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Easiest Waffle Recipe Ever

Updated on March 27, 2011
Yum Yum Waffles!
Yum Yum Waffles!

You have a craving that you cannot control for some tasty waffles, but you don't want to spend hours in the kitchen cooking them, right?

You know what I'm talking about: dirtying up the mixing bowls, standing in front of the dang waffle iron and waiting for the light to go off, watching everyone one else eat the delicious waffles while you are burning your fingers on the stupid iron!

Well, not anymore. Now you can make waffles without the work. That's right, I've got the easiest waffle recipe ever. Are you ready? Are you sure? Do you think you can handle it?

This is going to change your life forever, so if you don't think you can handle it, you might want to stop reading now.

No more waffle iron!
No more waffle iron!

Easy Waffle Recipe

  1. Go to freezer
  2. Pull out frozen waffles
  3. Stick in toaster
  4. Wait for toaster to ding
  5. Eat!

Waffle Toppings

Need topping ideas for the perfect tasting waffles?

Spread on some peanut butter (good with syrup added too).

Warm up some jam, and spread it on. Yum, yum. Combine this with some peanut butter, and it's an embellished PBJ.

Whipped cream and strawberries! Oh yeah, Belgium it up.


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      Rachel L Alba 3 years ago from Every Day Cooking and Baking

      LOL I like that recipe too, especially since I don't have a waffle maker.

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      Lucas 4 years ago

      - Louisa, every one of these photos is aazming. Just lurve, lurve every aspect of it. The style, the impish fun,the dress, the cake, the flowers, the ambience you're one incredible photographer! Thanks for sharing.

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      Panda 7 years ago

      Not the best idea, Frozen waffles are not as yummy.

      My fave toping, Chocolate, strawberrys, boysnberry syrup, and whipcream (not cool whip). Best if made for dinner

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      Julia 7 years ago

      I much prefer the belgian waffle irons :-)

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      caredy 8 years ago

      i really love to eat and cook hotdog waffles but it never been perfect it will always be half of the waffle was nice to see its darker then the other side was lighter and its not like as nice as the other side.

      Hope you could help and advice me what's best to do for this.

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      frogyfish 8 years ago from Central United States of America

      I love Eggo waffles, but love mine - wholegrains - too. Just never seem to make the time to fix them up. And I like molasses with the peanut butter - and it has lots of iron which I need. Either that or lots of any kind of fruit piled on top! Yum!

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      ladyvenus 8 years ago

      Children just love the taste of waffle. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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      AndyBaker 8 years ago from UK

      Wow -that makes things a lot easier.

      Thanks for this.

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      Tom Cornett 8 years ago from Ohio

      I thought all I could make was waffles! Thank you! :)

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      cgull8m 8 years ago from North Carolina

      I have a Waffle Maker just like the picture makes awesome crunch Waffles, add original Maple syrup (Vermont or from Canada) add strawberries, some butter, sliced bananas makes a great breakfast :).

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      Rebecca Graf 9 years ago from Wisconsin

      You cannot be the ease of these waffles. LOL!!! I like them with fruit all over them or with jam.

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      brad4l 9 years ago from USA

      Well, you weren't kidding that probably is the easiest waffle recipe ever :)

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      countrywomen 9 years ago from Washington, USA

      You got me....hehe. That's the way I have my waffles too with lots of Maple syrup topping.

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      filarecki 9 years ago from United States

      Great idea. I love your humor

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      Karen Ellis 9 years ago from Central Oregon

      Very Cute. But, sorry there is no comparison between frozen and homemade waffles.

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      Home 'n Biz Blend 9 years ago from Yarrawonga Park

      Waffles? mmmm. Best bread substitute ever for people with allergies to normal bread ingreadients. But your recipe's definitely the easiest I've ever seen!

      BUT, I can get 'em in my freezer pretty quick too and fill up those guests and regulars who'd normally starve if you offered them the usual fare. I'll do a hub on my quick delumptious waffles and they'll be almost as easy as yours! :)

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      Patty Inglish 9 years ago from USA. Member of Asgardia, the first space nation, since October 2016

      I DO enjoy frozen waffles from time to time. I don't even have a waffle iron anymore, but saw one at the Salvation Army store... If I get one, I will make many 1000s of waffles and freeze them.

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      NYLady 9 years ago from White Plains, NY

      Yup -- this one sounds good to me. The less cooking, the better!

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      anime_nanet 9 years ago from Portugal

      Hehe. this hub reminds me of another one I saw recently about Obama Waffles. How I laughed!

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      Stacie Naczelnik 9 years ago from Seattle

      Ah...poor Isabella--the one thing about living outside of the U.S. that can be cumbersome is when you have a food craving that you can't find.

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      Isabella Snow 9 years ago

      I have looked for frozen waffles over here and I have yet to find them. :( Fortunately, the real kind are available everywhere. But I'd still like an Eggo!

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      Ryan Hupfer 9 years ago from San Francisco, CA

      Mmmmm...waffles. :) Thanks for answering!

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      Bob Ewing 9 years ago from New Brunswick

      We use frozen waffles now and then, love them with peanut butter or honey.

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      Stacie Naczelnik 9 years ago from Seattle

      Trader Joe's has some fabulous frozen waffles. Both regular and gluten free are good.

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      Rodney Fagan 9 years ago from Johannesberg South Africa, The Gold Mine City

      Great Idea. Unfortunately I remain old school and prefer to mix wash clean-up etc., Then, at least, I do not have to read the list of ingredients on the packages to know what it is that I am eating. This is becouse I unfortunaitly allergic to soy or soya and also most of the preservitives used in processed foods. .

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      SweetiePie 9 years ago from Southern California, USA

      I love this recipe, plus it is so much easier than having to scrub burnt offering off the waffle iron :).

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      Merle Ann Johnson 9 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

      they also make good P-nutbutter anf jelly sanwiche..or spread a soft cheese and jam on them yumms...many good ideas for these easy waffles...they make a good dessert too...loaded with strawberries. or blueberries. or even blackberries and then topped with Whipped cream or simply sprinkled with powdered sugar...G-ma :o) hugs

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      earnestshub 9 years ago from Melbourne Australia

      As a busy person I will take your advice and use the toaster, although the ding part sounds complicated.

      BTW could I add chocolate to the strawberries and cream?