for a breakfast to die for.


Here's a healthy twist on a French favorite. Enjoy a version of this mouthwatering morning meal without all the extra fat and calories. It's truly the best thing since sliced bread and even better for you!


Waffling over what to serve for breakfast? Give this family favorite a try. Prepared with a peanut-cinnamon syrup, you'll be certain to raise a toast to this mouthwatering meal that starts the day off right. 

Make these hot sandwiches in your waffle iron and add some texture to the bread. It makes for an eye-pleasing presentation.

You won't waffle over this breakfast sandwich. In fact, one bite and it's sure to become the apple of your eye. There's no denying that it's good to the core.


Take the ingredients of a hot corned beef sandwich and prepare it on a waffle iron for a different visual effect. It's a small twist on a traditional favorite.


Sweet news -- breakfast just got even better. You won't waffle over whether or not to cook this gourmet dish for your morning mash-up. Prepared with fresh sweet potatoes, it's an a.m. treat with plenty of appeal.


Sometimes the best meals come from the least likely combinations. Imagine a combination of creamy chicken on a plate of freshly-made waffles. Now sink your teeth into this decadent dish.

This is a five star rating! You will have to make these waffles several times. Prepare the batter the night before.


You can't beat the taste of warm maple syrup. It's the perfect compliment to homemade french toast, pancakes or waffles. Whip up a batch and use it as a mouth-watering addition to the breakfast of your choice.

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