Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

In Australia toasted sandwiches with sealed edges are called jaffles and sandwich toasters makers, which are now electric, are called jaffle irons. These are named after the original jaffle iron, which was a long-handled hinged iron implement for toasting sandwiches in a campfire.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Plug in the sandwich maker to heat up.
  2. In a medium size mixing bowl combine all ingredients except tomato paste and bread.
  3. Spread butter onto one side of the bread and tomato paste onto the other. Place 2 of these bread slices into the jaffle maker, butter side down. Top with pizza filling.
  4. Place remaining slices of bread on top, paste side facing into the pizza filling.
  5. Cook until browned to your liking.


Most Helpful

THANKS for the reminder , TRUE! HOW simple and easy these are to do! Used pizza tomato paste with herbs and spice! These TRULY are VERY nice! THANKS!

mickeydownunder November 30, 2007

What a great idea. I had most of the ingredients for theser so thought I'd give them a go for an easy Friday night meal & they were a hit. I used some leftover shaved chicken instead of ham and I'd run out of tomatoes so they were omitted, I also sprinkled some dried oregano on the tomato paste which was nice. I roughly followed the amounts in the recipe but found that gave me enough filling for 4 jaffles. Thanks Jewelies this was yum!

**Mandy** May 17, 2007

A fancier jaffle than what I usually make, but very tasty. Kind of reminds me of a Pizza Pocket, except its yummier and doesn't cost a fortune.

Shiyoushi February 04, 2007

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