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What do you put on waffles?

Waffle Toppings   22 members have voted

  1. 1. What do YOU put?

    • Syrup
      8
    • Jam/jelly and or whip cream in some form
      7
    • Spikes
      7

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I just had a really random thought about waffles:

Am I weird for putting Jam and whip cream on? Or do other people do that? So that's why this exists.

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I put Pancakes on my waffles, then take the waffle away

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Syrup. They have pockets for it, after all.

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13 minutes ago, Turtle373 said:

I put Pancakes on my waffles, then take the waffle away

This is angering...

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1 minute ago, Truthless of Shinovar said:

This is angering...

Why? cause you know my way is better?

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Jam, preferably homemade, with some powdered sugar. Best way to eat waffles.

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All of them

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Who doesn't put delicious spikes on their waffles?

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1 hour ago, Rebecca said:

Jam, preferably homemade, with some powdered sugar. Best way to eat waffles.

*hasn’t made jam in too long*

 

3 minutes ago, ShardShaper said:

Who doesn't put delicious spikes on their waffles?

Not me!

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I spike the syrup into the waffle. 

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Spikes, of course. I don't eat any grain product without spikes.

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If I can, I always put strawberries and whipped cream on my waffles. 

I don't like syrup all that much. 

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19 hours ago, Rebecca said:

Jam, preferably homemade, with some powdered sugar. Best way to eat waffles.

Truly divine!

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Often syrup, but they're also great plain.

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35 minutes ago, not an Evil Librarian said:

Syrup and whipped cream!

Are you sure you aren't an evil liebrarian? :)

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20 minutes ago, Mushroom Catalog said:

Are you sure you aren't an evil liebrarian? :)

What? NO! 

*starts sweating*

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Aha! I've found you! I will... uh... What are you supposed to do with an evil liebrarian? I don't actually know. I guess... I will steal your library card!

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I put Nutella on one waffle, strawberry or raspberry jam on another, then sandwich the two together. (It works with peanut butter too, instead of Nutella, but that’s boring.;))

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That's quite the concoction! Lift would be proud, except these are waffles, not pancakes. Also, it sounds really good and now I want to try it.

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If you go the jam n cream route, I would recommend finishing it with a second waffle on top. 

You now have a wafflewich.

You're welcome. 

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On 5/13/2019 at 8:14 PM, Zelly said:

If you go the jam n cream route, I would recommend finishing it with a second waffle on top. 

You now have a wafflewich.

You're welcome. 

...and then keep stacking the waffles until you have a waffle cake.

Not a pancake, but an actual cake.;)

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Posted (edited)

I just made the votes even...

I am boring and do peanut butter and syrup, but the people don't know that I also add a nice spike to the top too.

Edited by Ghanderflaffle
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