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Waffle Maker Recipes + Frozen Snowflake Waffle Maker Review


The day has come where I have to rethink how I offer breakfast choices to my daughter. No longer can I say, “Do you want frozen waffles,” because now that means a fresh, whimsical, snowflake-shaped waffle instead of an ice-cold disc from the freezer. We received the Frozen Snowflake Waffle Maker for Christmas and so far it’s been a hit trying waffle maker recipes of our own creation! With two little girls, I am sure we will get a lot of use out of this small kitchen appliance, should it hold up to the test of time.

The Frozen waffle maker has been a snap to use and it cooks up waffles very quickly. It’s been more satisfying than making pancakes on a few occasions, mainly due to the fact that we can each get a whole meal’s worth of food in just a few minutes rather than slaving over the stovetop. We’ve crafted a few waffle maker recipes just using ingredients that we like with Bisquick as a base.

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Frozen Snowflake Waffle Maker Review

Natalie and I greatly enjoyed using the Frozen-themed snowflake waffle maker. It heated up quickly and it produced evenly-cooked waffles that only took three to four minutes to make (each). She loves that it is a pretty blue color and I love that it helps me make her a homemade, healthier-than-frozen waffle breakfast in a matter of minutes.

I figure most if not all waffle makers are difficult to clean. This one was relatively easy except I am always paranoid to get water on anything but the waffle iron surface. That was my one downside to this waffle maker, but it’s no different than the design of the quesadilla maker we used for years so I wouldn’t let that deter me in buying or using this device.

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I have made waffles fresh and also made extra to freeze, hoping to have an early breakfast for my little one, but of course she helped herself to the waffles in the freezer and ate them, Frozen (frozen). Oh well. Thankfully they weren’t that hard and she did let them thaw just a bit. Once we have more waffle maker recipes under our belts, we will probably try to freeze a variety of options for easy breakfasts.

If you or your children are fond of the movie Frozen, I highly recommend this waffle maker as a gift for your family or someone you love. We are thoroughly enjoying it and we’ve only had it for about a month and a half.

Waffle Maker Recipes

Waffle maker recipes offer a chance to be creative in the kitchen. Delicious waffles await and they’re quite easy to make. Here are our two favorite waffle maker recipes so far:

Raspberry Chocolate Chip Waffles

This is my personal favorite waffle maker recipe as I am a huge sucker for almost anything featuring raspberry and chocolate.

Ingredients:

1 cup Bisquick mix

2/3 cup milk

½ egg

1 Tablespoon vegetable oil

Chocolate chips, to taste

Raspberries, to taste

Makes 4 waffles

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Directions:

  1. FrozenWaffleMaker_092733smMix together Bisquick, milk, egg, and oil until smooth.
  2. Blend in raspberries and smash up a bit with a fork or spoon.
  3. Add chocolate chips.
  4. Spray nonstick cooking spray on both sides of the waffle maker.
  5. Using a ladle or large spoon, pour enough batter to cover the bottom tray of the waffle maker without overflowing.
  6. Spread out chocolate chips and raspberries for evenly delicious bites.
  7. Cook three to five minutes, depending on your particular waffle maker.
  8. Remove from heat, top with confectioner’s sugar, and enjoy!

 

Chocolate Chip Sprinkle Waffles

Of all the waffle maker recipes, this one is so far Natalie’s favorite as it features chocolate chips, of course, and some pretty pink sprinkles for a colorful touch.

Ingredients:

1 cup Bisquick mix

2/3 cup milk

½ egg

1 Tablespoon vegetable oil

Chocolate chips, to taste

Sprinkles or Jimmies, to taste

Makes 4 waffles

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Directions:

  1. Mix together Bisquick, milk, egg, and oil until smooth.
  2. Blend in sprinkles to add some color. Use any color you like!
  3. Add chocolate chips.
  4. Spray nonstick cooking spray on both sides of the waffle maker.
  5. Using a ladle or large spoon, pour enough batter to cover the bottom tray of the waffle maker without overflowing.
  6. Spread out chocolate chips and sprinkles for evenly delicious bites.
  7. Cook three to five minutes, depending on your particular waffle maker.
  8. Remove from heat, top with confectioner’s sugar, and enjoy!

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I have a feeling our snowflake waffles would have looked a bit better had we used blue sprinkles to keep with the Frozen theme. Oh well, maybe another time. I’m sure the Frozen waffle maker will continue to be a hit in our home. In the meantime, please share your own waffle maker recipes in our comments below or via email if you would like us to post them for others to enjoy.

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