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Jaffles really are just amazing – they are so easy to make, and you can fill them with sweet or savoury ingredients, and enjoy them for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!

With so many options of fillings, it sometimes is difficult to know where to start. To help you make some quick and easy, yet delicious, jaffles at home here are the best jaffle fillings to try!

Jaffle Fillings

The Best Jaffle Fillings To Try!

Many of these jaffles can be made with leftover dinner from the night before, so if you are wanting to try any, why not cook up the meal the night before, and then use leftovers to make jaffles the next day – it really does take the effort out of preparing a meal!

Cheesy Bolognese Jaffles

A big pot of Bolognese can go really far, and if you want to skip having pasta again, then use the Bolognese to make a delicious waffle.

You could also buy ready-made Bolognese if you don’t want to go through the effort of making your own!

  1. Prepare the bread as you would normally for jaffles
  2. Lay down some sliced cheese on the bread
  3. Layer with Bolognese sauce
  4. Place the bread in the jaffle maker until ready

Easy as that, you will have delicious cheesy Bolognese jaffles to enjoy for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

Baked Bean, Cheese, Ham And Shallot Jaffle

What is better than a good ol’ baked bean jaffle? If this is a favourite of yours, you will love the combination of the baked beans, cheese, ham, and shallots. It seems simple, but the ingredients all go great together and make an incredible jaffle.

  1. Prepare the bread as you would normally for jaffles
  2. Mix chopped ham, baked beans, grated cheese, and sliced shallots in a bowl together
  3. Spoon the mixture onto each sandwich
  4. Place the bread in the jaffle maker until ready

Simple and easy to make, but full of those classic flavours everyone loves!

Apple Pie Jaffles

When your sweet tooth is calling, an apple pie jaffle might be what you need to hit the spot!

This takes a small amount of effort to prepare, but it is so worth it.

You will need:

  • 2 cups canned pie sliced apples
  • ¼ cup sultanas
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  • Pinch of allspice
  • 8 slices of bread
  • Maple syrup for drizzling
  • Thickened cream

Here is how you put it all together:

  1. Prepare the bread as you would normally for jaffles
  2. Combine the apple slices, sultanas, a pinch of allspice, and cinnamon in a bowl
  3. Divide the mixture onto the top of 4 slices of bread, and then top with the remaining slices
  4. Cook the jaffles in the jaffle maker until done
  5. While cooking, whip up the thickened cream until soft peaks form
  6. Serve the jaffles warm, drizzled with the maple syrup, and with the cream on the side

Bacon Mac N’ Cheese Jaffle

For when you really feel like being creative with your leftover mac n’ cheese, make a jaffle!

Mac n’ cheese is a family favourite, and you can enjoy it the next day without feeling like you are making the same meal twice.

  1. Prepare the bread as you would normally for jaffles
  2. Spread leftover mac n’ cheese over the bread, and top with leftover slices
  3. Cook the jaffles in batches in the jaffle maker
  4. Serve with some tomato sauce for dipping and a green salad

This makes the ideal lunch on a weekend when you want something tasty but without much effort!

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