'waffle' on Serious Eats

Waffle Iron Churros

Want to eat churros every morning but don't want to deal with daily deep frying? Then ese waffled churros are for you. Plus, the nooks and crannies of the waffled churros provide space for the chocolate sauce to pool. More

Waffle Iron Ramen

Waffling ramen breathes new life into an old standby. The dish retains the familiarity of the wavy instant noodles and takes on a new texture from the waffle iron, becoming at turns crispy and soft. More

Waffle-Iron Hash Browns

Using the waffle iron to make hash browns means you get crunchy bits on both sides. You get silky smooth potato inside. And you get all of this without having to flip the potatoes or fuss over them in the pan. You may never make hash browns any other way again. More

Macaroni and Cheese Waffles

Waffled macaroni and cheese might not rank quite as high on the list of "things you must try before you die" as, say, a fresh-from-the-water oyster, or a sliver of Parmesan sliced off of a wheel that has just been opened in front of your eyes, or skinny dipping in mixed company, but it's certainly good enough that it should immediately make your list of second-tier priorities. That is, of course, if you do it right. More

Whole-Grain Waffles from 'The Vermont Farm Table Cookbook'

Vermont is often known for its commitment to wholesome, healthy foods (in addition to all that cheese, of course). Whole-grain flours are therefore a common sight in pastry counters and bread displays. Tracey Medeiros features a number of whole-grain baked goods in her new cookbook, The Vermont Farm Table Cookbook, and this waffle recipe of of sorghum, buckwheat, and millet flour stands out as one of the most interesting. More

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