These fantastic stuffed waffle recipes are a great way to promote your waffle iron to full-time countertop status.
From innovative and tasty savory and sweet breakfasts to delectable desserts, these recipes take basic meals to new heights.
Whether you’ a’re in the mood for something sweet, like banana Snickers waffles, or savory, like pizza stuffed waffles, I have you covered.
These stuffed waffle recipes are stunning yet deceptively simple.
So, dust off that waffle iron, and let’s get stuffing!
Can’t decide between a loaded omelet or a waffle for breakfast? Why not have both?
These stuffed breakfast waffles take everything you love about omelets in a buttery waffle.
And the best part of this recipe is that it doesn’t require a waffle mix.
Use a can of pre-made biscuits, pop it into the waffle iron, and let it do all the heavy lifting.
Savory corn and tomato stuffed waffles scream summer.
With ripe, juicy tomatoes and sweet corn, they explode off the plate with bright flavors.
To add a little heat to your morning, you can also add a few slices of jalapeno.
These stuffed waffles make a great summertime lunch with mint chutney, fresh cilantro, and a crunchy garden salad.
Thinking about these creamy, delightfully sweet blueberry cheesecake-stuffed French toast waffles makes my mouth water.
This recipe is fantastic because it uses Cinnamon Raisin bread as the waffle base.
Paired with sweet and creamy blueberries and cream cheese flavors, the insides ooze onto your place once you dig in.
Serve them as elevated brunch treats for guests, or reserve them all for yourself!
These lemon meringue pie stuffed waffles capture the essence of lemon meringue pie in waffle form.
It’s a great excuse to eat lemon meringue pie for breakfast!
Sometimes, I swap out the maple syrup and put Nutella on my waffles, but this recipe takes it to a new level.
With a scoop of Nutella placed on the raw waffle batter, the hazelnut flavors melt into each waffle for a sweet, nutty surprise inside.
They are crispy and crunchy outside with creamy, dream-like gooey insides.
These amazing PB&J stuffed waffles are a delightful twist on a lunch classic. Plus, they are surprisingly healthy!
The waffles incorporate flax seeds and almond milk that boost nutrition and provide a delightful crunch to these waffles.
It creates an insanely crunchy exterior with gooey peanut butter and jelly insides that ooze onto the plate.
In the mood for something a little more savory for breakfast?
You can’t beat these tender spinach, ham, and gruyere cheese stuffed waffles!
Ham and cheese are two flavors destined to be together.
These stuffed waffles incorporate sweet, salty ham, nutty gruyere cheese, and a savory kick from spinach!
They make an excellent Saturday morning breakfast or a breakfast-for-dinner option served with a steaming bowl of soup.
Where are all my sugary cereal fans?
Sometimes, the only thing dragging my lifeless body from bed is that bowl of Fruit Loops waiting for me in the kitchen.
These stuffed Fruit Loops waffles take those sugary cereal bombs and stuff them inside a waffle with cream cheese.
They’re so easy to whip together in a jiffy and will surely put a giant smile on your face.
Some say you can’t have pizza for breakfast, but these pizza-stuffed waffles are a great way to prove them wrong.
This recipe pairs breakfast-approved waffles with a smear of marinara, salty pepperoni, and oh-so-much mozzarella cheese.
They’re crunchy, cheesy, salty, and a great way to sneak pizza onto the breakfast table.
The outside of these heavenly strawberry cheesecake waffles says breakfast. The insides, however, scream dessert!
What I love most about these decedent waffles is that the insides are so delightfully creamy, just like a decedent strawberry cheesecake.
They make the most amazing Saturday morning treat to start your day off right!
These sausage and cheese stuffed waffles are the best of both worlds.
And the best part is that you won’t have to whip up a mix of homemade waffle batter.
These salty and savory waffles are so buttery and delicious because they incorporate store-bought crescent dough.
It creates the most buttery, flakey waffles with a smoky and cheese surprise in the middle!
Stuffed waffle mochi is a great way to transform this classic Asian treat into a delicious breakfast- and it’s so easy.
The hardest part might be tracking down pre-made mochi (aka stuffed rice balls).
You might be able to find them at your local Asian grocer, but if not, they are also available on Amazon.
Find your favorite flavor, pop them in the waffle iron, and that’s it!
They’re crispy and crunchy on the outside with gooey melt-in-your-mouth insides.
Bacon-stuffed waffles are like a BLT for breakfast, minus the L.
They pair smoky bacon with juicy tomatoes stuffed inside a fluffy waffle. Who could ask for more?
And with this recipe, you don’t have to skip the maple syrup.
A drizzle of maple syrup pairs perfectly with this recipe’s salty, savory flavors.
The Apple butter and bacon pairing is like heaven on a plate.
And once stuffed inside a crispy waffle, the combo is sure to be a new family favorite!
The best part of this recipe is that it’s so insanely easy.
It pairs pre-made crescent rolls stuffy with apple butter and smoky bacon.
Pop those bad boys in the waffle iron and let it work its magic.
Ok, these brownie stuffed waffles a la mode isn’t precisely breakfast food, no matter how you spin it. It’s 100 percent dessert.
If you are on the hunt for a dessert that’s a little different, look no further!
With a brownie-infused waffle and a scoop of vanilla ice cream, it’s the ultimate dessert and is so easy!
This recipe pairs all breakfast classics in one compact and delightful package.
And it’s a clever way to use those buttery pre-made biscuits from a can.
It seriously doesn’t get much easier than this. Cut pre-made biscuit dough in half and stuff it with eggs and bacon. That’s it!
Pop it on your waffle iron to transform simple breakfast foods into something spectacular.
In the sandwich hall of fame, the classic Monte Cristo ranks high. So why not make Monte Cristos for breakfast?
It’s sweet, salty, buttery, and savory- everything a good Monte Cristo should be.
With layers of salted meat, Swiss cheese, mustard, and delicate raspberry jam, it’s the sandwich to end all sandwiches.
Swap out bread for waffles, and it’s a meal that will make you the MVP of breakfast!
Everyone goes a little nutty for post-Thanksgiving sandwiches for a good reason.
Thanksgiving leftovers often show up for lunch and dinner, but this recipe lets breakfast get in on the action.
It combines turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, and cranberry sauce on a light, fluffy waffle.
It’s so filling that it might be your only meal all day.
These sloppy Joe waffles are 100 percent kid-approved! And as an adult, I must say that they’re pretty tasty (and so easy!).
They pair pre-made biscuit dough with a deliciously savory sloppy Joe mix. S
tuff your mixture into the biscuit, pop them on the waffle iron, and dig in!
They make an excellent dinner option when you want to put a fun twist on quick weeknight classics.
One bite of this delicious caramel apple stuffed waffle will get you in the mood for autumn!
It pairs juicy apples with sweet caramel inside a delightfully fluffy waffle.
The caramel apple insides are tender and delicate, with a punch of tartness that pairs perfectly with sweet caramel sauce.
It’s the ultimate sweater-weather breakfast!
These cheeseburger waffles may seem wild, but the flavors are incredible.
It pairs a tube of crescent rolls for a buttery, flaky waffle with a simple hamburger patty and oh-so-much cheese.
The best part of this recipe is you garnish it with all your favorite burger toppings, like ketchup, mustard, pickles, and lettuce.
These banana snickers stuffed waffles are an excellent breakfast that tastes like candy but sneaks in a nutritious punch.
Even though Snickers is in the recipe title, it doesn’t include any candy.
It infuses bananas, peanut butter, and chocolate chips inside a healthy waffle batter.
It might taste like candy, but it’s breakfast-approved!
Looking for something quick and easy that your kids will adore?
Sure, a box of mac and cheese is quick and easy, but what if we stuffed that mac and cheese into a waffle?
What I love most about this recipe is that it’s so easy.
It incorporates a can of flaky Pillsbury crescent rolls with a box of macaroni and cheese.
It’s cheesy, gooey, crunchy, and comes together quickly.
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