Then, this morning, I finally tried some savory waffles. OH.MY.GOSH. New favorite waffle!!!!
I have Ana to thank for this recipe. THANK YOU ANA! I simply made my coconut flour waffles, but left out the vanilla and added salt and pepper to the batter. After pouring the batter on my heated waffle iron, I added a few slices of cooked Trader Joe’s chicken sausage to each waffle along with a sprinkle of crumbled goat cheese. I served them with some salsa and enjoyed every last delicious bite. Seriously, try this now! You can make any waffle recipe savory. Simply omit the the sweet ingredients, and add your favorite herbs or spices. For a vegan version, use your favorite waffle batter, and add roasted tempeh instead of sausage and sprinkle with daiya cheese. Or, you could try veggies and cheese. Really, the possibilities are endless, and I think you will love. 🙂
OK, I need to do something active today as yesterday the only exercise I did consisted of laundry and cleaning our downstairs. Wait, who am I kidding – that’s a good workout! Perhaps, I’ll take a walk or do a little peanut butter flow yoga. We shall see.
Kelly, congrats! Please email me with your info, and your camera will be on its way.
How did you celebrate Waffle Wednesday this morning?