Waffle Toppings for All Taste-Buds: Get Creative With Aunt Bessie's

It’s always a good time to have a coupleor a tower, of waffles, especially when they’re made from Aunt Bessie’s waffle mixPerhaps the biggest question is then what you decide to eat your waffles with, and the list really is endless. Will you go for the classic maple syrup and butter? Or are you feeling adventurous enough to try sweet peaches and honey?

Whether you have a sweet tooth or are more of a savoury person, here at Aunt Bessie’s we’ve put together a list of our favourite waffle toppings to tickle your fancy.

Read on to find your new Sunday brunch favourite, you can thank us later!

Start your morning right with some sweet waffle toppings

Nothing beata chilled Sunday morning brunch, with a stack of delicious, fragrant waffles and some great coffee. If you’re tired of the classic maple syrup waffle toppingthen check out our list of some truly show-stopping sweet treats. Read on to find your new favourite obsession:


1. Whipped cream, chocolate syrup and chopped nuts

Dive in into your personal Chocolate Factory dream by taking chocolate syrup to the next levelDrizzle warm chocolate syrup over your waffles, add a generous serving of whipped cream and top with chopped nuts. Delicious!


2. Marshmallow fluff, digestives, and chocolate sauce

This one is for those with a hard-core sweet tooth! Spoon Marshmallow fluff over your waffles, crumble digestive biscuits over the top and finish with warm chocolate sauce.


3. Lemon curd and icing sugar

If, you’re after something light and refreshing, this is the best waffle topping for you!

To make lemon curd you’ll need to put lemon zest and juice, sugar, melted butter and eggs in a bowl, over a pan of simmering water.

Mix everything together and stir for approximately 10 minutes.

Strain the cooked lemon curd through a sieve to remove the lemon zest. If you like it hot then pour directly onto your waffles, otherwise place it in a sterilised jar and leave in the fridge for an hour or so.

Spoon over your cooked waffles, top with icing sugar, and enjoy!


4. Peanut butter and jelly

If you don’t mind sticky hands, then this is the one for youSimply add as much peanut butter as you want on top of your waffles and finish with your favourite fruity jam.


5. Cinnamon sugar

Iyou want something easy to make but equally delicious -mix some sugar and cinnamon together, sprinkle over the top of your waffles and voila! Delicious!


And do you know what the best part isYou can use the same waffle toppings with our Aunt Bessie’s pancakes as well! Check out our step-by-step guide, and serve up alongside your waffles for double the deliciousness!

Savoury waffle toppings to spice up your lunch or dinner plans


You asked, we delivered! It’s time to set the chocolate and sugar aside to get creative with some savoury waffle topping ideas. Get ready for the fun to begin, as we show you how to create yummy options from things found in your fridge. Read on for some unconventional but extra delicious options:


1. Chilli con carne

We know this might sound controversial but don’t knock it until you’ve tried it! Take a few spoons of leftover chilli con carne, layer up over your waffles before topping with some sour cream. Scrumptious!


2. Mac ‘n cheese and crispy bacon

We know, we know...we might be pushing it a little with this one, but who doesn’t love mac ‘n cheese? Get the full American experience by digging into this plate, and pair it with a milkshake!
When cooking the pasta, take it off the heat to drain a couple of minutes earlier than the suggested cooking time. Set aside, and save a cup of pasta water.
For the cheese sauce, melt butter in a medium sized pan on a low heat, then add the flour and mix well. Very gradually add the milk, stirring constantly.
Add mustard, salt, pepper and half the cheese, stir to combine and take off the heat.
Tip the pasta and 1-2 tablespoons of pasta water into the cheese sauce and stir.
Pour the entire mix into a greased ovenproof dish and cover with the remaining cheese.
Bake in the oven for 10-12 minutes or until brown on top.
Fry the bacon while the mac ‘n cheese is in the oven and thenonce everything is readyadd it to your fragrant waffles.


3. Eggs benedict

Introducing you to your new Sunday brunch favourite! Eggs benedict are a British classic, but have you ever paired them with waffles? Trust us, they’re Heaven on Earth!

To make the perfect hollandaise sauce, you’ll need to blend your egg yolks for exactly 30 seconds while slowly pouring in melted butter at the same time.

Next, poach your eggs, fry your bacon and then add to your waffles with a pinch of pepper on top. Enjoy!


4. Ham and cheese

Last but not least, a true classic ham and cheese waffles! If you haven’t tried them yet, then you’re really missing out! Quick and easy to prepare, you really can’t go wrong with them. Simply lay your ham and cheese slices on your waffles and cook on a pan until the cheese is nicely melted. There you go easy and tasty!


We hope to have tickled your taste-buds -our mouths are definitely watering -and that you’ve found some inspiration for your next meal. Don’t waste any more of your Sunday morning thinking about what to top your waffles withjust prepare your Aunt Bessie’s Waffle Mix and enjoy!

If you’re looking for more sweet treats then check out our vast range of desserts. Likewise, if you were tempted by our savoury waffle topping optionsthen you might want to check out our Toad in the hole range, perfect for wowing your guests and family alike.