How to Make Healthy Waffles

Nothing says “good morning” like a plate of hot, buttery waffles. Watching syrup pool in the tiny pockets and ooze out when you dig your fork in for each delicious bite is truly a treat worth hopping out of bed for. But if you’re like most people, there’s always a nagging doubt in the back of your mind that maybe all that sugar and butter and griddle-fried flour isn’t very good for you. Never fear—by simply swapping out a few key ingredients, you can feel better about your dietary choices without having to sacrifice this timeless breakfast favorite.

How to Make Cookie Dough Waffles

Cookie dough is a popular dessert that many people enjoy devouring more than the actual cookie itself. Cookie dough can be combined with other type of dishes, making it a delicious dessert to enjoy any time. If you'd like to increase your waffle level, try out cookie dough waffles. These sweet, chocolatey waffles are sure to become a new favorite at breakfast once they're served on the table.
  • Makes: Approx. 10 servings

How to Make Chocolate Brownie Waffles

Everyone loves brownies. Everyone loves waffles. But what if you could have a combination of the two? Chocolate brownie waffles are a great twist on plain waffles and quick to make (and eat, for that matter)! Typically yields 4 waffles, but this can depend on your waffle iron.