Peanut Butter Swirl Brownie Waffles

Okay, I know that this isn't the healthiest thing in the world but we all need to let loose every once in a while. My soft spot is for brownies and well when I heard of brownie waffles I knew it was love. When I was up in NY visiting family my husband and I went out with some friends to eat dinner. Right next door to the restaurant was another place that served waffle brownies. I was super excited to sink my teeth into one of these babies, I thought about it throughout dinner. We finish dinner, go next door for dessert and the door is locked. I was heart broken for about a few minutes and then decided, who needs them we will make our own! So off to the grocery store we went to pick up brownie mix, caramel sauce and ice cream. Let me tell you, those babies did not disappoint.

Now speed ahead a couple of weeks and you have me sitting on the couch watching tv and out of no where I get the urge for brownie waffles! So hubby and I go into the kitchen whip up a batch of homemade brownie mix, stir in peanut butter and go to town devouring a whole batch of brownie mix. Yes I know, I am shameless but they were just that good.

These are simple to make but extremely fun to eat. I topped my brownie with mud pie ice cream, peanut butter and caramel butterscotch sauce. The brownies were a little tough to get out because they are not as sturdy as a normal waffle but all I did was flip my waffle iron upside down to get the waffle to fall out.


  • 1/2 c. margarine, melted
  • 1 c. sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 1/3 c. unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1/2 c. all-purpose flour
  • 1/4 tsp. baking powder
  • 1/4 c. peanut butter, melted
  1. In a large bowl mix together the melted butter, sugar, eggs and vanilla extract. Beat in cocoa powder, flour and baking powder. Drizzle melted peanut butter on top of batter but do not mix, it is okay that it mixes while you scoop out batter but you don't want to fully mix the peanut butter in the batter.


  2. Spray waffle iron with cooking spray. Pour batter in the waffle iron until the batter covers the pan. Close waffle iron and allow to cook 2 minutes. Top with your choice of toppings

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    17 comments:

    Debbi Does Dinner Healthy said...

    You can't show me something like this right before lunch!! Holy cow, much as I want to, I am NOT showing this to my kids! They would want er, demand this! Wow, it looks good!

    ☺lani☺ said...

    After raspberry gelato, here comes another mouth watering... I feel like eating some! Almost weekend, have one!

    April@The 21st Century Housewife said...

    What a brilliant idea! Your brownie waffles look and sound absolutely scrumptious.

    the cape on the corner said...

    oh holy moly, i want that right now! it looks deelish!

    so glad you stopped by the cape on the corner, and thanks for the comment love on my new vinyl!

    Cinnamon Girl said...

    What a positively heavenly idea! Love that you made a sundae out of it!

    Nicole Feliciano said...

    So decadent. yes, we deserve a splurge every now and then. How yummy.

    Joanne said...

    I say splurges are always necessary when they involve brownie waffles. Too few of my splurges do. These look amazing!

    Beth said...

    So beautiful! I have heard of chocolate waffles before but have never had the urge to make them. Can't wait to try this recipe! Thanks for sharing.

    Juliana said...

    Wow, so creative...brownie waffle, looks delicious...

    Pam said...

    Oh my gosh! It looks delicious and a perfect thing for chocolate and PB! I'm new here and will enjoy following you to see what's cooking next!

    Sweet and Savory said...

    I would call these naughty waffles. They are much too tempting. Would you consider adding this to My Meatless Meals. They will tempt the world.

    http://sweetsav.blogspot.com/2010/08/pan-roasted-root-vegetables-ina-garten.html

    Katie said...

    OMG! I'm in trouble now! lol... these look amazing. Too bad my husband hates chocolate... I'll have to make these the next time I entertain guest that way I don't eat them all myself!

    Sweet and Savory said...

    Came back to thank you for linking this up. I think, I get the best recipes on My Meatless Mondays and Alex shares healthy information. It is exciting to see all that good eating. Glad you are part of it.

    Jerri said...

    Oh! This looks so scrumptious!

    Thanks for joining me for Friday Favorites!

    Naturally Me Creations said...

    Oooh, this sounds delicious! I need a waffle iron!!! :D

    I've found so many delicious recipes on your blog, tnx so much for sharing 'em! :)

    david2901 said...

    What delicious looking your brownie waffles are and can’t wait to try the recipe out

    The Daily Smash said...

    This looks so good I found you on RecipesUS.com love your blog.
    Check out mine if you get time

    http://thedailysmash101.blogspot.com

    Have a great day.