Mini Breakfast Sandwiches: Giveaway

Think waffles are only for breakfast? Think again! Waffles make a great snack for any time of day. When I started to get fit I ate the Eggo Nutrigrain waffles for a quick snack or breakfast when I was short on time.This week I’m going to be sharing some of my favorite waffle recipes with you.These mini waffle breakfast sandwiches are so good! They not only make a great protein packed breakfast, but a delicious lunch or after school treat. They are easy to make and your kids will love them! The mini Eggo waffles make them the perfect kid sized snack!
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Mini Waffle Breakfast Sandwiches




Yield 1 serving


  • 4 Eggo mini waffles (per serving)
  • 1 egg
  • 1 piece of bacon
  • 1/2 slice cheese (I used cheddar jack)


  1. Cook the bacon.
  2. Toast the waffles.
  3. While the waffles are toasting fry the egg.
  4. On two of the waffles layer cheese, egg, and bacon.
  5. Top with the other waffles.
  6. Serve.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 2 sandwiches

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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  1. When I was a kid, my brother and I used to eat them straight out of the freezer … I don’t know if it was laziness or if it was because it was Florida and hot as heck. Once in a great while I still do this … lol … and always call my brother up and say “Guess what I’m eating?”

  2. Cut into strips and served with different dipping sauces! Yummy!

  3. Bananas and real maple syrup 🙂

  4. strawberries and whipped cream

  5. Sheila Laurence says:

    Honestly, my favorite thing about frozen waffles is that I don’t have to server them with anything! The kids can put on what they want – usually syrup.

  6. I like butter and syrup and sometimes peanut butter. Fruit also.

  7. Butter and syrup, but my husband just likes powdered sugar on his.

  8. We like to serve ours with fresh fruit and a little bit of syrup. Yum!

  9. Toasted, then add Strawberries & blueberries! No syrup or sugars needed!

  10. A sandwich but with ice cream in the middle. Yum!

  11. PBJ when we are truly eatting on the run!

  12. Jennifier W. says:

    Powdered sugar and fresh berries! Yum!

  13. Erin Gee says:

    crunchy peanut butter and sugar free syrup waffle sandwich….yummo!!

  14. Similar to this but we also add cut up avocado to eggs and bacon – delicious

  15. beatriz says:

    with a berry medley!

  16. D SCHMIDT says:

    My favorite way to eat waffles is with butter and jam or just with lemon curd spooned on!

  17. My daughter and I like to put them in the toaster and then top them with a banana and chopped up Reese’s cups! Sometimes we will add some whipped cream! Ok, most of the time we add whipped cream;)

  18. Jennifer Grimm says:

    I love them with sausage and eggs as a sandwich with syrup as the condiment spread on!

  19. Ttrockwood says:

    I love my waffles with almond butter and fresh berries

  20. Margot C says:

    We like a Eggo with an egg on top (pretty much the way you have it, but with no lid!)