Today I’m showing how I started with a cookie mix, but then turned them into yummy waffles.
But the 1st question I have — is it a cookie waffle or a waffle cookie?
I went back and forth trying to decide which one I was making. = )
Either way, these blue raspberry cookie waffles turned out delicious! It was a definite crowd pleaser with the kids when I was testing out this recipe idea.
I started with Blue Raspberry Cookie Mix, which was intriguing enough to try, but I wanted to put a little spin on it and try it out on the waffle iron.
But first, I needed to get the batter to the right consistency.
Following the ingredients needed on the back of the box, I added an extra egg, 1/2 cup water, and 1/2 cup of pancake mix (I used the kind where you only need to add water) to the batter.
This made the batter less dough-like and more waffle batter-like. It thinned it out the a nice consistency, but then the added egg and pancake batter helped hold it together in the waffle iron.
Then I just cooked them as I normally would make waffles.
What came out of the waffle iron was a yummy, crispy, yet moist cake-like cookie waffle.
Whew, that’s a mouthful of words, but it was all of those things. YUM!
In my sister’s opinion, it’s like eating a muffin top – crispy on the outside, but moist and cake-like on the inside.
I topped them with whipped cream and add fresh raspberries to complete my red, white and blue dessert idea.
To make it even more festive, add a patriotic flag on the top. I cut them out and taped them to the top of pretty paper straws.
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You can use the free printable party flags to make great cupcake or dessert toppers, straw decorations, or even string a bunch together to make a flag garland.
Have you ever made cookies in your waffle iron? Now that I know it worked with the fun blue raspberry cookie mix, I can’t wait to test out and try other flavors.
The blue raspberry cookie waffles topped with fresh raspberries and whipped cream is a fun dessert to try for the upcoming 4th of July weekend – or do I dare say for breakfast? = )
From our family to yours, we wish you all a safe and happy holiday!
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