Homemade waffles with bisquick are a great way to start the day. Top them with butter and syrup or fresh fruit and whipped cream.
Although having waffles for breakfast may seem decadent, these waffle with bisquick are actually super easy to make. If you end up making too many waffles, you can store the leftovers to reheat another day!
How To Make Waffles with Bisquick
Put the bisquick, whole milk, egg, melted butter, brown sugar, and vanilla in a bowl.
Don’t have any bisquick on hand? It’s super easy to make some using my Homemade Bisquick Copycat Recipe.
Whisk the ingredients together until combined.
Can buttermilk be used to make waffles with bisquick?
Yes, you can substitute the milk with an equal amount of buttermilk.
If you are looking for a diary-free option, substitute the milk with almond milk or whatever milk alternative you prefer. And use olive oil or canola oil instead of melted butter.
Once your waffle iron is hot, spray it with cooking spray or brush it with oil. Then, pour the waffle batter into the center and close the lid. The amount of waffle batter you will need depends on your waffle iron.
Are these waffles gluten-free?
They can be gluten-free waffles if you make them with gluten-free bisquick.
Cook for about 4-5 minutes, depending on your waffle iron, until it stops steaming.
How do you store leftover waffles with bisquick?
You can store leftover waffles in an airtight container or zip-top bag in the refrigerator for 2-3 days. Or store them in the freezer for up to 3 months. See below for freezing tips.
My waffle iron uses 3/4 cup of batter for each waffle. I was able to make four waffles with one batch of batter.
Can waffles be reheated?
Yes, leftover waffles that have been stored in the fridge or freezer can be reheated. There are a few different methods to try:
- Oven: Bake the waffles with bisquick in a single layer on a baking sheet at 350˚F for several minutes, until warm.
- Stove top: Heat the waffles in a skillet over medium heat.
- Toaster: If your waffles are small enough you can, warm them in the toaster until hot.
- Waffle iron: Return the waffles to the waffle iron for a short time to reheat them.
- Microwave: The is the least preferable method because the waffles will most likely get soggy. But it can be used in a pinch.
The classic way to eat waffles is to top them with butter and syrup. But growing up in the midwest, we always ate waffles and pancakes with peanut butter and syrup. It wasn’t until I started traveling and found that restaurants didn’t offer peanut butter with waffles that is must be a midwest thing.
Can waffles be frozen?
To store leftover waffles made with bisquick, lay them flat on a parchment covered baking sheet and place it in the freezer until the waffles are frozen. Then, transfer the frozen waffles to a zip-top freezer bag or freezer-safe container and return them to the freezer. Store in the freezer for up to 3 months.
And of course, waffles with bisquick are always delicious with fresh fruit on top. Sprinkle on a little powdered sugar or a dollop of whipped cream.
What toppings are good on waffles with bisquick?
Besides the butter and syrup, peanut butter, and fresh fruit mentioned above there are endless topping options for waffles! Here are few more to try:
- bananas and peanut butter
- chocolate chips
- cinnamon and sugar
- chicken tenders
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