It's milk chocolate flavored with cinnamon and chile and meant to be melted into milk to make Mexican hot chocolate but when you melt it between two layers of bread it becomes the chocolatey, cinnamon toast of your dreams.
If you are making these for one and trying to figure out it you should invite a friend over or devour all 8 waffles, no worries, these waffle freeze beautifully and can be reheated in your toaster or toaster oven.
Delicious grilled chicken, avocado, red onions, and tomato smothered in chipotle mayo sandwiched between a crispy plantain waffle to create a waffle slider you’ll dream about….Did that sentence make you hungry?
What a lovely idea. Eating pancakes after noon. Nibbling on muffins at 6 PM. Digging into a hearty omelet after work. Thank goodness there are much smarter people out there in the world that pioneered the way to my ultimate brinner waffle feast.
The batter base is versatile- simply sub in the cup of blueberries for your favorite berry or chocolate chips. Almond extract and other spices for the cinnamon can easily be swapped in and out- customize to your liking.
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Happy National Waffle Day! For those of you who don't really care for waffles, exit this post immediately because we're all about showing the extreme love we have for waffles today. Whether they have a savory spin or are topped off with mountains of sweetness, waffles are extremely adaptable.
Some background on this delicious day -- On August 24th, 1869, a man named Cornelius Swartwout from New York received the first U.S. patent for the waffle iron. However, the origin of the actual waffle recipe dates back to long before that time. All this talk about waffle history is making us hungry, click through the slideshow above for 23 mouthwatering waffle recipes.
For more on this scrumptious food, check out the video below for tips on how to make the perfect, crispy waffles: