How to Freeze Waffles

Did you know you can freeze waffles?

how to freeze waffles

I love breakfast foods, especially waffles. To me, waffles are a lazy man’s pancake. You pour your pancake mix into the waffle iron, close it, and wait for it to ring when it’s ready.

That’s it! It means no hovering over the stovetop or the griddle, or watching the batter to see when you have to flip it. And sometimes you make the mistake of doing too many things at once, and some pancakes burn (not that I would know anything about that). So I love to have waffles for breakfast on those days where I can’t seem to shake off the sleepiness.

I know if you are anything like me, then most of the time you are dragging your kids out of bed and prodding them to get ready for school, and I’m sleepy, too! MOMables is here to make that morning process just a bit easier! With our menu planning and our massive recipe index, you have everything you need!

My secret to having waffles on those days is that I actually raid my freezer stash. I am not a morning person, and sometimes even pouring the batter into the waffle iron is too much. I just dive into my freezer stash and reheat the waffles. I can then enjoy a few moments with my coffee, and breakfast is done!

I usually use a freezer-safe bag to store my waffles. My waffle iron can make four waffles at a time, and I can fit 8 waffles in a gallon-size freezer bag. I squeeze out as much air as possible and double-bag the waffles in order to prevent freezer burn. To help my waffles cool faster, I let them cool on a wire rack.

Need to know how to easily grease your waffle iron? Check out this post HERE.

How to Freeze Waffles

how to freeze waffles
  • Author: MOMables.com
  • Category: Breakfast

Ingredients

  • Your favorite waffle mix
  • Waffle iron
  • Parchment paper
  • Baking sheet
  • Freezer-safe bag or container
  • Permanent marker

Instructions

  1. Cook the waffles and allow them to fully cool down.
  2. Place the waffles on a parchment paper–lined baking sheet.
  3. Put the baking sheet into the freezer until the waffles are fully frozen, for about 2 hours.
  4. Once the waffles are frozen, place them in a freezer-safe bag or container.
  5. Use a permanent marker to label the freezer bag or container.
  6. When reheating the waffles, you can use the microwave, toaster, or oven to reheat and enjoy.

Notes

Waffles can stay in the freezer for up to 3 months.
MOM Tip: If you’re using a freezer-safe bag to store the waffles, try to squeeze out as much air as possible in order to prevent freezer burn. Also, using two bags helps as well.

 

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About Michelle

Michelle is married to her college sweetheart David and together they have a beautiful daughter and a cute puppy. She has a love for baking, breakfast foods and presenting her daughter’s lunch in creative ways. In her personal blog, Creative Food, she shares fun and creative bentos and lunches that she makes for her daughter.