Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 1 min

Great recipe from kindergarten!!! What else could "W" represent but great, chocolate waffles? These are really good frosted or covered with whip cream and chocolate syrup. :)

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix all ingredients together.
  2. Drop batter onto a waffle iron.
  3. Bake in waffle iron for 50 to 60 seconds on medium setting.


Most Helpful

We did enjoy the chocolatey flavor, but found it to be a thick batter that turned out dry and crumbly coming out of the waffle iron. Needed a lot of liquidy toppings to wash them down. Will try thinning the batter with milk if I make them again.

lamb2112 February 24, 2014

Very Rich and thick but good. Instead of water I used milk and apple juice to sweeten it more (as if that was needed). Also added a bit of cinnamon just for a more dynamic flavor. Next time I'll try using less butter and cocoa, and substitute in yogurt (makes waffles more fluffy).

sajames0206 January 26, 2013

I halved this recipe and made it exactly as written. It didn't specify in the recipe, but I melted the butter in the microwave before making the batter. I made waffles in my Belgium waffle maker, and then topped it off with chocolate syrup, sliced bananas, whipped cream and a sprinkle of cocoa powder. Yummy! Made for Jan 2010 Comfort Cafe.

Crafty Lady 13 January 17, 2010

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