White Chocolate Blueberry Waffles

Do you ever eat something and then become instantly obsessed with it. Like it’s basically the only thing you want to eat. Yeah, this is totally happening to me right now. And it’s because of these White Chocolate and Blueberry Waffles. I’m obsessed.


It actually started with making these into pancakes, which are also just as fabulous (so, if you don’t have a waffle maker, don’t worry.) Now they are all I want to eat!

I obviously had to share the recipe with you all. Though it’s fairly simple, just add chopped up white chocolate chips and blueberries to your basic waffle batter. No rocket science here.


I made these pretty early in the morning and for my guests, so I don’t have any fancy ‘in process’ photos this time. Please forgive me.

White Chocolate & Blueberry Waffles:

Here's what you will need:
1 cup flour
1/4 cup sugar
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp salt
1 tbls melted butter
1 egg
1/2 tsp vanilla
3/4 cup butter milk
1/4 cup white chocolate chips, chopped (I recommend the Ghirardelli chips)
1/2 cup fresh blueberries

Begin by making your batter. Mix all your dry ingredients into a large bowl. Set aside. Then mix all your wet ingredients in a medium bowl. Add your wet ingredients to your dry ingredients. Mix until just combined.

Then carefully stir in the chopped white chocolate chips and blueberries.

Ladle into your griddle of choice and cook until golden brown.
That's it.

*To adjust this recipe for pancakes instead of using 3/4 cups buttermilk, use 1/2 cup buttermilk and 1/2 cup whole milk.

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Then plate up your waffles with a little way too much butter and some more fresh blueberries.

Then, proceed to pour on the maple syrup baby!


Seriously, this is happiness on a plate. Pour me a big cup of coffee and I’m set!


Obviously blueberry waffles have been around for a while, but I think the white chocolate really takes these to the next level.


That creamy, warm white chocolate hidden inside there is just magic.

What foods are you loving obsessed with these days?

 

Comments

  • Raine at

    Wow, just delicious. A good reason to take out my waffle iron. Gonna try this recipe this Sunday. Thanks Michael.

  • Raine at

    Wow, just delicious. A good reason to take out my waffle iron. Gonna try this recipe this Sunday. Thanks Michael.

  • Raine at

    Wow, just delicious. A good reason to take out my waffle iron. Gonna try this recipe this Sunday. Thanks Michael.

  • Raine at

    Wow, just delicious. A good reason to take out my waffle iron. Gonna try this recipe this Sunday. Thanks Michael.

  • Raine at

    Wow, just delicious. A good reason to take out my waffle iron. Gonna try this recipe this Sunday. Thanks Michael.

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  • Mandy at

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  • Anonymous at

    Just wanted to check…when making pancakes you said “instead of using 3/4 c buttermilk…” but I don’t see buttermilk in the waffle recipe anywhere. Or is it JUST for pancakes?

    And also, is there anything I can substitute for the butter? Maybe vegetable oil? Lactose-intolerant, but I really want to try these!

  • sissyanne at

    The waffles look yummy!! I pinned the daytime facial oil, sounds kinda neat. I’d like to try the lip butter too!

  • Anonymous at

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  • Maria at

    The waffles look amazing! Great breakfast treat!

  • Sue at

    Yum!! Looks amazing!

  • Anonymous at

    I saw this recipe Pinterest and made the pancake version for Father’s Day. I abstained for one weekend, but had to make them again this past Saturday. The kids and my husband raved about them and we can’t wait to make them again. The first time we made them, we used regular maple syrup (although they have so much flavor they don’t even really need syrup), but this last time I bought blueberry syrup and drizzled just a touch over them. It was divine.

    Great recipe. A definite keeper.

  • Cindy at

    So Cool that you put a print button on the recipe! Can’t wait to make it for my sons.

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