Breakfast for Lunch: Oreo Waffles


Nothing is better than breakfast that tastes like dessert, and with Oreo waffles you can accomplish that. These waffles are easy and quick to make in around 10 minutes. Your first bite of the day will taste like chocolate and energize you until the next morning.

Tools you need:


-waffle maker

-something to crush the Oreos


I recommend buying either all-purpose baking mix or bisquick. These baking mixes are affordable and local meaning you can find them at almost every store nearby. These boxes will give you directions and measurements to from the waffle. Just make sure you’re reading the instructions for waffles and not pancakes or biscuits.

Prep time: 5-7 minutes

Cook time: 3-5 minutes

Author: Brielle Neylan


– 2 cups waffle mix (makes 8 waffles)

– 1 egg (makes 8 waffles)

– 2 tablespoons vegetable oil (makes 8 waffles)

– 1 1/3 cups of milk (makes 8 waffles)



-syrup (optional)

-chocolate chips (optional)


1.Start by plugging in your waffle maker.

2.While the waffle maker is heating up pour 2 cups of waffle mix (Look on back of box) into the bowl.

3.Put 1egg, 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil (found of box), 1 1/3 cups of milk, and a handful of chocolate chips into the bowl.

4.Stir everything together in the bowl until there are no lumps.

5.Then separate the Oreos between the cookie and the icing.

6.Get rid of the icing and mash the Oreo cookies.

7.When all the ores are powdery and crushed pour it into the batter.

8.Stir again until all the Oreos are mixed in.

9.Spray the waffle maker when it is ready and then pour it into the waffle batter.

10.Now it’s ready to eat and enjoy!