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Scrambled Egg And Cheese Stuffed Waffles Recipe

This Scrambled Egg And Cheese Stuffed Waffles Recipe is sure to be your new breakfast favorite. The waffles are made from canned biscuit dough, making them super easy.

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Waffle quarters stacked on top of each other on a white plate with the words "Scrambled Eggs And Cheese Stuffed Waffles" digitally written on top.

Pete loves making breakfast on the weekends. It’s one of his favorite things to make. His go-to breakfast recipe is potato hash with breakfast sausage and cheese.

If I’m the one making breakfast, I’m usually going to make some fancy-feeling breakfast that you’d otherwise see at a diner or tea party.

Why go out when you can eat fancy at home, right?

So if I’m cooking, I’m making these Scrambled Egg And Cheese Stuffed Waffles.

You make scrambled eggs, slice some cheese, and stick that between two flattened refrigerated biscuit dough halves. That’s then cooked on the waffle maker to give you a really beautiful, golden, fluffy waffles, with tasty egg and melted cheese inside. And you didn’t even have to mix any waffle batter to make these.

It’s nice for Sunday at home or when you have company you want to impress.

Two croffles on a plate with the words "Banana And Nutella Croffle (Croissant Waffle)" digitally written above them.

If you’re looking for another fun way to use your waffle maker (that’s not a traditional waffle recipe), try our Croffles recipe. Those are stuffed croissants cooked on the waffle maker. 

Scrambled Egg And Cheese Stuffed Waffles Recipe

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Scrambled Egg And Cheese Stuffed Waffles Ingredients:

How To Make Scrambled Egg And Cheese Stuffed Waffles:

Raw eggs in a pan.

Crack the eggs into a mixing bowl. Gently break the yolks of the egg with a folk.

Add the milk.

Add the salt and onion power.

Mix together.

Heat a small saucepan over medium high heat.

Add the butter.

Scrambled eggs in a pan.

When the butter starts to sizzle, pour in the egg mixture.

Stir constantly until the scrambled eggs are completely cooked. Set them aside.

Quick note: Don’t worry if the eggs cool to room temperature while you’re doing the rest of the steps. The eggs will heat up in the waffle maker later, so you won’t be eating cold eggs. I promise.

A refrigerated biscuit cut in half.

Cut one of the refrigerated biscuits in half.

A rolling pin rolling out dough.

Gently roll one half out and into a circle-ish shape that’s about 1/4-inch thick.

Roll out the other half to be similarly shaped.

Four chunks of cheese on a rolled out biscuit.

Slice the cheese into thin slices and add 1/8 of it onto one of the biscuit halves.

Four chunks of cheese and scrambled eggs on a rolled out biscuit.

Put 1/8 of the egg mixture on top of the cheese.

Fingers squeezing a refrigerated biscuit.

Put the other biscuit half on top.

Squeeze the sides of the dough together so there aren’t any visible gaps where the cheese might ooze out.

If it’s easier, you can roll the bottom dough half up and around to the top half, then squeeze.

A stuffed biscuit on a waffle iron.

Put the dough into a hot waffle iron.

Depending on if your waffle maker is nonstick or not, you may need to spray some nonstick spray oil before you add the biscuit.

A cooked stuffed waffle.

Cook for about three minutes until the biscuit dough is golden brown.

Continue until you finished all of the stuffed waffles.

Serve as is or with your favorite toppings, like melted butter and a drizzle of maple syrup.

Pieces of cooked stuffed waffle on a plate.

Stuffed Waffles: Frequently Asked Questions

How can you store leftovers?

Store any leftover Stuffed Waffles in an airtight container in the fridge. You should eat them within five to seven days.

If you aren’t going to eat them in that time, you can freeze them. Then, take them out and reheat them. That’s actually a really easy way to meal prep and have an easy breakfast on a busy weekday morning.

How do you reheat Stuffed Waffles?

You can either reheat Stuffed Waffles in the air fryer at 370 F for about five minutes. You could also reheat them in the oven at 350 F for about ten minutes, flipping them halfway through.

I don’t recommend reheating them in the microwave because the dough will get really soft and won’t have the nice crunchy texture you had originally.

Can you make these ahead of time?

If you’re having overnight guests and you want to prep for them, you can absolutely make these the day before and then just heat them up for breakfast the next day.

Another great make ahead breakfast for guests is our Overnight French Toast Casserole.

Can you use shredded cheese in these?

We never recommend bagged shredded cheese in any recipe where you want the cheese to melt. Bagged shredded cheese has preservatives to keep it from clumping together in the bag. Those preservatives also prevent them from melting as well as a block of cheese does.

So, if you shred a block of cheddar cheese and use that, it works too. But slicing is a little quicker and saves a little time, which is why we use slices in this recipe.

What else can you stuff waffles with?

If you want to try something different next time, you can add crispy bacon or breakfast sausage pieces. You just need those to be cooked before you add them.

​If you want to keep it vegetarian, you could add diced bell peppers instead.

If you want something sweet, you could fill these with Nutella. That would be similar to our Croffle recipe, which is made with crescent dough.

The only thing I wouldn’t recommend is whipped cream because it would just melt from the heat or syrup because that would get really hot and may burn you when you eat it. Syrup or any fruit jelly may also seep out and make a mess of your waffle maker.

Can you use homemade waffles batter if you can’t find biscuits?

I’ve never tried using homemade batter with these.

You can try adding some batter at the bottom of a waffle maker, then the filling, then adding some additional batter on top to cover the filling. This should work, but since I haven’t tried it, you’ll have to let me know how it goes.

What if you don’t have a waffle maker?

If you don’t have a waffle maker, you can’t make stuffed waffles. You can, however, make stuffed biscuit sandwiches.

Make these as is, the cook them in a pan on the stove top instead of in the waffle maker. If you have a bacon press, you could use that on top to squish the biscuit dough down and to add grill marks to give these a little of the texture you get from the waffle maker.

You could also make these in a panini press, if you have one of those. Again, you wouldn’t really be able to call them waffles, but it will still taste good.

Yield: 8 Waffles

Scrambled Egg And Cheese Stuffed Waffles

This Scrambled Egg And Cheese Stuffed Waffles Recipe is sure to be your new breakfast favorite. The waffles are made from canned biscuit dough, making them super easy.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 35 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes

Ingredients

  • 4 large eggs
  • 6 tablespoons skim or whole milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
  • 8 count pack of refrigerated biscuits
  • 4 oz. cheddar cheese

Instructions

  1. Crack the eggs into a mixing bowl. Gently break the yolks of the egg with a folk.
  2. Add the milk.
  3. Add the salt and onion power. Mix together.
  4. Heat a small saucepan over medium high heat. Add the butter.
  5. When the butter starts to sizzle, pour in the egg mixture.
  6. Stir constantly until the scrambled eggs are completely cooked. Set them aside.
  7. Cut one of the refrigerated biscuits in half.
  8. Gently roll one half out and into a circle-ish shape that’s about 1/4-inch thick.
  9. Roll out the other half to be similarly shaped.
  10. Slice the cheese into thin slices and add 1/8 of it onto one of the biscuit halves.
  11. Put 1/8 of the egg mixture on top of the cheese.
  12. Put the other biscuit half on top. Squeeze the sides of the dough together so there aren’t any visible gaps where the cheese might ooze out.
  13. Put the dough into a hot waffle iron
  14. Cook for about three minutes until the biscuit dough is golden brown.
  15. Continue until you finished all of the stuffed waffles.
  16. Serve as is or with your favorite toppings, like melted butter and a drizzle of maple syrup.

Nutrition Information

Yield

8

Serving Size

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 155Total Fat 11gSaturated Fat 5gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 5gCholesterol 114mgSodium 322mgCarbohydrates 6gFiber 0gSugar 2gProtein 8g

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