It's a breakfast, it's a dinner...it's a Wafflewich (Waffle Sandwich), and kids love 'em! Serve my Chicken Waffle Sandwich with a fruit salad for breakfast or dinner. Not to brag, but...The Wafflewich was one of 10 finalists in the 2012 Mr. Food Ultimate Weeknight Meal Contest!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
- Bacon 1 slice of bacon per Wafflewich
- Frozen Breaded Chicken Breast Tenders or Homemade Chicken Breast Tenders 1 Chicken Breast Tender per Wafflewich
- Waffles frozen or homemade* (2 waffles per Wafflewich)
Cook bacon (I'm a fan of mess-free oven cooked bacon: place bacon on foil lined baking sheet, bake at 400 for 20 minutes or until crisp, drain on paper towels)
Prepare Chicken Breast Tenders according to package directions or prepare homemade Chicken Breast Tenders.
Make homemade waffles or toast frozen waffles.
Place 1 slice of bacon on a waffle.
Top with 1 cooked Chicken Breast Tender, drizzle with syrup and top with the other waffle.
Enjoy your Wafflewich!
If you're making homemade waffles, make extra to freeze. Your kids can pop them in the toaster just like the ones in the box. Cost to make 8 homemade waffles: less than 50¢, cost of a box of frozen waffles: $2.50.
This look absolutely delicious! I love bacon!
This looks so good! I have never had chicken and waffles! But I will sure enough be making this now!
I love this! I’m a big fan of breakfast for dinner, and I cannot wait to try this. (I’d actually add it to the weekly ideas) Thanks so much sharing. Can’t wait to browse and see what else I find here! 🙂
Honestly I NEVER had chicken and waffles–might have to give this a wirl =)
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I love this idea!
I promise…your kids will love it too!
I have always wanted to try chicken and waffles, and adding bacon is just a total plus!:)
I came up with this dinner idea to use up some items, and it was a total hit! Wafflewichs are now a regular menu item in our house!
That’s an innovative way for me to use my waffle maker that’s still unopened since Christmas! WOOT! Thanks for the neat share.
or you could take a short cut and use frozen waffles!