10 uses for a waffle iron besides making waffles
Waffle iron hash browns
It's the perfect vessel for crispy, flavorful hash browns. Simply coat the iron with spray and add your favorite hash brown ingredients, then cook until crisp
Waffle iron eggs
Eggs that are light and fluffy on the inside but crisp on the outside, whisk some eggs in a bowl, then add milk and your favorite cheese before pouring the mixture in the waffle iron.
Waffle iron pizza
Cheese and marinara, you can have a delicious waffle iron pizza on your table in about an hour. Simply make a pocket with the dough that encloses all your favorite pizza ingredients
Waffle iron quesadillas
The recipe couldn't be easier — cheese, tortillas, and maybe some peppers or cooked meat — but the payoff is amazing.
Quick waffle iron baked apples
In terms of work-to-reward ratio, this might be the most perfect recipe on the list. Just slice some apples into about 1/4'' slices, and then, if you want,coat with sugar
Panini presses are old hat. The best way to ensure your hot sandwich has a perfectly toasted, crusty exterior is to toast it in your waffle iron.
Lazy waffle fries
This one is comically simple. Instead of popping your frozen fries in the oven, stuff your waffle iron full of them, and they'll be ready in about 10 minutes.
The edges will crisp up as if you've deep-fried the cheese but without the use of all that fatty oil. But, uh, don't get ahead of yourself. You're still pretty much just eating cheese.
If you add an extra egg to your brownie batter and then pour the brownie dough into your waffle iron just as you would with waffle batter
This recipe courtesy of Serious Eats makes for a relatively easy but incredibly satisfying dessert without the need to heat up a gigantic pot of oil. As an added bonus, the nooks
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