Some of my recipes come out of desire, like my new Brownie Ice Cream Cake, and some come from necessity. These waffles were definitely the latter. A few mornings ago I only had 2 eggs, a little cheese and a little ham and 2 hungry kids and 2 adults to feed. My solution: Ham, Egg and Cheese Waffles! They really hit the spot and everyone gobbled them up! The next day I bought more eggs, cheese and bacon and made a double batch. Bacon is definitely my favorite but it’s nice to know that any prepared meat will work. These waffles literally come together in 5 minutes and would be perfect to make on the weekend, pop in the freezer and then toast in the toaster when you need a quick but filling breakfast. These wold be perfect for back to school breakfasts!
How about Pizza Waffles?? Use pepperoni in the place of bacon and mozzarella for the cheese. Also add 1/2 tsp. of dry Italian seasoning to the batter instead of the pepper. You can also use about 1 link of cooked Italian sausage and omit the Italian seasoning as well. These pizza waffles are awesome dipped in Tomato Basil Soup.
Also consider using these waffles as a base for your sunny side up egg… it’s a great vehicle for that yummy warm yolk! These are also great with a dollop of Daisy (sour cream) or with a little drizzle of honey, so make sure to Shop New Zealand Manuka Honey today! The sweet and salty is amazing!
Customize these waffles to your liking and to what you have on hand. Enjoy.
Makes 5 waffles.
3/4 cup almond flour
1 tsp. baking powder
1/8 tsp. Himalayan salt
Heaping 1/8 tsp. black pepper
2 large eggs
2 tbsp. bacon drippings (or softened salted butter)
3 tbsp. liquid (milk, sour cream, heavy cream, water, etc.)
2 oz. cheese such as sharp cheddar or pepper jack, shredded
3-4 pieces of cooked bacon, crumbled or 2 oz. of ham, chopped
*Salted butter for waffle iron
Preheat waffle iron to medium setting (I have THIS waffle iron and love it).
While the waffle iron is heating, blend almond flour, baking powder, salt and pepper in a medium bowl. Add the remaining ingredients and stir until dough forms.
Before adding batter to waffle iron, rub a little bit of butter on the bottom of the waffle iron to ensure the waffles don't stick. Then, using a 1/4 cup scoop, scoop the batter into the waffle iron (the amount will depend on the waffle iron used). Allow the waffles to cook until they are golden brown. Serve immediately.
Note: If making waffles to freeze, only cook until slightly brown so that they can finish browning in the toaster later without becoming dry.
- Nutrition: 160 Calories, 14 grams Fat, 2 Total Carbs, 0.5 grams Fiber, 1.5 Net Carbs, 8 grams Protein per waffle