Bacon Waffles

"Anyone who likes bacon and waffles should definatly like these!"
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Ready In:




  • cook bacon until crisp, drain and crumble.
  • plug in electric waffle iron to preheat.
  • Combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in a large bowl,whisk together to blend.
  • Pour milk in a glass measuring cup and microwave for 1 minute at full power to heat slightly. Pour into medium bowl, whisk in melted butter and eggs. Add liquid ingredients to flour mixture, whisking just until blended.
  • Grease waffle iron with cooking spray. Spread about 1/3 cup batter over each iron and sprinkle 1/8 of bacon on top. Close wafle iron and cook until done. Repeat with remaining batter and bacon.
  • Serve with warm syrup.

Questions & Replies

  1. Can I get this recipe in paleo?


  1. Love this! I have made several times. I mix some bacon in the batter and sprinkle more on top in the waffle iron. Yum! Of course, I top them with fried eggs. ��
  2. Really yummy! I was a little worried about the full teaspoon of salt because of the salt in the bacon, but it is definitely doesn't make it too salty. Keeper!!
  3. Fantastic and easy to make ... My first effort making walffes from scratch. For a little fall flavor, added nutmeg or pumpkin spice to a few of the walffes as pouring batter on the walffel iron.
  4. These were absolutely delicious and a great waffle recipe for my first time making them! The waffles are light and soft and have that perfect combination of sweet and salty with bacon and maple syrup. We loved this dish so much!
  5. This sounds very good. When I was a kid, my mother used to make waffles with whole strips of bacon in them. The thing I never understood was why this woman who had so carefully taught me to make bacon crisp without burning it would put raw bacon on the batter. The waffles were done long before the bacon could have been. This may have been the only thing she made that I didn't love. LOL!


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