“ Well, today was supposed to be the end of the world...but we're still here! To celebrate, there's nothing I'd rather be eating than a stack of these delicious, eggnog-infused waffles with homemade whipped cream. Kate, Recipe Hunter ”
- All Purpose Flour
- Baking Powder
- Heavy Cream
- Unsalted Butter
- Vanilla Extract
With Christmas around the corner and a couple of days off from work, it’s the perfect time to enjoy a big breakfast with your family. These Eggnog Waffles are what we’re craving to celebrate the world NOT ending – thick, fluffy, and just a little bit crispy. Ashley swaps in leftover eggnog instead of milk or buttermilk in a traditional batter that makes your waffles just a little more interesting. Then, she tops warm waffles with a big dollop of freshly whipped cinnamon cream that melts down so you don’t even need any syrup. Want to make a big batch for the entire family? Place cooked waffles in a 200 degree F oven directly on the oven rack for up to 20 minutes. This year, make your holiday breakfast just a little more special with these waffles that your family will love.
“ There is nothing I love more than cooking for my family and friends. Making as much as possible from scratch, and watching others enjoy it, is so rewarding. I truly believe that if I can do it, you can too. ”
Ashley is the blogger, writer, and photographer behind Cookie Monster Cooking where she shares her passion for cooking and baking along with stunning photography from her Northern Virginia kitchen. What we love most about Ashley is that she’s completely self-taught in both cooking and photography after starting to cook in college and being left with a new collection of cooking tools & cookbooks after getting married. Her style is fresh and seasonal while still having a balance between healthy and indulgent recipes so although she does have her fair share of sweets (and yes, many cookies!), you’ll also be able to find her unique twists on savory favorites.
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