Cover these blueberry cake waffles in a sweet sugar glaze instead of maple syrup for an unique take on a waffle dish!
Make your waffles healthier by adding oats with the help of this oatmeal waffle recipe.
Perfect for fall! This pumpkin waffle recipe incorporates whipped egg whites for extra body and includes some good advice on keeping the waffles crispy. Don’t skip the apple cider syrup!
Snickerdoodle cookies for brunch? Nah. Snickerdoodle waffles for brunch? Yes, please! These waffles are dipped in butter and covered with cinnamon and sugar.
If you like your breakfast extra sweet, you’ll love this blueberry cheesecake waffle recipe. Top a regular waffle with a cheesecake spread and blueberries for a decadent brunch treat!
These waffles are like deconstructed cinnamon rolls! Stack up the waffles, pour on the good stuff, and give every person a big slice. Yum.
Maple extract and chopped bacon are the two special ingredients that make this maple bacon waffle a great idea for brunch!
Not exactly a waffle, but close enough! This clever waffle recipe combines egg, packaged shredded potatoes, cheese, and bacon into a quick and portable breakfast!
Here’s another egg and potato waffle recipe, this time with mashed potatoes.
Make this gingerbread waffle recipe during the holidays, so festive!
And here’s another delicious gingerbread waffle recipe, complete with pecans and cranberries! And orange syrup.
The name says it all. French toast and waffle, in one! Dip a slice of bread in a sweet egg mixture and cook it in a waffle iron. Very clever.
Make this pineapple coconut waffle recipe and pretend you’re in Hawaii!
Whip up a savory waffle with cornmeal and serve it with chili for a hearty brunch dish… or for dinner!
If you’re a fan of dark chocolate, you’ve got to try this waffle recipe. And don’t forget the warm peanut butter drizzle on top!
16. Tiramisu Waffles
Host a fun italian-themed brunch with these tiramisu waffles and strong espresso!
Soft, lemony, and comforting. These lemon ricotta waffles with poppy seeds would be a great addition to any brunch.
Banana bread is good, but banana bread waffles are better. Don’t forget the chopped walnuts!
Lemon zest adds a strong lemon taste to any dish, such as in this lemon sour cream waffle recipe. Lemon lovers will love this one!
Try this healthy peanut butter waffle recipe with a few slices of banana and syrup. You could even add a little jam for a breakfast that reminds you of the good ol’ PB and J.
Take a bite of this apple fritter waffle and you’ll taste warm bits of apple sauce, waffle goodness, and caramel deliciousness all in one mouthful.
Cornmeal adds some crunch to this waffle recipe, while the blackberry compote adds a lot of sweetness. Combine the two and you’ve got a great waffle to share with friends and family!
This carrot cake waffle will definitely deliver if you’re looking for something sweet to make for brunch. Add the cinnamon maple cream cheese spread and you’ll die and go to heaven.
If you enjoy a hot cup of tea with your breakfast or bunch meal, you’ll appreciate this unique waffle recipe that includes three bags of Earl Grey tea and almond milk!
Cook banana slices in a pan full of brown sugar, butter, cinnamon, banana liqueur, and dark rum and plunk them on a couple of waffles. Top it all off with a dollop of maple whipped cream instead of ice cream.
I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.”
I’m Elisa and I live in Austin, Texas with my husband and our two little girls. I used to teach reading and writing, but now I stay at home with my two kiddos and read and write in my spare time. I also love to undertake DIY projects, find new recipes on Pinterest, and dream about someday finally completing our home. Above all, I love to learn about new things and sharing my new-found knowledge with others.