Our family loves breakfast! Breakfast for breakfast. Breakfast for lunch. Breakfast for dinner. Who doesn’t love gluten-free waffles?
If you don’t have a waffle maker in your kitchen gadget arsenal, stop everything (well finish this post first), run to the nearest kitchen gadget store, and buy one! My waffle maker is one of my go-to appliances. The kids love waffles for our weekend family breakfasts. Since weekdays are absolutely crazy with school, soccer, piano, gymnastics, and other random sports the kids are involved in, I’ll cook up a large batch of waffles and freeze them for a quick breakfast during the week. Waffles are also the PERFECT substitute for bread! Think BLT, egg and cheese, or (one of my favs) Nutella and Nutella with some extra Nutella on the side (I have a bad obsession with this stuff).
I’m going to share one of my special recipes: PB&J Waffles. I am a self-proclaimed expert on all things peanut butter & jelly since I ate a PB&J sandwich every.single.day from Kindergarten to High School. Seriously, I’m not kidding… Why not take this waffle craze a step further and host your own Waffle Bar? Imagine how fun Sunday Brunch will be at your house!
Gluten-Free PB&J Waffles
Makes 4 six-inch waffles
1 1/3 cups Bisquick Gluten-Free mix
1 ¼ cups milk
3 Tbsp vegetable oil
¼ cup creamy peanut butter
1 ½ cups of warmed jelly
- Stir ingredients until blended
- Pour onto center of hot greased waffle maker, close lid
- Bake according to waffle maker instructions
- Remove waffle and serve with warmed jelly in place of syrup
Host Your Own Waffle Bar!
Hosting your own Waffle Bar is SO easy… Here are some topping ideas to include in your buffet. Get as creative as you like, the possibilities are endless to what you can top a waffle with!
Sweet Waffle Toppings
Homemade Whipped Cream
Cinnamon & Sugar
Savory Waffle Toppings