Buckwheat Sour-Cream Waffles - think this is on my menu for tomorrow morning

Buckwheat Sour-Cream Waffles - think this is on my menu for tomorrow morning

Orange Belgium Style Waffles - A yeast waffle, which has a bit of heft and substance. Add o1 tsp orange zest  to batter for orange waffles. http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/belgian-style-yeast-waffles-recipe

Orange Belgium Style Waffles - A yeast waffle, which has a bit of heft and substance. Add o1 tsp orange zest to batter for orange waffles. http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/belgian-style-yeast-waffles-recipe

Buckwheat Waffles with Fresh Ricotta and Citrus Recipe

Buckwheat Waffles with Fresh Ricotta and Citrus

Blueberry Sour Cream Pancakes

Blueberry Sour Cream Pancakes

This recipe was really the perfect blueberry pancake recipe! And I loved the sour cream mixed in with these pancakes. These pancakes were so moist and

Cream cheese stuffed french toast!  Made these this morning, next time I'll add vanilla to the cream cheese mixture.

Cream cheese stuffed french toast

Cream cheese stuffed french toast! Made these this morning, next time I'll add vanilla to the cream cheese mixture.

Apricot-Stuffed French Toast OR Raspberry-Stuffed French Toast

Apricot-Stuffed French Toast

Cornmeal Waffles with Apricot-Cherry Compote - Martha Stewart Recipes

Cornmeal Waffles with Apricot-Cherry Compote

It's fun to whip up fresh waffles for your family on a Sunday morning, but who can manage it during the week? Next time you have the waffle iron out, make extras, and freeze your delicious creations for later. Let them cool completely on a rack, and layer them in a plastic bag with parchment between them (so you can remove one at a time quickly). They can be frozen for up to a month. On a busy morning, just pop one in the toaster, and voila -- breakfast is ready!

Weekday Waffles

It's fun to whip up fresh waffles for your family on a Sunday morning, but who can manage it during the week? Next time you have the waffle iron out, make extras, and freeze your delicious creations for later. Let them cool completely on a rack, and layer them in a plastic bag with parchment between them (so you can remove one at a time quickly). They can be frozen for up to a month. On a busy morning, just pop one in the toaster, and voila -- breakfast is ready!

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