4 Favourite Jaffle Iron Recipes

Who wouldn’t want jaffles for breakfast, lunch, tea… and everything in between? They’re easy to slap together, endlessly adaptable to cater for everyone’s tastes at meal time and perfect for a camping feast!

To help you bring your jaffle dreams to life, we’ve put together some tips and delicious filling ideas to expand your horizons beyond baked beans. But before you begin, these toasting tips will ensure your jaffles are cooked to perfection every time.

  • Avoid a hot mess and spray the jaffle iron with oil or lightly grease with butter to stop the stick
  • Don’t be tempted to overfill your creation or risk your dinner flopping into the flames.
  • Warning: Hot Contents – Your camp cooking skills are on fire so you will be eager to get stuck in, but best to curb your hunger a few minutes longer while your jaffle cools.

 

Our favourite recipes:

Fuel Up

For a healthy kick-start to your day fill your jaffle with: ham, sliced mushrooms (quickly fried up in a touch of butter), baby spinach leaves, grated cheese and halved cherry tomatoes.

Try this recipe: https://www.womensweeklyfood.com.au/recipes/breakfast-jaffle-24840

Mexi Jaffle

A little bit of prep for this one but trust us it will be worth it. Fry off some chopped onion and beef mince. Add finely diced tomatoes and mixed beans to the pan. Making sure to not overfill, spoon your mince mix onto the bread and add a healthy sprinkle of cheese. Work your jaffle iron magic and top with guac and jalapenos.

Try this recipe: https://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipes/chilli-jaffle

Hot Choc Jaffle

For the sweet tooth, this dessert jaffle recipe is guaranteed to impress. Start by spreading a light layer of ricotta cheese onto your bread and top with a couple of white chocolate melting buttons. Pop on a couple of fresh raspberries and toast away.

Try this recipe: https://www.taste.com.au/recipes/white-chocolate-raspberry-ricotta-jaffle/a44cd01f-5acd-424b-9ea7-de2b8041f905

S’more Jaffle

Layer your bread with as much chocolate and marshmallows as your heart desires. Melting buttons and mini marshmallows work best for this recipe but if not just finely chop some off the chocolate block and slice marshmallows into quarters. Crumble up a biscuit and crumble over the top for some crunch then serve with a dollop of double thick cream and even a blob of peanut butter.

Try this recipe: https://www.spendwithpennies.com/grilled-smores-sandwich/

Remember anything can be jaffled. Packing up to go home and over catered on the spag bowl? Jaffle it! Supplies running low? Just add cheese and anything goes.

Happy creating!

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