Thank you to Goosebery Patch for providing a copy of Game-Day Fan Fare so we could try some waffle recipes. All thoughts and words are 100% my own.
I’m kind of in love with waffles lately. Which some (my parents) might consider odd, because I didn’t care for waffles growing up. I actually didn’t love pancakes all that much, to be honest. If I had breakfast, I wanted eggs and toast, maybe some bacon. But in college on Saturday mornings they had a waffle bar and I started to dip my toe into the world of waffles. I wouldn’t say I was a groupie, but they were on my radar.
But for the last few months they’ve been on my mind more than ever. So when I saw that they made waffle plates for my Griddler, I knew it was fate. After weeks of being out of stock, I finally scored a set and have been a waffle-making machine over the last few days.
In the middle of my waffle madness my copy of the new Gooseberry Patch Game-Day Fan Fare arrived. It’s always hard for me to choose the first recipe I want to try but this time it was easy. Because Game-Day Fan Fare includes a couple of recipes for waffles. The pumpkin ones will wait until fall but the Canadian Bacon Waffles, submitted by Jan Fishback, sounded perfect.
- 2 C biscuit baking mix
- 2 eggs, lightly beaten
- ½ C oil
- 1 C club soda
- ½ C Canadian bacon, diced (roughly three slices)
- ½ C shredded cheddar cheese
- In a bowl, combine baking mix, eggs, and oil.
- Slowly add club soda; stir until smooth.
- Fold in Canadian bacon and cheese.
- Add batter to lightly greased waffle iron.
- Cook according to manufacturer’s instructions.
I ended up cooking my waffles about 60-90 seconds longer than my manufacturer’s suggestions. I’d just take a peek at them after the recommended time and then finish cooking based on your preferences. I personally like my waffles a little darker and crispier, so I cook mine a bit longer. Next time I’ll also use more cheese as it was a bit subtle and because, well, I feel like you can’t really ever have too much cheese.
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What do you like on or in your waffles?
21 Responses to “Canadian Bacon Waffles Recipe”
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I like butter and maple syrup on waffles.
LOVE pecans in my waffles.. YUMMY…
i like butter syrup and strawberries on my waffles
I LIKE MINE WITH JUST BUTTER.
I like chocolate chips and whipped cream.
I like lite maple syrup and butter on my waffles.
I like my waffles with melted butter and small amount of powder sugar, no syrup…Yummy that way..
I love butter and maple syrup on my waffles!
I like strawberries or blueberries on my waffles.
I like butter and syrup on my waffles
strawberreis and cool whip
I like whipped cream and strawberries
I like butter and maple syrup
I like strawberries and cream or maple syrup on my waffles
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I’m simple! Just some good syrup!
Love syrup on mine
I like lots of melted butter on my waffles.
fruit! syrup! and also I love fruit flavored syrup and whip cream or cool whip.
Yum! Real Vermont maple syrup is the best on top of waffles!
Well, I’d be a tiny bit remiss if I didn’t vote for Maine maple syrup 😉 but I totally agree about the real thing being best!