These delicious sweet or savory waffles can be topped with fresh fruit & maple syrup or with eggs, veggies, and hollandaise sauce!
My family is a little spoiled when it comes to breakfast. Since we are all home most days of the week now (my hubby just began working from home part-time) we eat a hearty breakfast almost every morning, even more so now that it’s summer and the kids are out of school. Some weekdays feel like the weekend and I can’t get enough.
I am a big fan of bread, whatever the shape or form, so of course pancakes and waffles are usually my choice for breakfast. My kids and I enjoy sweet breakfasts, while my husband enjoys more savory flavors. The nice thing about these waffles is that you can make them either sweet or savory depending on what you top them with. After all, waffles are a form of bread so it’s kind of like you’re eating toast or a bagel, right?!
My favorite toppings for pancakes or waffles is fresh fruit. My son loves peaches so we topped his with some whipped coconut cream, sliced peaches, and added a little crunch with toasted almonds and chia seeds. My daughter and I chose an assortment of mixed berries and I’m convinced this is the best way to enjoy waffles or pancakes in the summer with all the fresh berries readily available 🙂
For the savory waffles, I topped them with some sautéed asparagus, sunny side up egg, and hollandaise sauce. Rafael, my hubby, loved them! You could also add some turkey bacon or avocado between the waffles, like Rafael sometimes does. He eats avocado with just about everything.
Whether you’re a sweet or savory person, you’re bound to enjoy at least one of these options. Happy breakfasting!Print