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Monday, February 22, 2021

Taste-bud Journey: Egg and Cheese Grilled Waffle

During the pandemic, I am taking taste-bud journeys as I self-isolate rather than physical journeys. Here is my adapted recipe for an Egg and Cheese Grilled Waffle. This was my version of getting a Egg and Cheese Biscuit at a short-order restaurant such as Hardee's. That was something I used to really enjoy doing back when I lived in Tennessee and long before the pandemic hit!




  • Waffle sliced in half, lengthwise
  • Egg scrambled together with your favorite flavor of cheese such as Colby Jack
  • Cooking oil to keep egg from sticking to frying pan
  • Mayonnaise or whatever other condiment you enjoy


  • Step 1: Select your waffle and slice in half, lengthwise.

  • Step 2: Spray a frying pan with cooking oil. 

  • Step 3: Scramble an egg mixed with your favorite flavor of shredded cheese. I personally really enjoy Colby Jack cheese which is a mixture of Colby and Monterey Jack cheeses.

  • Step 4: Spread whatever condiment you enjoy on your waffle such as mayonnaise.
  • Step 5: Top one half of the waffle with the scrambled egg and cheese mixture. Top with the other half of the waffle.

  • Step 6: Grill this together in a sandwich grill of some type. Then, eat and enjoy!

Please note:
In case you are interested, this is the link to the mini grills I have been using in my waffle-connected posts. Since I not only live alone, but have limited storage space, tiny grills fit into my lifestyle a lot better than larger grills. Plus, this was my way to save a little money. Each grill only cost about $10 each.

Also, this is my link for the Bisquick waffle recipe I used on a previous post. You don't have to use Bisquick. You can also use regular flour as part of your recipe. It is simply a matter of taste and what you happened to have available in your pantry.

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