Waffles are so much more than dough-based cakes that are generally eaten for breakfast
The bread of the waffle is soft and fluffy, the edges slightly toasted and crisp. Their square nooks and crannies are vehicles for holding the delicious toppings that will soon be spread
Butter, maple syrup, jam, peanut butter, fruit and berries,
chocolate, cheese, eggs, meat... there's no shortage of toppings
Nature's Path Organic Wild Berry Buckwheat Waffles
Wheat free and gluten free
Ingredients: Water, brown rice flour, potato starch, yellow corn flour,
soy oil, tapioca starch, granulated sugar cane juice, buckwheat flour,
blueberry pieces, rice flour, palm kernel oil, pectin, natural flavour, potato
flour, baking powder, soy lecithin, natural blueberry flavour and sea salt
Nutrition Facts (1 Waffle): 95 calories, 3.5g fat, 16.5g carbs, 2.5g sugar, 1g protein
How the waffles look on the box...
And how the waffles look inside
They look even better than the picture on the box!
Time to pop a waffle in the toaster and grab my scrumptious toppings...
Homemade Berry Jam that my boss made
I believe it's made with blackberries, raspberries and blueberries
She warned the texture was more like a smoothie
It tasted unbelievable! I find some jams to be too astringent and robustly sweet, or
on the flip side, too bitter/tart. This jam was just the right balance, sweet and smooth
First I spread Kraft Natural Chunky Peanut Butter on top of the toasted waffle
Then a spoonful of the homemade jam went on
Paired with a sliced banana
Sure this tastes just as good on a thick and fresh slice of bread, but only
a waffle can collect pools of peanut butter and jam in its square grooves
My favourite way to enjoy waffles is traditionally made with
butter and maple syrup, although most waffles are served
with whipped butter or whipped cream and berry syrup compote
Supposedly the ultimate waffle combo is waffles,
peanut butter, fried chicken and bacon! Mmmmm
Question: How do you usually dress your waffles?