I grew up with the famous slogan to “L’eggo my Eggo” and it is just the perfect sentiment for this weeks recipe for Waffle Tacos. We had so much fun with this recipe for dinner as part of our waffle week.
Waffle Taco Recipe
- Eggo Waffles
- Refried Beans
- Tomatoes, diced
- Onions, diced
- Cheese, grated
- Sour Cream
- Toast your waffles according to the package directions.
- Next, heat the refried beans and spread a thin layer of beans over your waffle.
- Layer your taco with your favorite toppings including cheese, onions, tomatoes, cilantro, sour cream, and any other toppings your family may enjoy.
Then, tell your family and friends to take their hands off your Waffle Taco! That’s right, “L’eggo My Eggo” waffle taco! This was a really fun recipe and my kids quickly gobbled it down. The waffles are a softer shell than a crisp taco shell so they won’t hold firm in the taco shape if you set them down. We just kept them in our hand though it would be easy enough to set them down and fold it back up as you pick up your taco. My kids thought it was so fun to have waffles as part of our tacos and it really made a unique meal!
Last Reminder! The Great Eggo Waffle Recipe Contest
Our Waffle Week celebration is coming to and end but that doesn’t mean you can’t continue to be creative and try your hand creating your own recipes. The Great Eggo Waffle Off Recipe Contest will continue to be open for entries through May 13th, 2013. One grand prize winner will take home a $5,000 cash prize!! If you head over to the Eggo Facebook Page, you’ll also see really creative recipe creations like this waffle bee, which is my personal favorite! So adorable!
I am posting as a Chief Waffle Officer. I received a stipend to purchase recipe ingredients, branded products and other promotional items for participating. I will also be paid for the time and effort involved as part of this campaign. The opinions expressed above are my own.
Sunday 28th of April 2013
This recipe looks very tasty. Thanks for sharing!
Wednesday 24th of April 2013
This is a very neat use for a waffle. I'll have to try it soon!