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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.

Waffle Recipes: Canadian Bacon Waffles

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.

Canadian Bacon Waffles
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Serves: 12
  • 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
  1. In a bowl, combine baking mix, eggs, and oil.
  2. Slowly add club soda; stir until smooth.
  3. Fold in Canadian bacon and cheese.
  4. Add batter to lightly greased waffle iron.
  5. 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.

Waffle Recipes from the new Gooseberry Patch's Game-Day Fan Fare Cookbook

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What do you like on or in your waffles?

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About Liza

Liza is a mom (5-year-old daughter, 20-year-old stepson, and 24-year-old stepdaughter) and wife living in Louisville. She loves spending time with her family, visiting the local zoo and parks, as well as planning travel adventures. Cooking and baking, DIY projects and crafts, and coffee - lots and lots of coffee - round out some of her other hobbies.

  21 Responses to “Canadian Bacon Waffles Recipe”

  1. I like butter and maple syrup on waffles.

  2. LOVE pecans in my waffles.. YUMMY…

  3. i like butter syrup and strawberries on my waffles


  5. I like chocolate chips and whipped cream.

  6. I like lite maple syrup and butter on my waffles.

  7. I like my waffles with melted butter and small amount of powder sugar, no syrup…Yummy that way..

  8. I love butter and maple syrup on my waffles!

  9. I like strawberries or blueberries on my waffles.

  10. I like butter and syrup on my waffles

  11. strawberreis and cool whip

  12. I like whipped cream and strawberries :)

  13. I like butter and maple syrup

  14. I like strawberries and cream or maple syrup on my waffles

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  16. I’m simple! Just some good syrup!

  17. Love syrup on mine

  18. I like lots of melted butter on my waffles.

  19. fruit! syrup! and also I love fruit flavored syrup and whip cream or cool whip.

  20. 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! :)

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