Waffle Wednesday: Pizza Edition!

Happy Wednesday!

I had plans to share a fun outfit today but then life happened aka L wanted to get 2 pork butts ready to smoke tomorrow and that seemed to take FOREVER!  I helped with the rub and everything else 😉

Onto today’s recipe….

Logan and I have made these fun waffle pizzas a few times and I keep forgetting to share them! They’re so easy and are great for kids (hello, fun little dinner they can help with) or for adults!


Waffle Maker

1 pack Pillsbury crescent rolls

1 jar pizza sauce

mozzarella cheese (or cheese of your choice)

Toppings of your choice (pepperoni, sausage, veggies)

First, you’re going to roll out the rolls and separate.  Put your toppings of choice on first (sausage, veggie, pepperoni, etc). Make sure you turn on your waffle iron to get it heated too while you’re preparing the waffles.  I add a bit of non-stick spray on it as well to help!

Next, put on your cheese of choice – we used Mozzarella and a little bit of Italian Seasoning.

After you have your toppings on, you’re going to fold it over (or you can put another crescent roll over it) and place it in the bottom part of the waffle maker.

Close the waffle maker and flip (if yours does that!).

Once it’s done, the light will go off and you’ll be almost ready for dinner!

Heat up your sauce and you’re set to get dunking!

A few tips:

Make sure you pile on the toppings and cheese, otherwise there isn’t a ton of the pizza flavor!

Adding the Italian Seasoning on the waffle added a little extra flair as well 🙂

These are seriously so easy and I love them because they taste good and you can’t mess them up!

Have you ever made these or something similar?! I’m always looking for more (easy) recipes!


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