There’s a waffle lot to love about this breakfast staple: the batter is a cinch to make and there’s truly no better comfort food for mopping up all that sweet, sticky maple syrup. So get your waffle iron ready with these mouth-watering recipes worth devouring for breakfast, dinner and dessert.
Three different grains give these simple waffles a light and nutty flavour that pairs perfectly with tangy yogurt and homemade preserves.
Slow-Cooker Overnight Breakfast Casserole
Wake up to a fully cooked, complete breakfast with this scrumptious casserole. Toss the ingredients before going to bed – including ham, sausage, cheese and waffles – and wake up to the irresistible aroma filling your kitchen. We’ve got more must-try breakfast casseroles to bookmark.
Banana Buttermilk Waffles
These golden waffles are as scrumptious as they look. Mashed bananas in the batter adds extra moisture and natural sweetness. Top with toasted walnuts before serving.
Waffled Carrot Cake
Did you know you can make cake in a waffle maker? Skip the homemade batter and opt for a boxed carrot cake mix for a simple treat. This homemade cream cheese icing gives it a decadent touch. For the real deal, browse our best carrot cake recipes.
Fried Chicken and Wild Rice Waffles with Pink Peppercorn Sauce
This delicious twist on the comfort classic features crispy buttermilk fried chicken atop fluffy wild rice waffles. If that doesn’t pack enough Southern charm for you, the addition of homemade sauce seals the deal. Short on time? Try one of these easy ramen recipes.
Wafflemaker Hash Browns
Ree takes frozen shredded hash browns to another level by adding ham and cheese, then using a waffle iron to transform them into mouthwatering squares.
Southwestern Corn Waffles
Waffles get a touch of southern flavour with the addition of corn and paprika. Take them to work with you and assemble into a sandwich with tangy lime crema, avocado and zippy Monterey Jack cheese and enjoy!
Paleo Pumpkin Waffles
Waffles aren’t just for breakfast, especially when they’re naturally sweetened with pumpkin puree and topped with a homemade fruit compote. The best part is they’re paleo and gluten-free, so everyone can enjoy guilt-free.
Cola-Braised Beef Waffle Sandwich
If you’re pairing braised beef with pillowy waffles, you might as well go all the way and add Coca Coca to the pot to cook the meat. Because why not? May we also direct your attention toward these iconic Southern comfort food recipes.
Whole-Wheat Vegan Waffles
If you’re plant-based, you can still enjoy Sunday brunch with a stack of crisp and tender waffles thanks to this whole-wheat vegan recipe. Top it off with maple syrup, fresh fruit or nut butter for a hearty finish.
Zucchini Bread Waffles
Bring the garden to your breakfast table with a wonderful waffled version of your favourite veggie-filled bread. It may be sweet and covered in syrup, but you’re still getting your veggies in early.
Breakfast Sausage, Egg and Cheddar Waffle-wich
A sausage patty with a fried egg and cheese get stuffed between two crispy waffles and drizzled with smoky bacon flavoured maple syrup, making for a messy, knife-and-fork version of the classic brunch staple.
Bite-Sized Chicken and Waffles
Get ready to impress with fluffy waffles and juicy chicken pieces. One bite of these spicy chicken chunks and your guests are sure to come back for seconds, maybe even thirds.
These sweet waffles have a hint of spice from the cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg, which pairs perfectly with the pumpkin purée.
Sour Cream Waffles with Fresh Peaches and Toasted Pecan Praline Sauce
A tantalizing tropical brunch creation that’s the epitome of weekend decadence. Forget cold weather exists with these tropical dessert recipes to make any day of the year.
Peanut Butter French Toast "Waffles" with Mixed Berry Sauce
Take your typical French toast up a notch by cooking it in a waffle iron. Top with peanut butter, homemade berry syrup and banana slices for a seriously decadent breakfast or brunch.
Overnight Belgian Waffles
The word “overnight” is right in the title, so there’s no need to frantically rush around the kitchen on the morning of your brunch. The day before the feast, prep the waffle batter and leave it to cool in the fridge overnight. The next morning, it’ll be ready to go and all you’ll have left are a few stress-free steps with the waffle iron.
Maple Nut Wafflewich
Bright red waffles and white ice cream make a perfectly patriotic dessert to celebrate Canada Day or any day you so choose. Use maple walnut ice cream to accentuate the flavour for double the fun.