I am always looks for new kinds of breakfast or brunch foods. We absolutely love waffles! These Chocolate Chip Irish Cream Waffles are no exception!
Today is the last day that my blogging buddies and I are making recipes for you to have for St. Patrick’s Day! It has been so fun working along side other people, trying to get things organize and everything coming together in the end! So thanks to all of my blogging buddies who were apart of this awesome week!!
My kids and I love to eat waffles and pancakes. We actually eat more of them in the more in the evening than any other time! So I knew when I was headed into this week that I wanted to do some sort of waffle. Since the kids would be eating them I also knew I wanted them to be nonalcoholic as well! Truth be told. I have never had Irish Cream. In the alcohol or the creamer. This was a perfect time for me to try it! I love the fact that there are creamers out there with this flavor because it gives some of us the chance to take the flavor without the alcohol. I am not sure if I want to get all boozed up in the morning either, so this is definitely an alternative! St. Patrick’s Day actually falls in the middle of Lent and we give up any kind of alcoholic beverage during that season so this is perfect for those of us celebrating Lent as well! Hope you ENJOY!!
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Chocolate Chip Irish Cream Waffles
Simple breakfast or brunch Belgium waffle with a taste of Irish cream and lots of chocolate!
- 2 cups flour
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1/2 tablespoon baking powder
- 2 eggs
- 1/4 cup olive oil
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/2 cup Irish Cream creamer, I used Bailey's
- 1/3 cup dark chocolate chips
- Preheat your waffle iron.
- In mixing bowl add flour, sugar and baking powder. Give it a quick mix.
- Add eggs, oil, milk and creamer.
- Continue to mix until there are no more lumps.
- Stir in chocolate chips
- Cook in waffle iron for 3 minutes or according to the directions of your waffle iron.
- This made 3 Belgium waffles.
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Jenna @ A Savory Feast
Mmmm these sound so good! Breakfast food is my absolute favorite thing and I love finding fun recipes like this! This is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day.
My kiddos are all about the breakfast foods! Thanks Jenna!
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Oh Yum! The funny thing is I always take a break off Lent on St. Patrick’s Day….. I mean is a feast day…. =) that and I’m not a good Catholic anymore. But these waffles?! Oh yes please!!!
Haha didn’t think about it being a feast day!
I would eat that whole plate and ask for seconds, yum!
I think I did! Thanks Angie!
Now there’s a delicious way to start the day!
I would definitely agree! Thanks Cate!
Ohh my these look so good! I must buy a waffle iron soon!!
You should! They are so fun Lauren!
We usually don’t bother celebrating St. Patrick’s Day but these waffles will change that. They look incredible! I have to make them.
Yum! I am definitely making these this weekend! Thanks for sharing 🙂
I hope you do! Thanks Charbel!
A super idea! I love putting bailey’s in things!
It was my first time but so much fun!
Hey…what about guinness waffles…I’m sure the beer would make these just slightly crispy… Stumbling. Pinning. Yum.
Great idea Christine!
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Oh.My.Goodness. These waffles are the bomb Nancy! What a great idea!
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Oh boy, I’d love to wake up to these like every morning!! 😉 Love the Irish cream in them!
Mornings would definitely be a lot better with these in them!
Um, yes – these sound delicious!
What a fantastic and fun St. Paddy’s treat! Thanks for linking up with SNF 🙂
So delicious! Thanks for linking up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!