The Best Ways to Top Frozen Waffles, According to You

Frozen waffles are like a blank breakfast canvas just waiting to become a beautiful delicious work of art. And while up until this point I have only really ventured as far as having toaster waffles with syrup or butter or peanut butter, I am aware that there is an entire world of topping options out there just waiting to be discovered. So we took to X (formerly Twitter) to ask you, the people of the internet, “What are you putting on your frozen waffles besides butter and syrup?” And hooooooooo boi did we learn a LOT here today. Here is a list of the best ways to top frozen waffles, according to you.

The Melty Reese’s Cup

Hear me out…peanut butter and then chocolate chips. Then wrap in tinfoil and heat in the oven for 2 minutes —@steerbaby001

I have done peanut butter for sure but I realized just now that I could have been adding melty chocolate chips this whole time. Thank you, @steerbaby001, for opening my eyes to the possibilities.

Related: An Updated Ranking of the Best Peanut Butter

The Caramel Delight

Dulce de leche —@gbiluch87

This is the guy Stroopwafel’s girl tells him not to worry about. Stroopwafel wishes it could be this.

Related: The Best Caramel Sauce

The Toaster Waffle Cone

Ice cream. If it’s just vanilla ice cream, then some sort of sauce or berry compote as well. —@AndrewRG89

I want this right the heck now. And I also want it for breakfast. And also I want this most times of day, let’s be real.

Related: The Best Vanilla Ice Cream

The Fruits and Nuts

Peanut butter, jelly and bananas or Nutella, peanut butter and bananas! —@robdefrance

Literally any peanut butter and jelly combo on a waffle sounds absolutely divine.

Related: The Best Grape Jelly for Your Next PB&J

The Floof

I used to take two waffles and put a few marshmallows between them, microwave it, and eat it like that. —@thelifeofet

I feel like this would taste like a toasty, sugary cloud, and I am here for it. I imagined the texture this would have for one second and then immediately added marshmallows to my grocery list.

Related: The Best Marshmallows for S’mores (and More)

The Leslie Knope

Chocolate syrup and whipped cream —@CedeKay94

Yes. I want it. With an entire can of whipped cream the way the good Leslie Knope intended.

Related: The Best Whipped Cream

The Charcutewaffle

Strawberry jam and a nice sharp cheddar —@TeaBooks_Elsie
I would have literally never thought of doing this, but you best believe I will be doing this momentarily.

Related: The Best Shredded Cheddar Cheese

The Chocolate Covered Strawb

Nutella and fresh strawberries. It always hits the right spot. —@K_Scarpetta

Chocolate and strawberries. It’s a classic for a reason and there is absolutely zero chance adding waffles makes it worse.
The Chicken N’ Waffles

Chicken and white gravy —@DigitalHabetler

I mean of course people do this. I don’t know why I didn’t think of it before! Plus, you could use some frozen chicken tendies and turn this into a whole chicken and waffle taco situation. Ugh, I’m salivating.

Related: The 9 Best Frozen Chicken Tenders

About the Author

Jessica Block

Jessica Block is a freelance contributor to Sporked, a comedian, a baker, a food writer, and a firm believer that Trader Joe's may just be the happiest place on earth. She loves spicy snacks, Oreos, baking bread, teeny tiny avocados, and trying new foods whenever she can. Also, if you give her a bag of Takis she will be your best friend.

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