Bacon Potato Waffles
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Cook: 5 min./batch
I wish I had made a double batch. If you like a more tender waffle, you will love these. I made them without bacon or onions, and with a tsp of vanilla. They seem to take a bit longer to cook than some other waffles, but it is well worth it.When I told my boyfriend that I was making potato waffles, he declined. After he had one, he was praying that I had more!Should have made a double batch.
Responding to bziol:Mashed sweet potatoes should work fine. You will have a sweeter waffle, since you added brown sugar when you mashed.
i made this receipe and used leftover mashed potatoes. it was a hit. my family loves wafles and this worked out great. it give another use for leftovers and no one is the wiser. it is a great budget stretcher in that manner.
Absolutely delicious but I didn't add the onion. I sometimes make mashed potatoes and freeze them anyway, now I portion out a couple of baggies of taters to just pull out for waffles. Waffles freeze very well also
I wonder how these would taste with mashed sweet potatoes. I used butter and brown sugar when I mashed the sweets so it could give some good flavor in combination with the bacon.
so soft and great! made these with shredded chicken ham instead made about 12 large pancakes.
We loved the consistency of these waffles - soft on the inside and crispy on the out. The only thing I'd do different is add about two more strips of bacon to it. Great, hearty breakfast!