I enjoy a good waffle now and then and my family is usually very willing to try any new recipes I find. Here are a bunch of fabulous recipes for different kinds of waffles that all sound extremely tasty. I hope you enjoy some of them enough to try them out next time you get a hankering for waffles!
Cheddar Cornbread Waffles – Plain Chicken
It looks like breakfast, but it’s actually cornbread and chili with cheese sprinkled on top. This just goes to show you don’t always have to use your waffle maker for something sweet. I think this would be a fun recipe to try, especially during these chilly evenings we have coming up.
Chocolate Waffles – Food Network
I’ve never tried adding chocolate chips to waffles, but this chocolaty recipe with bits of chocolate included sounds delicious! I bet these would make excellent homemade ice cream sandwiches.
Gluten-free Waffles – Food.com
Many stores carry gluten-free baking mix, but this particular recipe requires a combination of brown rice or rice flour, potato starch, and tapioca flour. I’d like to try this recipe out on my husband and see how he likes it. He doesn’t require a gluten-free diet, but these sound a bit healthier than some of the all-purpose flour recipes I’ve tried in the past…and he’s also very picky about how his waffles taste.
Cinnamon Waffles – Mr Breakfast
Cinnamon is an excellent spice to have on hand, for additional flavor in baked goods. Instead of sprinkling it on top of your waffles, you can simply add it right into the mix in this recipe.
Red Velvet Waffles – A Beautiful Mess
Of course, if you have Red Velvet waffles, you have to have cream cheese syrup to go on top of them. The heart-shaped waffle iron used for the recipe on this site goes perfect with the red batter. I almost want to go out and buy a heart shaped waffle iron to make these next Valentine’s Day. We’ll see!
Need a waffle iron? Amazon has lots of waffle makers for sale.
Apple Pie Waffles – Must Have Mom
Who says you can’t have pie for breakfast? What about pie in the form of a waffle? Here’s a yummy looking waffle that is filled with apple pie filling. They aren’t made from waffle batter, but you do get to use your waffle iron to make the finished product. It sounded so good that I just had to add it to the list of recipes to try.
It’s best to cook up all your waffle mix, instead of trying to save it for later. Allow any cooked waffles to cool completely, layer waxed paper in between each one, and wrap them up in a plastic baggie. You can freeze waffles to heat up later in a toaster or in the oven on a cookie sheet. If you’d like more ideas, take a look at these:
Ideas for leftover waffles
What is your favorite waffle recipe?