12. Waffle Iron Quesadillas
It’s as if tortillas were made for the waffle iron. The iron naturally seals the edges, too, so all of the cheese and good stuff doesn’t ooze out. This would be a good lunch experiment if you have leftover meat from last night’s dinner.
13. Waffle Iron Panini
If a panini press can do it, so can a waffle iron, right? It’s pretty much the same concept except for the deeper grooves. Instead of spraying the iron, I would just butter up the bread real well!
14. Waffle Iron Crab Cakes
Adds just the right amount of crispiness to the edges. If this could work, then how about mashed potatoes or zucchini fritters!? I’m getting inspired here.
15. Waffle Iron Carrot Cake
Does this mean we can eat it for breakfast? I don’t see why not! Using your waffle iron for a cake or muffin mix works the same way that it does with waffle batter, and you get the fun shape of a waffle AND the sweet taste of cake!
16. Waffled Mac & Cheese
Unreal. Macaroni & Cheese has never looked so good. The bread crumbs (or panko crumbs) gives this popular comfort food a unique, yummy crisp. Breading the macaroni and cheese would seem impossible, but not if you refrigerate it first to keep it together in a nice little block.
17. Waffled Cinnamon Rolls
Cinnamon Rolls with a twist! This is probably one of the most popular new ways to cook cinnamon rolls, party because they turn out amazing, but also, just think about how easy this is with the help of Pillsbury! They also cook in less than 3 minutes this way as opposed to 15 or so minutes in the oven. Check out Katie’s tips and tricks on making Cinnamon Roll Waffles!