These gingerbread eggnog waffles studded with toasted pecans are guaranteed to get anyone out of bed. The subtle flavor of ginger bread and the heavenly aroma will make them happy they got up. Easy to make you can always reheat them in a toaster oven.
This year I find myself home alone. Manservant flew off last minute to be with his parents who are having a bit of a hard time this season. A few prayers in their favor could help. I would have loved to have flown off to be with my parents, as my dad is turning 85 tomorrow, but last minute things are tough this time of year. And yes, in case you are wondering, because of my dad, being Jewish in our home still always guaranteed a celebration on Christmas day. Alas, I couldn’t find a spot for the dogs and so it is I find myself in a very quiet house. That’s OK, I’m still grateful for seasons past.
The kids are in their respective places. My folks will be enjoying themselves with my brother who is hosting a little party for my dad, and I am here enjoying the peace and quiet. Last weekend on Zoe’s faster than a speeding bullet visit, I made these waffles. She wanted me to post them, so here ya go princess. They aren’t what my dad would want. He prefers plain thin crepes with hot maple syrup. I hope he gets them!
Here’s wishing everyone a Happy Hanukkah, a Merry Christmas, a Happy Kwanzaa, a Happy Festivus and a happy anything else that anyone can think of. Oh yeah. Happy Birthday fits in there also! Hope it is a good one Dad. I’m grateful for all of my friends; those here and those I have but not yet met, and those that are still to be. I wish for peace on earth and well filled stockings, brightly lit candles, and good food in your tummies. Have a happy day, my friends!Print
Gingerbread Eggnog Waffles
These gingerbread eggnog waffles studded with toasted pecans make a very special breakfast. Make ahead and reheat if you like. Whatever you choose, just make them!
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Marcelle @ A Little Fish in the Kitchen
Tuesday 12th of December 2017
YUM! Abbe, these sound fantastic and I can't wait to try these waffles! We make pancakes or waffles nearly every weekend and I'm putting these in the rotation this Sunday. I've already printed it out :)
Tuesday 3rd of January 2017
Mine was a quiet holiday, as well, Abbe, and I gotta say that I could get used to it. Kinda nice taking a step back from all of the hubbub. In any event, I hope you enjoyed the holidays -- all of 'em! -- and that 2017 is a great year for you and all you love.
SavoringTime in the Kitchen
Tuesday 27th of December 2016
I'm so sorry about your husband's parents, Abbe. It's too bad you couldn't find a place for your dogs to visit your dad but at least you have them to keep you company. What deluxe waffles! I love the flavors.
Tuesday 27th of December 2016
Hope you are enjoying the holidays even if they are quieter than usual. These look like a lovely, festive treat.
Cheri Savory Spoon
Monday 26th of December 2016
Happy Holidays Abbe, these waffles do look amazing, I can see why Zoe wanted you to post them. Hope everything is okay with Manservant's parents. Take care.