This Waffle Cake Recipe Is The Best Way To Make Breakfast Feel Like Dessert
Looking for a delicious way to eat cake for breakfast? This waffle cake recipe by Oh Bite It lets you do just that. Get the full recipe.
If you’ve been coming around here for a while, you may or may not know about my love for the good old waffle iron. I have "waffled" so many yummies from sweet to savory, and all of them are fun and tasty. But I won’t lie, I’ve never used a top quality waffle iron mistakingly thinking that it wouldn’t make a difference…and WOW, was I ever wrong.
I had the honor and opportunity to try out a Waring Professional Belgian Waffle Maker, and let’s just say, my waffle making life will never be the same. Just look at what this amazing machine does in a matter of minutes… as evidenced here with this fun and SO delicious waffle cake. Make this super simple, whimsical treat for that waffle lover’s birthday, or as a “just because” sweet treat. Everyone will love it, and they will love you too.
Each bite is fluffy, and filled with the perfect cake/waffle combo! First of all, the sheer quality of this waffle maker is evident the second you lift it out of the box, and feel how sturdy it is, the weight and structure are beyond compare. Then when you use it, that’s when the reality hits that up until now, you’ve been "waffling" all wrong. If you like almost instant, light, fluffy, thick, evenly browned waffles, this is the go-to product for you. (You can find them right HERE!)
What you’ll need for one Waffle Cake:
- A Waring Belgian Waffle Maker
- Non-stick spray
- 4-5 waffles
- 1-1/2 cups of waffle mix
- 1-1/2 cups vanilla cake mix
- 1-1/3 cup milk
- 2 eggs
- Frosting and sprinkles for topping.
- Chocolate and/or jam/jelly for layering…optional!
In a medium bowl, combine the waffle mix and the cake mix with the eggs and milk until smooth.
Cook up the waffles and keep them warm in a low (200 degree) oven to stay firm while you finish the batch.
Let them cool and when you’re ready, get stacking. Feel free to layer some chocolate or fruity jam between the layers for extra goodness.
Then get frosting. Then get sprinkling. Then get serving. Then get smiling. Then get eating.
Images: Oh Bite It