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Stuffed Waffles

I wasn't sure I was going to blog these stuffed waffles since it was the first time I tried using the new iron but since I'd already taken the pics as I went I figured, why not? They aren't perfect but they are delicious!

I'd seen videos floating around TikTok and Instagram of people making stuffed waffles so I hopped over to Amazon and ordered the Elite Gourmet version.  The instructions were fairly straightforward but there was no recipe so I made up a batch of Classic Waffle batter.

Then I scoured the fridge for things to stuff them with.    First up, some leftover taco meat from the previous night and Fiesta blend cheese,  pepperoni and mozzarella cheese and lastly some strawberries and cream cheese.


For the taco stuffed I added the taco meat and cheese in the middle and then set out some salsa and sour cream to top them with.  Learning curve lesson 1- make sure your ingredients are all room temp before you start, they will bake much quicker. 

For the pepperoni pizza style, I cut the pepperoni in quarters using kitchen shears, sprinkled with mozzarella cheese and then a bit of Italian seasoning.  Those I served up with some warmed sauce.

Lastly, the strawberry "cheesecake style.  In a small bowl I heated up some cream cheese then added some vanilla bean paste to it.  I laid down some strawberry slices and then dolloped the cream cheese mixture on top. I finished those off with a dusting of powdered sugar and more strawberries on top.

Learning curve lesson 2- next time I need to do a bit less batter and more of the goodies and work on the division of the batter a bit more.  I also recommend if you're going to be making several kinds to find some way to mark them because you can't really tell one flavor from the other by the outside.  

I've definitely got a lot more ideas I want to try, blueberries and lemon curd, ham and cheese, cornbread waffles with a chili center.  I love products like this that let me get into the kitchen and be creative!

Stuffed Waffles

Stuffed Waffles
Yield: 4
Author: Jolene's Recipe Journal


  • 2c flour
  • 1T sugar
  • 1T baking powder
  • 1t salt
  • 1 3/4c milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 2T vegetable oil
  • 1t vanilla extract
Filling ideas
  • For sweet waffles, use berries, cream cheese, bananas, Nutella, lemon curd. Top with maple syrup, whipped cream, ice cream, additional berries
  • For savory waffles, use pepperoni, cooked ham, cheese, taco meat, cooked bacon. Serve with salsa, marinara, hot honey.


  1. Combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in a large bowl. Whisk milk, eggs, oil in medium bowl. Whisk milk mixture into dry ingredients just until dry ingredients are thoroughly moistened.
  2. Preheat the Elite Gourmet Fluffy Stuffed Waffle Maker. Pour 1/4 cup batter into iron. Top with filling ingredients. Pour another 1/4 cup of batter carefully on top, making sure that the insert section is filled to the top.
  3. Close lid and bake for approximate 8 to 10 minutes. Carefully remove waffle using the insert and place on serving platter. Top as desired.

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Karen said…
That is so creative! Sounds like a great "clean out the fridge" cooking adventure.
Inger said…
Well that sure looks like fun! I can think of lots of things to stuff a waffle with!
tsallinger said…
Oooh, these look so fun! I have never tried making stuffed waffles before. The flavors sound fantastic.

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