Biscuit Waffles

This is one of those ideas that makes you sit back and ask yourself:

Why haven’t I tried this before?”

Not really a recipe, more of a method; turn your canned biscuits into waffles!

Aside from the fact that they are, in fact, wicked tasty, you get the added bonus of pulling your waffle iron out of the cupboard for a change. I used a mini waffle iron, but a larger one will work, too.

•Canned biscuits
•Cooking spray

Note: could you use home made biscuit dough? I think so, but handling it would depend on how the dough turns out. A sticky dough for drop biscuits might need to be thinned out a bit to make a batter.

Apply cooking spray to your waffle maker and plug it in to pre-heat.

Heat your oven to 200º, open your biscuit can and separate into eight rounds.

Once the waffle maker is hot, place one biscuit round in the center, mebbe pressing the dough a bit to spread it out.

Close the waffle maker – I use a weight to force my mini waffler closed, keeping the dough from rising too much – and cook for three to four minutes, until your biscuit waffle is golden brown and cooked through.

Transfer the cooked biscuit waffle to a pan in the warm oven, and repeat with the remaining biscuit rounds.

Use your biscuit waffles for most any of your biscuit and/or waffle needs…

butter and maple syrup…

fried chicken and honey…

Pork Gumbo.

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