Food Brings People Together On Many Different Levels. It’s Nourishment Of Soul And Body; It’s Truly Love.”Giada De Laurentiis
This morning was suppose to be my Sunday Morning Date but neither of us wanted to leave the couch. So I asked my handsome husband what I could cook him. He knew we had some leftover waffles in the fridge so he asked me to make the waffle egg thing. At first I had no clue what he was talking about. Then it clicked. I had everything to make it so I went ahead. This is where I had the idea to share it in the blog.
I created this a few months back and the whole family enjoyed it, minus my daughter who only eats Ramen and eggs. Even the neighbors and friends come over for this. So why not share it on here and let others make it too.
- Waffles (Later I will tell you how I make my gluten free waffles from scratch. You can use any waffles you like.)
- Jalapeno Cream Cheese (Currently I used Philadelphia Jalapeno Cream Cheese. Soon I will be making my own with cream cheese and fresh jalapenos from the garden.)
- Runny Yoke Eggs. (We use two per waffle. Gives it that creamy goodness.)
- Cotija Cheese (Parmesan can be used instead.)
- Cayenne Seasoning. (Any seasoning can be used, but this adds a little more spice.)
- Maple Syrup (Use real maple syrup.)
How to prepare:
- Start with the waffle on the plate.
- Spread a thick layer of cream cheese.
- Place the two eggs on top.
- Crumble or grate cheese.
- Sprinkle seasoning.
- Drizzle minimal amount of syrup last. Enough for taste.
This takes a little time to master to make it complete and warm. It is definitely worth it though.
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