Freshly Pressed Waffle Sandwiches for #WeekdaySupper

Waffle Turkey Sandwich

Waffle PBJ
Weekday Suppers on a Friday night should be fun.
Sunday Supper Movement

I think I have a cute idea for do-it-yourself panini style sandwiches to please everyone.
I was writing a query for a magazine call on other uses for those appliances gathering dust in your kitchen, when I spied my waffle iron. I dusted it off (only kidding) and tried some waffle sandwich combos. Four minutes later, I had warm and gooey PB&J on 12 grain bread. Yumm! Next I tried Fresh Mozzarella, basil and tomato, which was equally good. Okay, maybe smoked turkey, provolone, lettuce and tomato are more your style? Anyway, give your waffle iron a new purpose and save the money you were going to spend on that panini press. One less thing to dust!
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8 Responses to Freshly Pressed Waffle Sandwiches for #WeekdaySupper

  1. Sunithi says:

    Looks so cool & easy. Did you use bread or did you use a waffle mix. If you use a mix, must wait for the waffles to get done before stuffing right ?
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  2. Uru says:

    Your waffles look cafe style my friend, yum!

    Cheers
    CCU
    Uru recently posted..ANZAC Day 2013My Profile

  3. What a fun idea! My kids will love this concept!

  4. Winnie says:

    It looks super appetizing!

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