Happy Friday friends! I'm soaking up some much-needed vacation sun on the lake today, but I have a special treat for you all! Sarah from Beyond the Gradebook, and her new blog Elementary Exploration, is here sharing a yummy recipe! So, without further ado, here she is!
Hello everyone! I'm Sarah! I'm a teacher who loves to cook, read, travel, decorate and spend time with family and friends. I blog over at Beyond the Gradebook, my personal blog. And my newest venture is my brand spanking new teaching blog, Elementary Exploration. I have taught fifth grade the past two years, and this year, I'll be moving to fourth grade reading. I'm so very excited about this opportunity!! I'd love to have you over at either or both of my blogs. I promise you won't be sorry - I'm planning some good things at both sites!
Today, I want to share with you one of my very favorite recipes to make. It's so delicious and super easy! This recipe is for Savory Waffles! Yep, you heard that right. Savory. Waffles are for breakfast only, right? Wrong!
I saw this recipe for the first time on Rachael Ray's show. She once made savory waffles and they looked and sounded delish - so naturally, I made them and they are the only waffles I ever seem to want now!
I told you the recipe was simple and I wasn't lying!
Ham (or your choice of meat)
Shredded cheese (which ever type you prefer)
Prepare your waffle mix as directed on the box. My mix calls for water and oil (but yours might be different). Once its all mixed and is the consistency you prefer, add your meat (chopped into smaller size pieces) and a handful of the cheese and stir into your mix. When your waffle iron is heated up, put in the mix and wait. Typically, you need to wait until the steam stops coming from the machine and then you know its done! Remove your waffle and drizzle with some honey (instead of syrup!)
I'm telling you - it's delicious!! You should try it sometime! They are good for breakfast, lunch or dinner. In fact, I'm having one right now as I type this! :)
Love waffles? Want to try out this recipe? If you do, please let me know over on my blog what combination of meat and cheese you used! I'd love to try out some new combinations!