Waffle sandwiches: heaven on earth. There’s nothing better than waffles for breakfast, especially a PB&J waffle sandwich in the morning when you’re struggling to get to your 8 am class.
Even Leslie Knope from Parks and Rec knows the truth. Here are some mouthwateringly delicious sandwich combos to mix up your tried-and-true favorites.
Tater tots are delicious, but even better in waffle grilled cheese form. Add in bacon, and you’ve got a winner.
If you want to have breakfast for lunch, try this new creation which combines a sizzling burger patty with grated, melted cheese on top.
Creamy Nutella topped with vanilla ice cream and cinnamon sprinkled on top? Yes please. Making this will probably be the best decision you’ve made with your day, no lie.
This recipe is even more epic than it sounds.
Here’s how to make this savory sandwich: Take two waffles with shredded Swiss cheese and ham, dip them into whisked eggs and milk and on medium heat. Then, wait for the cheese to get super melty and sandwich everything in a second waffle covered in raspberry jam. You can even add powdered sugar on top for an over-the-top sugary kick.
Mmm, grilled cheese. It’s an essential staple in every childhood lunchbox, but why not jazz it up with the addition of some fresh fruit and fancy cheese? #Bougie
Get into the fall spirit and try out these pumpkin apple butter waffles with a pumpkin spice latte. There’s no such thing as a pumpkin overload, am I right?
Everyone loves s’mores, and the gooey chocolate with marshmallow combo in these waffles are no less delicious.
Try a savory take on the old classic sandwich by adding texture with waffles. It’s the grown up version of the ham ‘n cheese that used to be in your lunchbox at recess.
What’s better than a normal BLT? A BLT with waffles, of course.
Fried cheese with the delicious texture of waffles. It’s the trendy version of mozzarella sticks, we swear.
If you want a healthy sandwich idea, try the protein-packed sandwich of turkey and pepperjack cheese plus an avocado, ’cause you’re just that healthy.
Let’s be honest, this is the sandwich you make for brunch when you want to be extra fancy. And trust us, the work pays off because this eggs Benedict sandwich is better than anything you’ll order at a restaurant.