Want something to mix up your morning routine or compliment a great breakfast for a dinner idea? These white chocolate raspberry waffles are not only super simple to put together but delicious and perfectly sweet, making a great idea for your next breakfast preparation!
What Size Waffles Does This Make?
The recipe is made for some mini waffles, but you can make them in any size waffle maker. The waffle maker used in this recipe was 4 inches which is a great size for using the waffles you make as a side dish for breakfasts.
How Long Will This Recipe Take?
Including prep time, you’ll only spend at most 10 minutes making these waffles. But you could take a little longer or shorter depending on how quickly your waffle maker works or what size appliance you have.
What Ingredients Do I Need?
Today’s recipe includes making your own waffle mix. You’ll need an egg, butter, milk, vanilla extract, all-purpose flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, raspberries, and white chocolate chips.
How Many Waffles Can I Make?
For this specific waffle maker and recipe, you’ll get eight waffles from your cooking. Of course, if you have your own waffle maker that is a different size or you need more, you can always alter the recipe or double it.
What Other Fruits Can I Use?
There are definitely many other fruits you can use for waffles; raspberries just tend to compliment white chocolate better. But you could use blueberries, cut strawberries, any flavor jam you like, and much more!
How Can I Store Leftover Waffles?
You can store any extra waffles in the fridge and reheat them in the microwave if you want, and also, any extra ingredients can be stored for topping other treats or your dessert. You could also use extra ingredients to make another batch some other day.
What Do I Serve With White Chocolate Waffles?
Breakfast can be great with just these waffles if you want, but you’re welcome to serve these along with eggs or breakfast meats too! You can also top your waffles with extra raspberries or chocolate chips, syrup, whipped cream, and so on.
How Do I Get Kids to Eat Raspberry Waffles?
If you have particularly picky little ones that are reluctant to try these waffles, you can make it more fun to try to encourage them to enjoy this themselves. They can help make the waffles, or you can create a fun topping bar for more interactive eating.
What Other Chocolates Can I Use?
You can easily use any type of chocolate that you like. There are even mini chocolate chips that you can buy to add some minty flavor (or use some sprigs of mint). And you can mix it up with varieties of chocolate chips if you want!
Why Do You Just Crush the Berries?
Most recipes involve making a syrupy mixture for your berries or making them into jam-like textures to use for waffles. This recipe doesn’t do this to make it easier and quicker, but you’re welcome to use your own spin on it for more flavor.
Why Use Mini Waffle Maker for Waffles?
Plenty of people just use large waffle makers to make their breakfast, which is perfectly acceptable and works great! Using a mini waffle maker like the recipe uses just gives you a bit more speed in cooking as well as the ability to snack on the waffles.
Now it’s time to try these great waffles for yourself! You can follow the recipe below for creating your own version of delicious white chocolate raspberry waffles to use for any meal but especially for breakfast-themed meals of the day like brunch, morning times, or breakfast for dinner.
White Chocolate Raspberry Waffles
- 1 large Egg
- 1/4 cup butter, melted
- 1 cup Milk
- 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1 cup All Purpose Flour
- 1 tsp Baking Powder
- 2 tbps Sugar
- 1/4 tsp Salt
- 1/4 cup fresh raspberries
- 1/4 cup white chocolate chips
- Preheat the waffle maker.
- Add the raspberries to a small bowl, and use a spoon to crush them into a jelly-type mixture. Set aside.
- Add the egg, melted butter, milk, and vanilla to a large bowl, and stir well.
- Stir in the flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt.
- Add the raspberry mixture and white chocolate chips, and give a quick stir.
- Pour a small amount of the mixture into the waffler maker, just enough to fill it.
- Put the lid down and cook for 2 minutes, then use a fork to remove the waffle.
- Repeat steps 6 and 7 until all of the waffles are cooked.
- Top with extra raspberries and/or white chocolate chips if desired.