Waffles topped with mixed berries
19 Creative Ways To Use Frozen Waffles
French Toast
Give frozen waffles new life by transforming them into French toast. Unlike sandwich bread, the custard can soak into the nooks and crannies of the waffle.
Mix a standard custard of eggs, vanilla, cinnamon, and a splash of milk. Then, dip your defrosted waffles into the custard and toss them on a hot, greased skillet.
Breakfast Sandwich
With the thickness of a slice of bread without the carbs of a bagel, frozen waffles make an ideal stacking component for breakfast sandwiches.
The pockets will trap all the condiments and keep the sandwich locked in rather than sliding all over the place. For an upgraded sandwich, try waffles with pockets of maple syrup.
Dessert Fries
Start by cooking the frozen waffles until they're crispy; an air fryer works best. Cook them until all the edges and holes are perfectly crisped up.
Cut the waffles into pieces and slather them with your favorite toppings such as melted butter, cinnamon, and sugar. Serve with a chocolate dipping sauce.
Ice Cream Sandwich
To make the best ice cream sandwiches, substitute the cookies with toaster waffles. The waffle is much sturdier than a cookie, making this dessert easy to eat.
Swap out the plain waffle with
a chocolate or cinnamon one
to match the ice cream flavor. You can also roll the sandwich
in sprinkles or chopped nuts
for extra texture.
Waffle Pizzas
Waffles are an underrated pizza crust alternative. The pockets provide space to balance the toppings, while the crusty waffle will upgrade the texture of the pizza.
After the waffles are fully warmed and crisp, add your pizza sauce, cheese, and toppings and bake for just a few minutes to melt the cheese.