French Waffles




Introduction: French Waffles

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Who doesn't love french toast and waffles.... well I sure do. Here is a great way to combine both of my favorite breakfast treats together - waffles and french toast.

How many different combo names can you come up with?

This is so super easy to make and so yummy too.


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Step 1: Ingredients

Get all your ingredients together

2 eggs
Maple syrup
a large mixing bowl
waffle maker
and some fresh berrys too!

Step 2: Mix It Up

in your large bowl combine the 2 eggs, a few shakes of the cinnamon, and splash of vanilla and some milk. 

Mix together with a fork. 

Step 3: Let Your Bread Take a Dip

Take 1 slice of your bread and coat both sides with your yummy egg mixture. 

Step 4: Warm Up Your Waffle Maker

I'm using a very simple waffle maker that you just have to plug in and wait about 3 to 4 minutes to heat up.  Follow your directions on what ever style of waffle maker you may own for cook time and heating up time. I do add a little bit of butter to the iron just to make sure nothing will stick. 

Take your slice of bread and add it to the waffle maker - close down and wait for it to cook. It took about 3 minutes for mine to completely cook. 

Now repeat with the other slice - you can't just have only one slice. 

Step 5: Get Your Fork Ready

Transfer your french waffles to your plate -  add some fresh berry and the famous maple syrup and enjoy!

This was so easy to make and so yummy!!

I can only imagine what other great breads would make some amazing french waffles too!!

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    9 Discussions


    6 years ago on Introduction

    A very good recipe, even better then regular french toast! :D


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you. I didn't understand what is this famous French bread. Now I know that it is what we call in French "pain perdu" (lost bread). I really regret not having a waffle maker.


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Except "Pain perdu" is called French toast and is not cooked in a waffle cooker but in a pan.

    Nice variation though.

    Nice idea! I do like them both and this sounds like a great way to enjoy them together!