Waffles are a Sunday brunch treat, but with these recipes you'll see that they're easy enough to whip up any day of the week, to breakfast cheers. Try fresh fruit and cream on waffles instead of syrup for a burst of flavor (and vitamins) at your next breakfast or brunch.See Popular Waffles Recipes
Everyone will roll out of bed early when the breakfast menu includes this quick and easy waffle recipe. Try them for dinner as well.
Sweet potatoes do double duty when mashed into a batter for homemade waffles the morning after Thanksgiving.
Canned pumpkin is always in season to prepare this delightful waffle recipe for your next brunch. Cranberry honey sauce adds a sweet, tangy flavor to this less than 30 minute breakfast treat.
Consider this a modern take on the traditional soul food favorite of fried chicken and waffles. Incorporating leftover mashed potatoes keeps the waffles tender, while the orange-maple glaze on the roasted chicken ensures no one will miss the batter.
While you prep and cook these whole-wheat waffles, simmer some maple syrup with a cinnamon stick for an extra-flavorful drizzle. Top with a pat of butter or a spoonful of whipped cream and an extra sprinkle or two of cinnamon.
Why go out for waffles when you can make these great-tasting ones at home? Ground walnuts provide a light crunch and a nutty flavor that makes these waffles extra special.
These low-fat waffles are made with whole wheat flour so you can feel good about feeding the healthful, filling food to kids.
Protein powder isn't just for shakes. In this fall breakfast, it stands in for some of the flour, adding staying power to the gluten-free waffles.
Turn breakfast waffles into a tropical treasure by enhancing them with coconut, almonds, and a drizzle of chocolate.
Put waffles on the breakfast menu. For this recipe, make the batter ahead, chill overnight, and bake first thing in the morning.
Sure, breakfast for dinner has always been an IHOP staple, but at your favorite five-star bistro? Waffles for dinner may sound like it's just one step above pouring yourself a p.m. bowl of Cheerios, but as the Today show reports, gourmet chefs around the country are dishing up waffles topped with everything from soft shell crab to chicken liver (yes, chicken liver) and adding the likes of beer, squash and Old Bay seasoning to the batter.
Top a whole grain waffle with yogurt, berries, and maple syrup to make a fast and filling breakfast.