Monday, March 2, 2015

Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit Waffle

Bacon, Egg and cheese biscuit sandwiches made in waffle maker

We love breakfast sandwiches at at certain well known fast food restaurant. What I don't love is the price. This past weekend, we brought out the waffle maker to see if we could make a similar, inexpensive version at home.  



Did you know that you can bake biscuits in the waffle iron?  I did not know until recently.  All you need to do is spray on a little cooking spray, and bake the biscuits for a few minutes. I did find in doing this that my waffle iron does not have the heat evenly distributed.  I wanted to make sure that the biscuit was cooked through, but not burnt, so I checked it several times. 


The only part of this sandwich that I did not make in the waffle maker was the bacon.   I put it in the oven and used the this method.  It was turkey bacon though, and I can never quite tell when turkey bacon is done. It turned out pretty good other than being a tiny bit too crispy on the very end.


The last step was to make the eggs.  I had never tried to make eggs in the waffle maker, but I knew it could be done.  I thought it might be easier to add the cheese in the eggs, instead of adding a slice of cheese later.  You will need to carefully add the egg, because it can easily overflow. (as we would find out on the second batch)  


A few minutes later we had an egg waffle.  It turned out really well, and was the perfect size for the sandwich.   It only took a few minutes to make, and was very filling. I am not sure if we will make them all the time, but it is great alternative to using the oven/stove.  I do like my square waffle maker, but I think the next time I get one, I think I will get a round  Flip Waffle Maker. (this is an affiliate link)  The one I have is not easy to clean, and I like the look of round waffles. 

What type of waffle maker do you have? 






1 comment:

  1. Great idea, I will get out the waffle maker!!!

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