Brownie Waffles...YUM

Summer provides so many learning adventures. This summer a lot of learning has been happening in the kitchen. My youngest dd ( almost 15) has taken a very big interest in cooking. She finds recipes, checks the pantry for ingredients, adjust the recipe to use what we have and does a really good job preparing meals. This weeks new items were homemade noodles, stuffed chicken breast and brownie waffles. She has been putting the recipes she tries into a recipe notebook. Her recipe notebook has the recipe, a photo of the completed project, and a place to add notes.
Noodle making was in an earlier post. We have decided to try them again but rolling them much thinner. They tasted good but were not done in the middle.
This is her Stuffed Chicken Breast ( the yummy golden thing  next to the texas toast) It was very very good.
This is to die for! Honestly cannot take credit for the recipe. It can be found here: http://the-wilson-world.blogspot.com/2011/05/brownie-waffles.html  along with lots of other amazing sweet things to create and eat. ( rainbow waffles, watermelon waffles, to name a few)
The key with this recipe is to spray the iron with vegetable spray before each waffle, use a very hot setting, and your longest setting. We used 2 ladles per waffle. We also added a bit more water than the recipe called for.

This picture does not do them justice! The texture is amazing~ They taste amazing!  Would be great with ice cream, whipped cream, berries etc. We had them plain! They were very quick to make and would make a great last minute dessert or be a fun thing to do at a party. We are going to try to make cones with them next time using thinner batter and forming them as they come off the iron.


  1. Those do look yummy. I'll have to try them sometime. :)


  2. Food is very hard to photograph. And, wow! I'd have a hard time keeping on my diet with her cooking for me. :-) lol.

  3. I have never heard of brownie waffles - sounds yummy! The stuffed chicken looks good too.



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