How to make classic Bisquick Waffle Recipe at home. This classic waffle recipe is perfect for regular or Belgian waffles.
Bisquick Waffle Recipe
My amazing husband is not much of a cook. I feel bad typing this but it is true. He is great with the barbecue and loves watching British Baking Show with me but when it comes time to bake and spend time in the kitchen he does not always find a ton of joy.
Thankfully one thing my husband rocks at making is these Bisquick Waffles. He is an absolute rockstar waffle maker. He even makes his own homemade Irish cream whipped cream or bourbon vanilla whipped cream to top the waffles with. I love weekend mornings when he makes breakfast!
We try to sit down together for breakfast at least once over the weekend. Taking time to just slowly start the day with a great meal, hot coffee and tea, and time together. Over the past year of working non-stop from home together it has made me realize how important our slow breakfasts are. The time we get to just talk and not be stressed over what projects we are trying to complete and what needs to get done.
It is so easy to get wrapped up in our never-ending to-do lists that having a nice calm breakfast feels like a staycation at home.
- Bisquick Baking Mix
- Vegetable Oil
Toppings - Cinnamon Syrup, fresh fruit, homemade whipped cream, sprinkles, chocolate chips, or anything that makes you smile!
Belgian Waffle Maker - We love making Belgian waffles. They are puffier and super filling. I also love that the whipped cream and toppings sink down into the divets making each bite decadent.
Regular Waffle Maker - A regular waffle maker is great for more condensed smaller waffles.
Mini Waffle Maker - We received a mini waffle maker as a gift and it is the cutest little thing. So fun to make tiny little stackable waffles.
If you are like me and transferred your Bisquick baking mix to a storage container and promptly recycled the box with the instructions I highly suggest printing this recipe and taping it to the side of the container or putting it in an easy to find place.
This recipe can easily be doubled and tripled if you are making waffles for a large group.
For a fun twist, you can add bacon slices in the middle of your waffles.
Blueberries also taste amazing when mixed into these waffles.
We add in a teaspoon to a tablespoon of vanilla extract when we make these waffles for even more flavor.
This Bisquick Waffle Recipe makes 4 nice sized Bisquick Belgian Waffles. If you are using a smaller waffle maker it should make around 12 waffles.
If you have leftover Bisquick check out this epic Bisquick Apple Cobbler that is quick and easy to whip up.
Can you freeze Bisquick Waffles?
Yes! When we plan ahead we like to make a triple batch of waffles and freeze the leftovers. You can wrap individual waffles in plastic wrap or aluminum foil and freeze them for up to a month. When you are ready to serve them you can heat them up in a 350-degree oven for 10 minutes or pop them into your toaster oven.
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Bisquick Waffle Recipe
- Combine ingredients until mixed together
- Pour onto a hot greased waffle maker and shut the lid
- Bake until steaming stops and carefully remove.