Monday, March 28, 2011

Maple-Bacon Waffles


    Last night, I made these mouth watering waffles. There was almost no time to take a
    quick photo. My family has been feeling a little under the weather "colds". I thought
    having breakfast for dinner would brighten their spirits. It worked ; )) Something
    magical happens when you mix bacon into waffles.

                                            Maple-Bacon Waffles

    2 cups all-purpose flour
    1/4 cup sugar
    1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    2 eggs
    1 3/4 cups buttermilk
    6 tablespoons butter, melted
    1 1/2 teaspoons maple extract
    1/2 package bacon, cooked
    1 1/2 cups real maple syrup

    1) Heat waffle maker, In a large bowl, mix flour, sugar, baking soda, salt.
    In a medium bowl, beat buttermilk, eggs, butter and maple extract with wire
    whisk until blended. Pour over dry ingredients. Stir until moistened.
    2) Sprinkle about 2 tablespoons of the cooked bacon on each waffle grid.
    Spoon batter over bacon. Close the lid and cook until done. Repeat with
    remaining bacon and batter. Serve waffles with warm maple syrup and
    fresh fruit.

47 comments:

  1. Looks so yummy Val=) Hope your gang is feeling better:)

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  2. Sounds delish! I nominated you for a stylish blogger award:) come around to www.thekitchencookie.blogspot.com and check it out at 'This is a first for me' post. Have a great week!

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  3. I LOVE breakfast for dinner! The waffles look so good!

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  4. Good Lord! Maple + Bacon + Waffles - my boys would be in heaven. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. I love breakfast for dinner, we have that quite often. :) These look so good and I know my kids would love them!!

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  6. Wow, two of my favorite foods in one photo! :) *LOVE*

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  7. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ....your posts are SO wrong for my diet!!!!!;)

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  8. hmmmm, on my to do list:
    1. get a waffle maker...

    Thanks
    Leontien

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  9. I just made breakfast and mine was not nearly as tasty as this....I am convinced Heaven will serve this for breakfast!!!!

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  10. YUM! And it's breakfast right this minute! (well....after I whip these up;))
    Hope they're all feeling better today!

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  11. YES PLEASE!!!!!! I could eat these for breakfast lunch and dinner =)

    xoXOxo
    Jenn @ Peas & Crayons

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  12. Breakfast for dinner is my favorite!!

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  13. um... YUM! I used to love eating breakfast for dinner growing up- It is the best!

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  14. I will take some of these RIGHT NOW :) I bet your kiddies LOVE them!

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  15. Good Morning Val! My kids love waffles and make them all the time for snacks- of course, their favorite topping is chocolate chips! :) These look wonderful-looks like it's supposed to be fantastic weather down your way this week!! I need to move south!! lol!! Hugs, Courtney

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  16. Oh man I could have used those this morning.. YUM!

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  17. Breakfast for dinner will brighten everyone's mood! Especially with amazing maple bacon waffles like these. Yum!

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  18. WOW!!! Bookmarked this one right away!

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  19. omygoodness! You do need a new supply of maple syrup, don't you? Your meal looks amazing. I can just smell it now. Yum! I hope everyone is feeling better.

    Have a wonderful day, Candace

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  20. OH how yummy! We do breakfast for dinner often when my husband travels (so, at least once a week!) It's fun and easy and everyone eats their entire dinner without complaint. Especially when bacon is involved :)
    Link up to Mangia Mondays or join next Monday!! Your recipes always look divine!

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  21. these look absolutely heavenly! we LOVE waffles :)

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  22. Oh yummmmm! I make these also (of course with Krusteaz), and I save a lot of time by using real bacon pieces. I am going to try your recipe as I don't have a good homemade recipe. Thank you!

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  23. Oh my goodness, Val, these waffles are divine! What a decadent, delicious idea for breakfast. Thanks for sharing, lovely lady! :) I hope you're having a beautiful day.

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  24. I adore breakfast for dinner! These look delish! yummmmy!

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  25. My favorite food..we had them last night but with fruit and whipped cream! ;D

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  26. Nothing better then Breakfast for dinner! Looks wonderful..Im glad the family is feeling better:)

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  27. K I think I will get out my waffle maker!

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  28. I LOVE breakfast for dinner! Wish I didn't like bacon so much, not good for my middle, lol!! Hope your fam is feeling better soon!
    Hugs!!

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  29. Hmmm...oddly I don't feel capable of translating this recipe to gluten free, sugar free, so instead I shall just lick the screen...sigh...

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  30. Holy cow those look yummy!!! So, maybe I'll wait until after I try these to start my diet ;)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm your newest follower!

    Shelley
    www.westermanfam.blogspot.com

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  31. serious!? yummy! i love sweet and savory:)

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  32. Breakfast for dinner cures cold! Hope you all feel better.

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  33. Bacon? Good! Waffles? Good! Maple-Bacon waffles? Definitely going on our short list of must have comfort food! Thanks for another great recipe Val! :-)
    Vanessa

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  34. Wow these look delicious! Hope you had a great weekend doll! Kori xoxo

    blondeepisodes.com

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  35. Doesn't bacon cure everything? This supper would have cured me of any ills I might be having. Yummy!

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  36. maple and bacon have to be one of the best combos ever

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  37. Val- I HAVE always wanted to try waffles with bacon. Seriously do you know what you are doing to this pregnant woman? HA! yum! xo jen

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  38. I really need to stop reading all you guys' wonderful blogs because every time I do, I see something AMAZING like these waffles and have to make them myself! Now, this wouldn't be THAT big of a problem if I wasn't trying desperately (and totally in vain) to get skinny for my bikinis! Ugh! Oh well. Such is life :)

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  39. One word, three letters...Y-U-M! That would make an excellent brinner (breakfast/dinner)!

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  40. Ooh - salty and sweet...sounds good to me! I'll have to be sure and bookmark this one...

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  41. Oh wow, this looks so amazing!

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  42. I never thought that this is something that can be paired! Looks delicious but I just got to try this.

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  43. Oh my lord those 3 words together make my mouth water. I need to start hanging out at your house girl! xo

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  44. Absolutely loving bacon in sweet dishes recently. Yum, yum, yum!!

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