Breakfast Sandwich waffles are a creative and fun twist to your breakfast. A canned crescent roll that is topped with scrambled eggs, tons of veggies and topped with cheese. Cook right in your waffle maker for a fun breakfast that will entice your kiddos to eat their vegetables!
Flaky delicious crescent crust with a garden omelette baked on top creating this amazing Breakfast Sandwich Waffle. Super easy to make and can be catered to your taste.
Breakfast Sandwich Waffle
Breakfast is one of my kids favorite meals. We especially love breakfast for dinner. This delicious breakfast sandwich waffle is a great candidate for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It is really delicious and so easy to make.
You can set up a little waffle bar and have your kids join in the fun adding their own ingredients on top. No one will be complaining that they don’t like their custom made breakfast sandwich waffle.
Take these opportunities to load up on veggies as well. There are certain times you can get your kids to eat lots of veggies and this is definitely one of those times, the colors alone make the waffle so much prettier.
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Variations To Breakfast Sandwich Waffles
- shredded zucchini
- diced ham
- pre-cooked sausage or diced bacon
- black olives
You can use any veggies you would like, create a sandwich that fits your exact taste buds. The beauty of this breakfast waffle sandwich is that you can make each waffle different to fit your needs.
Can You Save Leftover Breakfast Waffle Sandwiches
These waffles are best when served fresh. They will become a bit soft when they cool down and get stored in the fridge. You can save them but I recommend making just enough for what you plan to eat.
Best Way To Reheat Waffle Sandwiches
Take your chilled waffles and pop them in the toaster to help crisp up the edges. Or you can do a toaster oven or for a quick reheat opt for the microwave as well.
Are Flip Waffle Makers Better
You can use any type of waffle maker you have. Of course, flipping your waffles halfway through the cooking time will offer a more even cook, but it isn’t a have to have option. Just make sure your waffle maker is hot and you cook them all the way through. You want to ensure the crescent roll is cooked as well as the eggs.
Can I Use Canned Biscuits Instead Of Crescent Rolls
I don’t see why you couldn’t use a canned biscuit instead of a crescent roll. Just flatten it out and lay it out on the waffle maker. Then cook for a few minutes just like you would the crescent rolls.
Why Is My Waffle Sandwich Sticking To The Waffle Maker
If you find you are struggling to get your waffle sandwich out of the waffle maker, here is a little tip. Take some cooking spray and evenly coat your waffle maker. Make sure to spray lightly. Then go in and cook your next sandwich and it should be able to come out a lot easier than before.
The eggs can make for a mess if they stick to the griddle. So make sure if any food is still on the waffle griddle to remove it before you move on to making another waffle.
Topping Ideas for Waffle Breakfast Sandwiches
Give these sandwiches a try for breakfast, brunch, or even lunch. Top with shredded cheese, sour cream, avocado, or eat them plain! You can dress these breakfast sandwiches up any way you like.
- 3 Eggs
- 1/2 Cup Shredded Cheese
- 1 Tube Crescent Rolls
- Cut up Vegtables
- Scramble eggs to your liking. Can also be egg whites.
- Place 3 pieces or crescent roll on your warmed waffle maker. Having some space in between is fine since they are going to puff up a little. You will need to tear off some of each piece to make them fit well. Close lid for 15-30 seconds and just lightly start cooking the crescent rolls.
- Put shredded cheese on top.
- Spoon scrambled eggs on top.
- Put your vegetable on top.
- Close lid and cook for 1-2 minutes until cook all the way.