People use waffle makers for making a variety of items besides just waffles, including pizza, falafel, grilled cheese sandwiches, chocolate chip cookies and more. Waffle makers serve as versatile machines for crafting a number of breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert items. They provide heat similar to that of an oven and serve as makeshift broilers, which makes them ideal for welding ingredients together.
For breakfast, waffle makers can make muffins, brioche French toast and hash browns. Blueberry cinnamon muffins - or muffles - make a tasty early morning treat. People can prepare muffin batter in the standard fashion. Instead of placing the muffins into the oven to heat, however, they can use the waffle iron. Simply turn it to a medium heat and coat the waffle maker with nonstick spray before placing roughly one quarter of the batter in at a time. Cook for about 4 minutes, or until the muffins turn golden brown.
For lunch, waffle irons can create quesadillas with various fillings, such as sausage and cheese. They serve as great instruments for making grilled cheese sandwiches, too.
For a savory dinner, people use waffle makers for making a thin crust for pizza. Waffle irons create a crispy outer crust for dough, and leave grooves in the dough, which is ideal for storing sauce and cheese. Savory pies are also good dinner recipes.
Waffle irons come in handy for dessert, too; they make waffle sundaes, cookies and even carrot cake.