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Savoury bread waffle

Quick savoury bread waffle is the recipe I am planning to make today. Some days we will get bored with our routine breakfast menu. Somedays our brains will be adamant to go for a change. That is applicable to cooking too. I got the same feeling of saying a big ‘NO’ to Idly and Dosa. My kids’ school holiday started and they wanted some change in the daily routine. And after eating the same breakfasts daily, I needed one too.๐Ÿ˜

We went for our weekly grocery shopping trip today and when I reached home, the bread loaves decorating my kitchen cabinet got my attention. So I started my laboratory work.๐Ÿค” So I am not too sure about the results…I grabbed some eggs, carrots, mushrooms.

A cob of corn was in the refrigerator from yesterday, blinking in the corner. My kid came in and said, “I think the corn is thinking if you would use it today”.

Corn, you got the chance. I started my cooking.

While I definitely enjoy a sweet waffle with butter and maple syrup, I like savoury waffles even better.

Ingredients for Quick savoury bread waffle


I used the store-bought bread here. I tend to choose multigrain soft grain, wholemeal, oats bread to enrich my food.


Your choice of vegetables can be added to the recipe. Here, I am adding corn and mushrooms. Be wild and creative while adding the vegetables and ingredients to make your meal nutritious and colourful.


I used the low-fat milk in this recipe. You can use full-fat milk if you prefer. For a vegan recipe, you can add any plant-based milk like oat milk, almond milk, soy milk.

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Quick savoury bread waffle

Course Appetizer, Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine International, Western
Servings 4


  • Waffle maker


  • Bread slices-8
  • Eggs-3
  • Carrot-2 medium-sized
  • Cob of corn-1
  • Mushroom-6
  • Onion-1 medium-sized
  • Milk-1/2 to 3/4 cup
  • Salt
  • Pepper


  • Remove the corn from the cob.
  • Add oil in a pan. Saute the onion, corn, mushroom until they become soft.
  • Crumble the bread slices into bread crumbs.
  • Beat the eggs until frothy. Add the vegetables, bread crumbs, milk, salt and pepper.
  • Mix them well until they blend together.
  • Heat a waffle maker. Pour the batter and cook both the sides.
  • Serve hot with tomato ketchup.
Keyword after school snack, bread toast, bread waffle, breakfast, crispy snack, healthy fast food, junk food replacer, savoury toast

I am using the store-bought oatmeal bread for this recipe. Any bread, whether white, wholemeal, whole wheat, multigrain or sprouted grain, can work well. These waffles can be frozen for future use. These waffles can be used for a sandwich as well. Focaccia, ciabatta, panini bread loaves can be used to replace the bread.

Similar healthy alternatives

No flour pumpkin oats muffin– A no flour pumpkin oats muffin enriched with pumpkin spice, cinnamon powder.

Pancake cereal– Imagining tiny freshly cooked pancakes will definitely indulge your eyes as well as your taste buds.

Breads and countries

Some countries own their speciality in their making of bread or those widespread recipes have the origin of that particular countries.

  • Banana bread-United states
  • Baguette-French
  • Breadstick-Italian
  • Brioche-French
  • Challah-Jewish
  • Ciabatta-Italy
  • cornbread-Native American
  • Focaccia-Italy
  • Pita bread-Middle Eastern
  • Pumpernickel-Germany
  • Rye bread-Europe
  • Soda bread-United States
  • Sourdough bread-Egypt

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