Waffles have been a staple of my diet ever since I realized how their macronutrient composition would aid in recovery from training and racing. Never mind how great they taste. I have been known to go on a 30 day streak but like all good things those must come to an end. As I was going through the off-season and not really training very hard the need for them seemed to diminish. That was until Rocky Raccoon 50 training started and the ability to recover quickly so that I could get out the door the next day became imperative.
With that I started to make more and more waffles. Upon posting them to Instagram I got a request from Kim Kallas of the Famous Kallas Duo (with her husband Taylor) to email her some of my recipes. I figured she wasn’t the only one thinking that (at least that is what I am telling myself as I type up this post) and so I figured it would be best to post a few of those recipes here.
Over time I have evolved in how I create the batter but rest assured each of these recipes has something special to them. I am posting them here in rank order of how much I enjoyed them and how creative they were. The French Onion soup is probably my favorite and one I am most proud of. Converting soup to a waffle was on my list of things to do for a long time and when I finally got around to it…..well let’s just say this is the best way to enjoy soup on a cold winter day without burning your tongue.
Soup?. C’mon you know this is a winner.
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and this is a great way to enjoy the stuffing and Thanksgiving without the bird.
My favorite dessert and when you can make it into a waffle and not have to worry about making an entire cake you cannot go wrong.
A Greek Salad where the croutons are built in? Less Mess. No Fuss.
Who doesn’t love chocolate? I mean really who doesn’t?
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