Waffles are one of the best breakfast foods! The little ridges collect maple syrup perfectly, or any other topping you like on your waffles. That’s one of the great things about this breakfast dish—it can be made in so many different ways. You can make classic sweet waffles or go the savory route with ingredients like potatoes, falafel, you name it! Get creative with your waffle maker, and try these 15 delicious ideas from our Food Monster App.

1. Hearty Buckwheat Waffles with Strawberries

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This Hearty Buckwheat Waffles with Strawberries breakfast from the Happy Food cookbook is perfect for a lazy weekend morning. It ticks all the boxes in terms of comfort, indulgence and appeasing that insatiable sweet tooth that we all have!

2. Sweet Potato Waffles

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These Sweet Potato Waffles by Stephanie Davies will allow you to enjoy this awesome ingredient like never before.

3. Chocolate Brownie Waffles

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These vegan Chocolate Brownie Waffles by Amanda Froelich are something out of this world! They are simple to make, oh so delicious and can be topped with any of your favorite waffle toppings. They will be a hit with your family on Sunday morning breakfasts! Make sure to give them a shot!

4. Falafel Waffle

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If it’s edible, there’s a 99 percent chance Natalie Slater has smooshed it into her waffle maker just to see what would happen. In the case of falafel, the result is a crispy-on-the-outside, soft-on-the-inside savory Falafel Waffle – no deep frying required! This hummus recipe is great with pita and veggies as well, just reduce the amount of tahini to a few tablespoons.

5. Cheese and Scallion Potato Waffles 

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A waffle maker is a wonderful investment. How else would you be able to make Trine Rask‘s delicious Cheese and Scallion Potato Waffles?! They’re savory, cheesy, garlicky, and filled with potato-goodness. Serve these with a big dollop of guacamole on top for a yummy snack or savory breakfast!

6. Chocolate Waffles

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We are obsessed with Hayley Canning‘s vegan, gluten free Chocolate Waffles. They have only 5 ingredients but are chalk full of a world of possibilities. Top with your favorite toppings and enjoy!

7. Chocolate Zucchini Waffles 

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Shredded zucchini is hidden away in these fluffy Chocolate Zucchini Waffles! Full of rich chocolate flavor, Kat Condon‘s waffles are made without dairy, eggs, or gluten.

8. Fluffy Lemon Waffles 

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These Crispy golden Fluffy Lemon Waffles by Adam Merrin and Ryan Alvarez are made with freshly squeezed lemon juice and zest to make an intensely satisfying breakfast which just so happens to be vegan. With subtle hints of vanilla and lightly dusted with powdered sugar, these wonderful waffles are here to wow your weekend.

9. Protein-Packed Cheesy Zucchini Cornbread Waffles 

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Ashley Smyczek‘s savory Protein-Packed Cheesy Zucchini Cornbread Waffles will make everyone happy. For those who have more of a savory tooth than a sweet tooth, these waffles will not only satisfy you, but they also have lots of protein to keep you going all day long!

10. Classic Wheat-Free Waffles

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Holly Jade‘s Classic Wheat-Free Waffles are quick, easy, and can be topped with anything from fruit to chocolate sauce! These waffles are utterly delicious. You’re going to love them!

11. Sweet Potato Waffle Rosti 

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Taryn Fitz-Gerald‘s golden brown waffles are so tasty. They are crisp on the outside and warm and soft on the inside. Plus, they are topped with a kale and cabbage that has been massaged in a lemon-Dijon vinaigrette that is to die for.

12. Bailey’s Waffles With Whipped Cream 

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The Bailey’s in Maria Engbjerg‘s recipe is homemade and the Waffles With Whipped Cream are gluten-free because they’re made from a tasty mixture of chestnut and rice flour. Chestnut flour contributes with a mild and delicious nutmeg-like flavor, where the rice flour gives fluffiness to the waffles.

13. Raspberry Champagne Waffles 

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The raspberry champagne in Gina Fontana‘s Waffles adds a perfect and subtle sweetness to these brunch delights. They are great for guests or when you feel like especially treating yourself.

14. Chocolate Plantain and Banana Waffles 

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You’ll feel like a magician when you prepare Victoria Jackson‘s grain-free Chocolate Plantain and Banana Waffles and freeze them to keep on hand. Simply defrost and heat about ten minutes in the oven and become crispy and delicious! These banana waffles are very rich with a little bit of almond butter and roasted bananas or some chia jam. A simple and nutritious combination for an incredibly satisfying breakfast and easy to make!

15. More Waffle Recipes: 10 Sweet and Savory Vegan Waffles

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It doesn’t have to be National Waffle Day for you to enjoy some delicious waffles for breakfast! Try these 10 Sweet and Savory Vegan Waffles any day of the year for a delightful, delicious breakfast or brunch!

On the days when you don’t feel like cleaning up waffle iron and would rather deal with a skillet or griddle, try these 15 Delicious Vegan Pancake Recipes To Wake Up For! If you’re in the mood to have breakfast for dinner now or are already planning what to eat tomorrow morning for breakfast, check out 15 Hot Breakfast Recipes to Wake You Up!

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