Quick, Easy and Delicious
I had lots of ideas for this prompt. What could I whip together and waffle within 20 minutes? But then I figured, that’s quite a long time to wait for food and the clean up involved afterwards would add onto that. What could I make that would pretty much take minutes, not use a ton of ingredients and would be really tasty?
Toasties are great, we always have bread in the house and my fridge is always full of mystery spreads and ingredients I can slap on some bread. A perfect idea! But would it work in a waffle machine?
When deciding whether I could justify the space for a waffle iron in my kitchen, it was pretty much a toss up between a waffle iron and a toastie machine. I figured that whilst I’d make a hell of a lot of toasties in the first week of having the machine, it would end up being a gadget that just hung around the kitchen, taking up space and gathering dust. I had more hope for being a regular waffle eater (and it’s clearly worked…just look at me!). If I could make toasties in my waffle iron, this would basically end up being the best investment known to human kind.
- Non dairy spread
- Fillings of your choice
- Grease and fire up the waffle iron.
- While it’s heating up, butter up each side of the bread. Place your filling of choice inside. Cut in half.
- Pop each half into the waffle iron and wait.
- Repeat, load up your plate and cram inside your mouth whilst watching Mean Girls