Once in a while an idea comes along that is SO brilliant, you just have to give it a go. Recently I have been hearing about stuffed French toast quite often and I thought I would give it a try. So I gathered the supplies and …
Well considering the “toast” is sort of a vital component of French toast, I figured I would have to come up with something else. I had seen stuffed waffles before but wasn’t sure exactly how to go about making them. I did a little research and found out that its simpler than I originally anticipated. What follows is the joyous finale: a towering, fluffy, decadent experience. They are not low-fat. They are not gluten-free, Paleo, clean eating, low-carb or “diet” in any sense of the word. But they are rich and sweet and salty and delicious. So if you’re gonna splurge, you might as well do it right! In all seriousness though, you could use skim milk, fat-free cream cheese and turkey-bacon to make recipe a little less naughty. But what’s the fun in that?
My waffle iron does round waffles in quadrants. If you wanted to serve these for brunch without filling everyone up before they try everything else, you could break these waffles into quadrants and serve them that way too.
Looking for more great things to make in a waffle iron? Check out my post, Beyond the Belgians for tons of great non-waffle recipes you can make in your waffle iron!
What do you think of these Cream Cheese and Bacon Stuffed Waffles?
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