Monday, January 31, 2011

Wafflini Breakfast Sandwich

Last year we went to the Finger Lakes, NY and stayed at a great bed and breakfast that fed us homemade yogurt and granola, omelets, oatmeal, fruit and last but not least a wafflini!

You might ask yourself, "what is a wafflini?"  It is a super yummy breakfast sandwich that you press in the waffle maker to make a panini kind of sandwich in the shape of a waffle.  I know, kind of silly, but for some reason it tastes better this way and makes it officially a breakfast sandwich.  And it takes only 2 minutes!

To make one decide on your favorite breakfast sandwich fillings and assemble the sandwich, then press. This is how I made these:

4 slices wheat bread
2 eggs
1/4 c green onion, diced
handful of spinach
1/4 c shredded cheddar cheese
Nectarine Mustard (Handmade by Jess, thank you)


Beat the eggs with 1/8 c water until mixed and pour into small heated skillet, add green onion and cook like an omelet.

Spread mustard on bread and top with spinach, eggs, and cheese.

Spray the waffle iron with olive oil.  Place sandwich inside and press for 2-3 minutes.


What do you like in your breakfast sandwich?


  1. What an awesome idea and Austin would LOVE to eat something that looked like a waffle, I could hide the spinach a little more in the egg mix and he would love it! Such a great idea for even his sandwhich for his school lunch....can't wait to try this! thanks!

  2. So glad! I was thinking this would be a great thing for kids. Emily loved it!