National Waffle Day

There is nothing better than a big, fluffy, home-made golden waffle in the morning…with lots of butter and maple syrup.  I wish it were “National Waffle Day” everyday because they’re simply THAT delicious! Interestingly enough, the holiday was established on August 24, 1869. The overall idea behind the holiday acknowledged the patent of the waffle iron by Cornelius Swarthout of Troy. Because we can’t resist celebrating, we’ve got a tasty and simple recipe from the Food Network that only takes 10 minutes!

What You’ll Need:

2 frozen waffles

Ice cream flavor of your choice

Confectioners sugar (if desired)

What You’ll Do:

  1. First, toast the frozen waffles as you normally would.
  2. Let them cool.
  3. Sandwich a scoop or two of ice cream between the waffles.
  4. Dust with confectioners’ sugar, if desired.

Wouldn’t it be great if there were a holiday for every food you loved to eat?

Written by Guest Blogger, Myles Marcus

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