Biscuit Waffles

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Now, do I have a SIMPLE recipe for you…
when there is only ONE ingredient, do you even call it a recipe???

While clicking around on the Pillsbury website the other day (somehow I got signed up to receive their emails and well one thing led to another) I came across the quickest & easiest way to make waffles that I have ever seen. And if you’ve been around A Step in the Journey for a while, you know I LOVE an easy peasy recipe!

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And that is ALL you need to know…I can give you a few tips though since I’m not a biscuit waffle expert!

Tip #1:
Both flaky & homestyle biscuits will work! The original recipe called for flaky, but I only had homestyle on hand. They turned out perfectly!

Tip #2:
While the pictures show that I made two waffles at a time, I found on my small waffle maker, doing one at a time turned out a little better, as in they were evenly cooked throughout.

Tip #3:
Press down on your waffle maker or lock it shut to flatten out the puffy biscuits.

Tip #4: 
To get that lovely golden color, cook about 2 minutes.

Tip #5:
ALL waffles taste better with peanut butter, bananas, confectioner’s sugar, & syrup!

And that’s about it! Do you have a favorite breakfast item that you can whip up on the fly?

Oh, and before I go…I thought I’d back up from my photo shoot to see what lengths I go to for a pretty picture & some direct sunlight :o) Please tell me I’m not the only one who does this???

Serving up at these lovely parties!

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Comments

  1. Nice I’m about to try this easy peasy recipe now.
    Do you think if I used a vegetable oil with a brush before the biscuit that it would come out more like a waffle donut? Idk let’s try it!
    Thank you for posting this idea!
    Laurie

    Laurie

  2. What a clever idea! That's got to be the fastest, easiest waffle ever. And I am right there with you on taking photos in weird spots . . . our master bath gets really bright light and I have been known to tote stuff up there to photograph.

  3. Those look terrific. I have used the biscuits to make donuts but have never thought of waffles. What a great idea. I am stopping in from TheStuffofSuccess. I am also your newest follower. Feel free to stop on by and say hello. Enjoy your week. Athena

  4. That is AWESOME! I am getting some bisquits for next weekend. Thank you for sharing!

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  5. I love waffles, but really don't like making them. Thank you for this!

  6. I LOVE waffles, but I hate the mess. You may have just made my day!

  7. I sometimes cook them with canned cinnamon rolls too! They are very yummy!

  8. I can't wait to try! Thank you!

  9. These look great, I am going to have to try these!

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