Grab your waffle maker and add an easy homemade batter for a delicious all-in-one meal at home.
Fluffy Buttermilk WafflesThe perfect waffle recipe looks a lot like this. This fluffy breakfast is fit for royalty and ready to help you start your day.
Berry and Browned Butter WaffleThe freezer aisle of your grocery store is stocked with a hearty selection of whole-grain toaster waffles that have less than 100 calories per serving. That's a low-calorie, grain-rich base for tasty combos that go way beyond butter and syrup. The fruity options are great, but we love savory ones, too.
Buckwheat Belgian WafflesThe buckwheat flour adds an earthy, nutty flavor to these waffles, but it's also a flour that's heavy and dense. Here, it's blended with lighter tapioca flour and white rice flour to balance it. Beating the egg whites and folding them into the batter is also key to keeping the texture light. Top the waffles with slightly warm maple syrup and fresh fruit. They're so dreamy you could serve them for breakfast or dessert.
Waffles BenedictTop Parmesan-infused waffles with eggs, prosciutto, and a luscious hollandaise drizzle. This waffle is more savory than sweet, giving your taste buds a break from the traditional sweet-style waffle breakfast.
Strawberry Waffle SundaesPerfect for a brunch dessert, this sundae recipe calls for frozen strawberries and frozen waffles. It comes together in minutes and offers a fun end-of-meal flourish for your final course.
Yogurt and Berries with Whole-Grain WafflesThis top-rated breakfast dish has the added bonus of being packed with antioxidants, fiber, and vitamin C from the berries and protein and calcium, from the yogurt topping. Online reviewers rave, waffles are a must make!
French Toast WafflesCook milk-and-sugar coated French bread slices on a waffle iron to add a crispy bite to the traditionally smooth French toast breakfast. Serve with fresh berries, powdered sugar, or maple syrup.
Chocolate Waffles with Poached CherriesPerfect as an end to a festive brunch or a new twist on an old classic, these waffles get their color and flavor from cocoa powder. The poached cherry drizzle, featuring lemon juice, orange juice, and vanilla bean, brings out the richness of the cocoa.
Blue Corn Waffles with Lavender Cream and Fresh BlueberriesServe a main dish that's a treat to look at and to taste. The contrast of the crunchy cornmeal, tart berries, and smooth lavender cream makes this waffle recipe a must-make for your next weekend at home.
Spiced Waffles with Sauteed PearsWith flavors like cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg, these waffles prove that spices can be so, so sweet.
Corn and Cheddar WafflesEnjoy these waffles with maple syrup, or go Southwestern and try them with tomato salsa. Melon or another fresh fruit rounds out the meal.
Bacon Maple WafflesCombine salty and sweet flavors for an over-the-top breakfast. Crumbled bacon cooks into the syrup-infused batter to create a delicious, salty-sweet morning meal.
Lemon Cornmeal Waffles with Raspberry-Rhubarb CompoteThis compote uses frozen fruit, which is as nutritious as fresh and readily available in winter. The honeyed yogurt offers a sweet balance for the tangy compote, which can be made ahead and refrigerated for up to one week. While Greek yogurt offers a thicker base for the topping, plain low-fat yogurt can be substituted, if desired.
Lemon-Poppy Seed Belgian Waffles with Blackberry Maple SyrupSprinkle these fluffy waffles with tangy and sweet fresh blackberries and your tastebuds with definitely thank you.
Chocolate Chip WafflesChocolate Chip Waffles are kid-friendly and quick to make. Sarah Roe's sweet waffles will have everyone at the breakfast table asking for more!
Cream Cheese Waffle SandwichesThe night before: Make filling. In the morning: Toast waffles. Assemble sandwiches.
Buttermilk Pumpkin Waffles with ApplesEnjoy these waffles during harvest time when the autumn flavors are at their best. Fresh apples, canned pumpkin, and a host of fragrant spices make this dish a guaranteed family favorite.
Whole-Wheat Waffles with Spiced Fall FruitYou can use a wide range of whole-wheat flours for these tender waffles, from milder and softer to heartier. We adapted a recipe created for Community Grains, in Oakland, and added a topping that's fruit and syrup all in one.
Berry-Bacon Waffle MinisBreakfast may never be the same again! This concoction of berries, bacon and waffles will have everyone at the table asking for more.