Waffle (not awful) Toast

September 21, 2008

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We had a very nice visit with Lloyd’s folks this weekend. I always freak about about what to cook for people, but we were only home for breakfasts, and that’s a meal I can safely make. We had bacon and eggs yesterday, and an experiment today!

I can’t take credit for this, since I saw it on Slashfood a while ago, but we had french toast made in a waffle iron. The Texax toast pieces fit in my cheap-o Belgian waffle maker perfectly!



I liked them a lot. I was so pleased with the result, we made garlic toast for dinner the same way! Slap some butter on both sides of bread, sprinkle on a little garlic salt, then leave them in there a couple of minutes to get really crispy. The best part is how they break off into little strips, then squares, perfect for filling with sauce. I shouldn’t have even made noodles.


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9 Responses to “Waffle (not awful) Toast”

  1. Kitt Said on:

    Oh, that’s clever. How easy!


  2. Brad Said on:

    Yikes! I looked at the last picture before I read the last paragraph. Waffles and spaghetti? Gross!


  3. Beth Said on:

    But now when you use your waffle iron again, won’t your waffles taste just a hint of garlicky?


  4. Marisa Said on:

    Hooray, I’m so glad that the idea worked so well for you!


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