Who doesn't love waffles? They're crunchy yet soft, they're sweet but not overbearingly so, and they can be paired with just about anything. Lucky for you, we've compiled a list of seven healthy — and super tasty — waffles, so you can start your day off with a bang.
Happy National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day! In honor of the holiday, I'm sharing a contemporary update on what happens to be one of my favorite nostalgic foods.
I've said before that some of the best sandwiches evoke memories, and this recipe goes back when I was maybe 7 or 8, and my mom fixed me some waffles before realizing we were out of syrup. She improvised to make this sandwich, and "peanut butter and jelly waffles" soon became one of my favorite meals. Like the nonwaffly version, this PB&J is very easy to make and can inspire countless variations: almond instead of peanut butter, different flavors of waffles or even waffles from scratch, honey in place of jelly, Elvis-style with bananas, and on and on.
This time I used Eggo cinnamon waffles, which I highly recommend. The only requirement for this breakfast or lunch sandwich — and what sets it apart from a traditional PB&J — is using hot, toasted waffles, which melt the peanut butter in just the right warm and comfy way. To see my recipe, keep reading.
Even if you don't have leftover eggnog from the holidays, this recipe from PrettyGirlsCook makes us want to run down to the store and buy some for waffles! Hangover cure, anybody?
Eggnog waffles are perfect to make with any leftover eggnog.
It's easy to roll out the sugar cookie dough and toss on some sprinkles for a quick Valentine's Day treat. While a cookie may taste delicious, it can be the downfall to a healthy diet. 'Cause who can truly make a batch of cookies without licking the bowl and eating about half a dozen when they are baked in your kitchen? Instead of tempting yourself with the usual suspects, consider showing your sweetheart or your girlfriends how much you care about them and their health with these simple and easy Valentine shaped dishes. They're sure to win their hearts over.
It's time to party like it's 2011! On the first day of 2011, skip cereal, yogurt, or steel cut oats and dish up a decadent, but healthy brunch to help you and yours start the year off right. Here are some tasty, satisfying dishes that offer a kick of indulgence, but won't wreak havoc on your diet. They're also really easy to make and will go over well on hungry friends who are milling about your kitchen this weekend. Here's to health, happiness, and delicious meals in the New Year!
Apparently, I'm not the only one who loves a quick blueberry sauce. So does member girlA, who uses hers to top savory dinner dishes — as well as vegan waffles the next morning.The other night I made Field Roast with Blueberry Sauce and had some leftover sauce. That called for morning waffles. This is a healthy, hearty waffle that will stick to the ribs. I highly recommend doubling the recipe if feeding more than 2 people–as it is, it only makes about 4-6 small waffles. It’s a simple recipe where everything just goes in the blender and you're ready to go!
To get a taste of the dairy-free breakfast treat, keep reading.
Listen up readers, nikks needs our help. She recently posted a question to the YumSugar Community inquiring about waffle makers. She asks, "Does anyone know a good waffle maker that's not over 100 bucks? I want to make liege waffles." Liege waffles are a type of Belgian waffle with a richer and denser texture and sweeter taste. Since I don't own a waffle maker, I'm wondering: Do you have any affordable waffle maker suggestions? Or tips for making scrumptious waffles? Please share with us below!
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While PartySugar enjoys a leisurely meal on her front patio this Mother's Day, I'll be celebrating with classic breakfast food: waffles. Since I hate choosing between sweet and savory dishes when out to brunch, I'm going to eliminate the choice on Sunday and serve breakfast options that satisfy a penchant for both sugar and salt.
We'll begin with waffles served the traditional Belgian way, sprinkled with confectioner's sugar. To up the ante, I'm also including freshly whipped cream and strawberries to top them off. And before any palates suffer from sweet fatigue, I'll bring in a savory version, studded with chives, rosemary, and grated Parmigiano-Reggiano, then topped with irresistible bacon and poached eggs. Envious? Stun your mom with the same choices when you read more.