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23 Things You Can Make in a Waffle Iron

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Jacqueline PaumierGuest Blogger
July 24, 2016 · 3.1k Views
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You’ve been unknowingly limiting one of the most versatile pieces of equipment in your kitchen: your waffle iron. This tool dates back to the 14th century and predates the invention of the kitchen stove (Who knew?). Sure, it’s ideal for whipping up heavenly breakfast waffles in Olaf shape or Star Wars style, but with a bit of creativity and kitchen savvy your waffle iron can make more culinary goodness than you know. Try the following recipes, or create your own!

 

1. Ham, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit Wafflewiches

via Southern Bite

2. Waffle Iron Quesadilla

via Tbsp

3. French Toast Waffle Sticks

via The Baker Mama

4. Omelet Waffles

via Growing Up Gabel

5. Bruschetta Waffle Panini

via Life, Live, and Good Food

6. Cake Batter Birthday Waffles

via Dear Crissy

7. Pizza Waffles

by Spend with Pennies

8. Waffle Iron Bacon

via One Good Thing

9. Waffle S’mores

via Pillsbury

10. Waffle Iron “Fried” Cheese (Queso Frito)

via Serious Eats

11. Tater Tot Grilled Cheese

via Spoon University

12. Red Velvet Waffle Cookies

via Jen's Favorite Cookies

13. Homemade Choco Taco

via Ashlee Marie

14. Mashed Potato, Cheddar, and Chive Waffles

via Joy the Baker

15. Taco Cornbread Waffles

via Taste and Tell

16. Easy Mac and Cheese Waffles

via Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom

17. Doughnut Waffles with a Maple Glaze

via Handle the Heat

18. Spaghetti Squash and Quinoa Fritters

via Kelly’s Ambitious Kitchen

19. Waffled Spaghetti Pie

via Will it Waffle

20. Waffled Hash Brown Croque Monsier

via Real Food

21. Parmesan Garlic Waffle Fries

via Unsophisticook

22. Churro Apple Pie Waffles

via Chica Chocolatina

23. Waffle Dogs

via Guava Rose


 

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Jacqueline is a modern day gypsy, who has lived in several countries and has traveled to over 20. A sucker for all things pleasing to the senses; her world revolves around food (any and all food), foreign indie films, and salsa music. The first to jump off a waterfall and the last to say no to sushi, she has been described as a bit of an “extremist”. In her perfect world, no one ever spells “cool” as “kool” and Ryan Gosling has more tattoos. She enjoys spending her free time in her New Orleans home with her Cubano guitarist husband and 1-year-old son.

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