Brown Sugar Bacon Waffles Recipe
These waffles with bacon and brown sugar are perfect for those lazy weekend mornings when you have time to wake up late and still have time to cook breakfast! They are deliciously irresistible.
What a great twist on waffles.These are actually belgian waffles and they puff up A LOT! I'd recommend using a belgian waffle maker. I used a regular waffle iron and had to be sure not to shut it all the way or the batter would spill out,even with less batter used. I found that if I held it almost shut, but not completely, that the batter fluffs up so much it'll still reach the top of the iron to cook. You can also freeze leftovers in sealable bags. Just stick them in the oven at 250 degrees just til warmed. Great recipe! I even made extra bacon and ate it alone! If you're looking for a strong bacon flavor I suggest using more than what the recipe calls for.
Hmmmm...different. It's actually easier than it sounds. It makes a lot! We never could quite adjust to having bacon in our waffles, but we did like them. Didn't love them, but enjoyed trying something new.
Get all of the goodness of a cinnamon roll in your breakfast waffles with this recipe that the whole family will enjoy.
Adding sugar and cinnamon to the batter helps make these waffles plenty tasty without the aid of maple syrup.
Perfect for a twist on the classic Sunday brunch, these quick and easy waffles are made with hash browns, eggs, and spicy sriracha sauce.
Waffles made from veggie tots are fun to make and eat, and they're a great way to help meet your daily recommended servings of vegetables.
I've tried other waffle recipes, and this is one is by far the best! The texture is moist, not dry - and they freeze well.