Recipe | Whole Wheat Waffle Omelet Breakfast Sandwiches

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Last week I shared a cherry chocolate waffle dessert that was absolutely to-die-for and if you actually read through my run on sentences and such you wouldn’t have seen the mention of a KitchenAid Waffle Baker giveaway and a healthier way to eat Belgian waffles. Well, that day has arrived.

First, I want talk about the waffles. Technically it’s more of a breakfast sandwich but you still get that tender waffle just without the heavy syrup. Made with white whole wheat flour, these waffles give you the added benefit of using whole wheat without that assertive flavor you often find with a regular whole wheat. But I can’t take all the credit for this one because it was actually a fellow blogger that introduced me to the idea of waffles being more than just a base for gobs of butter and syrup with her chicken ‘n waffles sandwich.

So I took an ordinary Belgian Waffle and made a masterpiece out of it by sandwiching two waffle wedges around a loaded egg white omelet.

whole wheat waffle breakfast sandwich

To make this delicious little breakfast sandwich you’ll need the help of the KitchenAid Pro Line Waffle Baker. And let me tell you, this is one kitchen appliance that you deserve to have. You may not need it, but if you love waffles, you deserve to have it because it makes the best homemade waffles I’ve ever had in my life.

The double-sided unit is designed to allow you to bake not one, but two  7-1/2″ diameter by 1-1/4″ thick grand Belgian waffles in less than five minutes.

kitchenaid waffle baker iron

On the top of the unit you’ll find a dial allows you to easily see when the baker is cool, pre-heating or ready to use. I find it particularly helpful when I’m done using the waffle baker to know when it’s cool enough to clean and put away.

The handle is quite large making it easy to grip and rotate quickly. It also remains cool to the touch during the baking process.

kitchenaid pro line waffle baker temperature

On the base of the waffle baker is a simple control panel that has a large timer display that glows blue while baking and turns red with an audible beep when the waffles are done.

kitchenaid pro line waffle baker timer

While baking I noticed condensation forming on the outside of the unit which according to the manual is completely normal.

kitchenaid waffle baker condensation

Once the timer is up, you open the unit to reveal a perfectly cooked waffle. After a dozen or so uses thus far, I’m impressed by how evenly the waffles brown every single time.

kitchenaid whole wheat waffle

My only caution if you’re considering purchasing the KitchenAid Pro Line Waffle Baker is that it’s a heavy appliance (at 25lbs) and fairly large appliance that requires storage space when not being used. Since I find myself using it often, I gave it a home on my counter top next to Pink Lady.

Ready to buy? The KitchenAid Waffle Baker is sold online through the KitchenAid store for $199.99 or you can find it on Amazon.

white whole wheat waffle omelet

Savory or Sweet, it’s up to you but I can’t decide, I love them both. The Whole Wheat Waffle Omelet can be made simply by using this white whole wheat waffle recipe and your favorite veggies in an egg white omelet. Alternatively, you can make the cherry chocolate waffle dessert recipe.

cherry chocolate belgian waffles 2

Oh! I mentioned a giveaway didn’t I? Well, here’s your chance to win the KitchenAid Pro Line Waffle Baker. Just wait for the entry form below to load and enter!

waffle baker giveaway

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Disclosure – The waffle baker featured was provided by KitchenAid. Opinions expressed are my own.

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  1. ellen says

    I love the plain kind of waffles but LOVE to top them with strawberries or cream cheese:)

  2. says

    Oh, the chocolate ones first, with strawberries on top. But, I am definitely interested in trying the savory variety too.

  3. Candice Hull says

    Chocolate chip waffles with whipped cream and chocolate chips on top! If you are going to go unhealthy, go all the way. :D I don’t eat them often.
    Thank you for the chance to win!

  4. Claudia Smigel says

    I love the plain waffles topped with Strawberries and whip cream

  5. debbie says

    I would make cinnamon spice waffles, with sauteed caramel apples on top.

  6. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says

    I love buttermilk waffles with strawberries and whipped cream!

  7. Margaret Smith says

    I love blueberry waffles with butter and maple syrup.
    Thanks so much.

  8. Lyn says

    I enjoy plain waffles with a little butter and sprinkled with powdered sugar

  9. MommaMary says

    We, as a family, don’t like anything but syrup, butter and a slice of bacon cooked right into the waffle. I usually partially precook the bacon, crumble it and sprinkle it onto the dough prior to shutting the lid.

  10. Sue Ellison says

    I do plain waffles, but put different flavors of syrup, currently stocked with pure maple, strawberry, blueberry, and boysenberry.

  11. Amber says

    Would love to make some whole wheat waffles and top with some Nutella and strawberries! Thanks so much.

  12. Earl Burbridge says

    I’d make plain old waffles with strawberries and whipped cream on them.

  13. Rebecca Orr says

    I am thinking whole wheat waffles with salted caramel sauce and some sliced banana’s and walnuts!! Yummy. bekki1820cb at gmail dot com

  14. Michelle jadaa says

    MMM whipped dream and caramel sauce or fruit salad or icecrem……i mean what doesnt go with a waffle:)

  15. Diane Sallans says

    Those Chocolate Waffles look yummy – maybe with some raspberries & whipped cream

  16. D SCHMIDT says

    I would like to make a buttermilk waffle topped with burnt brown sugar syrup and ice cream!

  17. Joy Jenkins says

    Waffles yummm…. put fresh fruit right in the batter before cooking. Then top with a few fresh pieces.

  18. Shalane says

    Oh my goodness. I definitely need to buy a waffle maker. My favorite is normal waffles topped with berries, whipped cream, and syrup. Mmmm.

  19. Cindi says

    I would make a plain waffle and then have a peanut sauce
    and chocolate; like a reese’s cup, waffle!
    Many thanks, Cindi

  20. kelly nicholson says

    Leave a comment on this blog post and tell me what type of waffle and toppings you’d like to make!

    that would be honey baby!

  21. Solducky says

    I would make maple waffles with strawberry topping!
    soluckyducky at gmail dot com

  22. Nancy Reid says

    I like to make buckwheat waffles with real maple syrup and fresh strawberries on top

  23. Addison Kat says

    I like overnight waffles with fresh strawberries, whipped cream & strawberry syrup on top!

  24. Jody Sisson says

    We make Plain Waffles topped with Strawberries and Syrup and Whipped Cream.

  25. Lori A. says

    I’d like to make some Belgian waffles with butter & syrup!
    ljatwood at gmail dot com

  26. maureen says

    Waffles with chocolate chips inside and then bananas on the top with syrup and butter melting down.

  27. says

    I would love to make whole wheat blueberry waffles or mixed fruit and I always top with sugar free syrup and Greek yogurt!

  28. April Brenay says

    I love to make chocolate chip waffles, but my hubby’s fav is blueberry wheat ;)

  29. Nicole Strunk says

    I would make Belgian Bacon Waffles with Pecan-Praline Cream I have been drooling over for a while now!

  30. says

    Oh man, I haven’t had waffles in forever! I do enjoy a good blueberry waffle topped with butter and yummy maple syrup; I’m definitely very traditional with my toppings :)

    Thank you for this awesome giveaway!

  31. Karen Gonyea says

    Love them all with fruit topping – blueberry, apple, strawberry….and a little bit of whip cream :)

  32. DeeAnn S says

    I’d like to make buttermilk waffles with a cinnamon butter topping. Thanks.

  33. Jennifer Monteiro says

    I like waffles with bacon pieces inside and topped with maple syrup.

  34. Cody says

    I would love to make a raspberry or blueberry waffle topped with a litle syrup and slivered almonds.

  35. Chrystal D says

    I’d make blueberry waffles topped with some homemade blueberry syrup. YUM!

  36. Felina M says

    I want to make gluten free waffles & serve with my homemade blueberry compote.

  37. nancy says

    blueberry waffles with real maple syrup and whipped cream


  38. Stephanie A says

    I’d love to make waffles with whipped cream, chocolate shavings and berries!

  39. Melissa says

    I’ve got a whole grain waffle recipe that is a favorite, as well as a sourdough waffle recipe that I’d like to try in this fancy waffle iron..

  40. KIM CRAWFORD says


  41. Denise B. says

    I like Belgian waffles topped with butter, strawberries, and whipped cream.

  42. Cary G says

    Well the Diabetes dictates only using a sugar-free syrup, although fresh cut fruit once in a while would be good.

  43. Amanda Valenti says

    Strawberries and whip cream please!! I haven’t eaten waffles in quite a while, until I read this post I forgot how much I used to love them!

    Thank you for the chance to win this! It would be awesome!
    Amanda V
    avalenti6936 at yahoo dot com

  44. D C says

    If I won this, there would be a lot of waffles and ice cream in my future :)

  45. sarah says

    I like “regular” waffles with lots of butter and real maple syrup.

  46. janice says

    I’d make whole wheat blueberry waffle with rum syrup, or try it with hummus, grilled chicken, and some cheese.

  47. Sara b. says

    I’d make regular waffles with whip cream and fresh raspberries.

  48. Emily says

    I’d make whole wheat waffles with homemade jam and powdered sugar as a topping.

  49. Kimberly says

    I’d like to make chocolate chip waffles with drizzled chocolate syrup and whip cream.

  50. coliebear says

    I would make blueberry waffles and put whipped cream and cinnamon on top.

  51. says

    I would love to make some sort of peanut butter waffle or a peanut butter sauce for vanilla waffles.

  52. Nissa says

    I would make whole wheat waffles with tons of berries and whipped cream!

  53. Danielle P says

    I tried chicken and waffles recently and found out it’s yummy :) That’s what I’d make.

  54. Elizabeth says

    We have chocolate chip waffles EVERY Saturday with syrup and French Vanilla Cool Whip on top!

  55. Aaron Bretveld says

    I really love the basic Belgian waffle with real maple syrup.

  56. Jasmean says

    My favorite waffles are waffles made with pecans inside with whipped cream on top.

  57. Amy Brewer says

    blueberry waffles…yummy….with fresh blueberries on top also and syrup

  58. Candice says

    I could spend weeks coming up with new ways to eat Belgium waffles. That omelette sandwich looks awesome.

  59. Hoa Le says

    I would like to make whole grain waffles with strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and vanilla yogurt.

  60. Lynnette says

    Regular waffles with peanut butter and homemade apricot-pineapple jam.

  61. Caroline says

    I like to make chocolate waffles with vanilla ice cream and strawberries.

  62. Fawn H says

    I would like to make whole wheat waffles and top them with peanut butter, strawberries and maple syrup.

  63. Heather says

    Definitely waffles with chocolate chips for the kids! Its their favorite!

  64. Brittney says

    My family loves waffles! Takes me back to my childhood, when we would go to the really nice hotel restaurant for brunch and get freshly baked waffles and topped them with syrup and whipped cream! Yum-o!

  65. Mippy says

    Whole what waffles with strawberries, raspberries or blackberries and whipped cream from a can :) Oh now i want

  66. Erin says

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE pumpkin waffles with fresh fruit and whipped cream. To die for.

  67. Joseph says

    I like to make ‘American Round Waffles’ topped with fresh buttermilk butter. But I do love Belgian Waffles sprinkled with just powdered sugar.

  68. Melissa Courtney says

    I like chocolate chip waffles with strawberries and whip cream

  69. says

    Since my kids’ favorite breakfast is plain ole waffles with peanut butter and syrup on them, that is probably what we would make the most. I want to try the Cherry Chocolate Dessert Waffles first, though!!!

  70. Ravzie says

    I make bananas foster waffles – to die for!!! The chocolate ones look good too. thanks for the giveaway!.

  71. Mary Tom Jenkins says

    Fantastic give away!!! I love waffles with fresh strawberries and cream!

  72. Hendy M says

    I would like to make a whole grain waffle topped with butter and syrup.
    hendymartin1 at yahoo dot com

  73. Keely B says

    I would make a Belgian waffle topped with lingonberry cream cheese and a caramel drizzle!

  74. sarah cool says

    id make a chocolate chip waffle with peanut butter on top and syrup :) Yum

  75. sheila musselman askins says

    love buttermilk waffles with fresh strawberries and blueberries on top!

  76. Sharon says

    I recently saw a recipe for waffles with brown sugar covered bacon, butter and syrup. I’d love to try it!

  77. Harold D says

    Blueberry waffles topped with fresh strawberries… fruity and good!

  78. Holly S. says

    I am a sucker for plain fluffy waffles with a little (or a lot) of syrup and a drizzle of molasses. Mmmmmm…
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  79. amanda roach says

    i always make rainbow color waffles topped with strawaberries bannans and whipped cream for my girls.

  80. says

    I’d make whole wheat oatmeal waffles with almonds & chocolate chips, topped with fresh strawberries!

  81. AndreaH says

    I’d love to make Chocolate Waffles with chocolate chips in it. Or strawberry waffles. Or regular waffles with a fruit mix in the middle of two waffles and topped with a whipped cream. Yum!

  82. Carmen says

    I would love to make plain Belgian waffles, topped with fresh fruit and whipped cream. Although those chocolate and cherry waffles look delish!

  83. mary fanara coleman says

    I just like my waffles with some butter and syrup…occasionally some strawberries and cream on them.

  84. Monja Blue says

    Plain waffles swimming with butter and real maple syrup for starters!

  85. Brian says

    Our favorite toppings around here are peanut butter with maple syrup, or ice cream!

  86. Tim says

    I would love to make traditional waffles — top them off with Vermont syrup and whippied cream! Yum Yum!

  87. Lisa L says

    I’d like to make chocolate chip waffles with strawberries and whipped cream. YUM!

  88. JENNI S says

    MMM Blueberries or chocolate chiops with lots and lots of syrup!!

    Thanks for an awesome giveaway!!

  89. Becca says

    Waffles are versatile, I would use a waffle top with Vanilla bean ice cream and warm praline sauce!