In a word? Delish.
That's really all we have to say about waffles in general.
But the following waffle recipes? The following ways in which members of our team have come up with making this underrated breakfast item.
See for yourself by clicking on the title above the photos below. ENJOY!
Blueberry waffles make an excellent start to your day. Full of antioxidants and happiness, they can't be beat.
Yes, you read this headline properly. These special Belgian yeast waffles will have you dreaming of breakfast all night long.
Who can resist maple bread pudding made with waffles, bacon, and pecans too? Certainly not us. You have to see this gorgeous recipe!
Gorgeous gingerbread waffles with molasses and brown sugar are a sweet way to wake up the whole family. We're betting you'd love them for Sunday brunch too.
Glazed strawberry waffles are perfect for breakfast in bed this Valentine's Day. Make your sweetheart smile!
Red velvet waffles full of rich cocoa flavor - that can be made with regular flour or gluten free. Whip them up for breakfast this weekend or on Valentine's Day!
Chocolate waffles with whiskey butter sauce are the answer to a question you didn't even know you had. What's the very best brunch dish in the world?
Gluten free blueberry waffles are guaranteed to get your family rising-and-shining. It’s the perfect start to the day!
Paleo pumpkin waffles make a terrific fall breakfast. They'll make you grateful for cooler temperatures!
This apple butter bacon waffle sandwich is good for just about any meal, from breakfast to brinner. Sweet apple butter, crisp bacon and creamy Fontina cheese make it as delicious as it is unique!
5 Minute Cinnamon Sugar Waffle Bites are so easy, you won’t believe it. You just need four ingredients and five minutes for this silly easy breakfast!
Orange spice waffles are full of warm spices and citrus flavor. They’re easy to make for a cozy winter brunch.
Funfetti waffle put the fun back in breakfast! Rainbow sprinkles makes these waffles extra special.
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