Dear Mom, I Combined A Frittata, Croissant, And Waffle

Dear Mom, I Combined A Frittata, Croissant, And Waffle

Dear Mom,

I call it the Croffritaffle.

You don’t only get a mouthful with the name of this amazing breakfast frittata recipe.

The flavors and textures are a mouthful as well!

This recipe combines the harmony in flavors of a frittata, the flakiness of a croissant, and the fun shape of a waffle.

A quick frittata recipe with ease.

This recipe was designed to showcase how fast and easy it is to make delicious breakfast food.

This recipe can be made with a quick trip to the grocery store for some frozen puff pastry, fresh veggies, goat cheese, and eggs!

I really hope you enjoy this recipe and let it spark your curiosity as to what else you can make in a waffle iron!

Frittata croffle created only here for nometry!

the frittata croffle

1 ea Puff pastry, large enough to fit your waffle iron.

4 oz Eggs, beaten

1/4 Cup Broccolini

2 Tbsp Piquillo Peppers

2 Tbsp Goat Cheese

1 Tsp Chives

To Taste Maple syrup

Start by liberally spraying your waffle iron with nonstick cooking spray. Trim your puff pastry to a square that can fit your waffle iron. Let it temper while you make your frittata base.

Mix together your eggs, veggies and chives. Pour into the waffle iron and place your sheet of puff pastry on top.

Cook until the puff pastry is crispy, risen, and the eggs are fully cooked. Remove carefully from the waffle iron and garnish with chives.

Serve with maple syrup, jam, or a beautiful romesco sauce! This recipe can accommodate sweet and savory components!

A new brunch item to make with dad

If you ever get find an old waffle iron while searching through Grandma’s old stuff, you have to give this a try.

Lovingly Yours,


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