Make awesome desserts with our Easy Waffle Dessert Recipes!
The only thing I like more than waffles for breakfast is waffles for dessert! Not only are waffles becoming a more and more popular breakfast food throughout the world, but they’re also starting to become a more and more popular dessert, also.
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In this article, we outline some of our favorite waffle dessert recipes. We want to be clear, we’re not the creators of these delicious waffle desert recipes that your family will love, we’re simply pointing you in the right direction!
Please click on the links and explore these food bloggers’ recipes!
The Weary Chef makes these incredible Pumpkin Waffles with Cream Cheese Filling. Since we’re now in Autumn the United States has turned into “Pumpkin Everything”. Therefore, these Pumpkin Waffle Sandwiches line up perfectly with your Pumpkin Spice Latte needs!
Sugar Dish Me has really tasty Cinnamon Sugar Waffle Bites that can be made in just 5 minutes. In addition to that, they do this with only 5 ingredients! Seriously, I don’t want to give away their ingredients but you’ll likely have this at home already and will be able to quickly whip up these waffle bites tonight in no time.
Let’s Eat Cake has a post in which they outline 5 Waffle Ice Cream Sandwiches to try this summer. Summer’s over you say? Let’s be real, you have ice cream year round. Give them a shot! And yes, those are Fruity Pebbles on the ice cream sandwich.
Happy Foods Tube has a White Chocolate Waffle Cake with Blueberries that looks like it should be in a restaurant. It’s actually a combination of waffles, blueberries, and white chocolate mousse. All of this with only a prep time of 20 minutes. I can’t give it away, you’ll have to visit their blog for the recipe.
A Spicy Perspective has a Brownie Belgium Waffle a la Mode that will have you making brownie waffles every day. Just to be clear, this dessert is for one of those days when the calorie counting is out the window. It’s definitely high on calories but worth every bit.
Eating Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches always takes me back to my childhood. In this recipe, Inspired by Charm brings the classic PB&J and combines it with waffles and ice cream, what’s not to love?
Tip Hero teamed up with Food Network’s Chopped Junior to bring you epic food mashups. In the meantime, enjoy their waffle Ice Cream cake. Basically, instead of frosting you have ice cream and instead of cake you have chocolate waffles. Total time is 3 hours and worth every minute.
What? Keto Chocolate Waffles? I didn’t even now that those existed! Ditch the Carbs also has a regular keto waffle recipe in addition to the chocolate one. Keto is short for Ketogenesis. Read more about ketogenesis here. In short, keeping your carbs very, very low to nonexistent will catapult your body into a fat burning mode and you’ll be able to shed body fat without restricting calories. It’ll also reduce inflammation and often it will alleviate symptoms from autoimmune diseases. Often, waffles and keto don’t go together, but Ditch the Carbs has found a recipe that works. They also use one of my favorite waffle makers, the Cuisinart Classic.
It’s not often that a Ukranian recipe is mixed with a Latino ingredient like Dulce de Leche. That’s what makes this recipe by Natasha’s Kitchen so unique. Although she uses wafers instead of waffles, you can easily make the “wafers” yourself using a cookie waffle maker.
You can whip up these Gingerbread waffles in just 25 total minutes with Smitten Kitchen’s waffle recipe. Warning, though, these waffles will be tough to take out. Be patient and use waffle tongs or a spatula to gently coax them out.
In this Bewitchen Kitchen post, Randa puts together an awesome Caramel Waffle Recipe. If you’re avoiding eggs, then this may be the recipe for you.
Imagine for a minute, that you take brownies and physically form them into waffles. That’s what this recipe is like from The Kitchen Whisperer. This recipe is guaranteed to satisfy your chocolate craving. Be sure to thrown on a scoop of vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
The Baker Mama has a delicious Blueberry Cake Waffle recipe that you can put together in just 30 total minutes. You likely also have most of the ingredients in your kitchen already. The blueberries cooked within the waffles give it a moist, sweet taste even without the glaze. So you can go without glazing it if you wish, but it’s just so much better with the glaze. This recipe includes how to make the glaze also, and it just consists of two ingredients.
Barbara Bakes has an ice cream waffle bowl recipe that won’t disappoint. Best of all, the waffle bowl consists of just 6 ingredients. This is why I recommend NEVER buying frozen waffles. There are just too many quick, easy, and delicious waffle recipes online to ever ingest preservatives again.
I was sitting around one day thinking about Choco Tacos. Don’t you ever sit around your house and think about food? I can’t find Choco Tacos anywhere around here so I decided to google a recipe and I found Sugar Hero’s Homemade Choco Tacos recipe. It’s awesome! I also loved that they use a waffle iron to make the taco. Please note, you can’t make these with a Belgian or Regular waffle maker, it has to be with a waffle cone maker or waffle cookie maker.
All of these recipes are easy and delicious. I hope that you browse through these food bloggers’ websites and enjoy all of the recipes that they spend so much time perfecting for others.
If you’re looking at baking waffles on a regular basis, then I encourage you to look at our review of the Chef’s Choice line of waffle makers.