What’s your air conditioning strategy in the summer? Some people (like my neighbor) run the A/C all summer long, from May – September. Personally, I’m a big fan of holding out as long as possible to turn on the A/C. I love the fresh air and cross-breeze I get in my house from opening every single window. As long as I can ignore the noise from kids screaming and dogs barking (seriously, what is UP with the loud people/animals who live on my street?), the fresh air somehow makes my small house feel bigger and more open.
These Pizza for Breakfast! Waffles are one of my favorite no-bake summer recipes. While the majority of my meals in the summer are straight off the grill, countertop appliances that don’t heat up the house are a great choice, too. One of my favorites is the waffle maker.
If you’ve never tried a savory waffle before, this summer is the time to do it! Most of the time, I don’t even use a “recipe” for them. I just make a basic waffle batter, and stir in some herbs and maybe some cheese. Then, I top them with whatever I feel like eating that morning (or evening) – sliced sausage, grilled chicken, sautéed veggies, mixed greens, etc.
Here, I’ve stirred some oregano, basil, garlic powder and Parmesan cheese into my waffle batter. I poured the batter into the griddle and topped it with a few slices of pepperoni before toasting it up nice and crispy. I topped the finished waffles with pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese and sunny side up eggs.
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Pizza for Breakfast! Waffles
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