Omelette Waffles

It probably won’t surprise you to know that I have a family who really loves to eat, we’re talking big meals and coming back for seconds and thirds. This is also true for my son’s friends when they come over for a sleepover and they love to wake up at the crack of noon to a big full breakfast. I’ll be honest and say that I love to feed them all and have a big breakfast waiting for them, they’re just such great kids; but this week I was too busy to get all the components together so I decided to improvise.

Turns out I made a great new invention and I’d like to share it with y’all (I like to pretend I’m southern)

This is a very basic recipe but feel free to add anything you like to it, cooked bacon or sausage pieces, different cheeses, bell peppers, mushrooms, spinach etc… the sky’s the limit.

*I use the dehydrated hash browns from Costco, this recipe calls for one carton rehydrated.


Omelette Waffles

460g Hash Browns*

20g Green Onion, chopped

6 Eggs, large

70g Cheddar Cheese, grated

4g Kosher or Sea Salt

2g Black Pepper, freshly ground


Preheat a waffle iron. Add all ingredients to a bowl and mix to combine. Spray or brush waffle iron with oil, add some of the mixture to the waffle iron and close the lid, allow to cook until golden brown, approx 3-4 minutes. Remove from the waffle iron and repeat. Serving Suggestions:

  • grated cheese
  • sour cream
  • chives
  • ketchup
  • hot sauce





One Comment Add yours

  1. Jill Hermanson says:

    Never would have thought of that but Damn that’s a good idea!


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