The other day we decided it was a 'breakfast for dinner' kind of day so I proceeded to make waffles. As it turns out, I might be making them slightly different than most.

I fry mine in a pan.

Lemme explain.

I still make them the traditional way. I use a Belgiun waffle iron as that's what we have here. Makes them a bit thicker and more fluffy on the inside though to give it a lightly crispy shell I fry them in a shallow pan of canola oil for about 2 minutes on each side.

I promise it's nothing too fancy but this small steps basically makes them an organized funnel cake, just without the funnel. Still top with whatever you're feeling from butter and syrup or strawberries and cream. If you haven't tried it, yet, might be a fun thing to try next time.

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