Scrambled Egg Waffles

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Eggs are a staple in our breakfast routine. 

However, these fun Scrambled Egg Waffles were created amidst a “brinner” night. 

Who’s ready to learn how to make scrambled eggs in a new way? 

A birds eye view of a stack of scrambled egg waffles next to a waffle iron.

Waffles are typically a breakfast favorite. However, we most often have waffles for dinner. When my creativity and energy is waning, I opt for easy dinners and easy dinners call for breakfast items and my trusty waffle maker

There is nothing easier to prepare than waffles, pancakes, baked oatmeal, scrambled eggs, frittatas, fresh fruit, or a yogurt parfait. Breakfast foods always win!  

Protein, check. Carbs, check. Veggies and fruit, check. Viola!

Pouring a cheesy egg mixture in a waffle iron.

I think finding new ways to package tried-and-true recipes is super fun. While I can eat the same foods over and over again and still be happy as a clam, the kiddos tend to need a little more variety. Little do they know, it’s usually the same recipe, just presented in a different way

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Enter these Scrambled Egg Waffles. Do you know the 4 simple ingredients in this recipe are the same ingredients I use to make scrambled eggs?

Yep, I’m pretty much killin’ at this mommin’ thang. 😉 

Ha! Totally joking. I really have no idea what I am doing. 

PS…Try adding these cooked ready made egg waffles to school lunch boxes! 

A close up of scrambled egg waffles in the waffle maker.

I will be honest and tell you that I don’t always add cheese to our regular scrambled eggs recipe, but I highly recommend it in this one.

The reason is, these egg waffles will shrink down to a wonky shape without the added stability of the cheese. These egg waffles will keep their waffly shape with the help of the cheese. 

Can we just take a moment and marvel at the word I just made up, “waffly”?

I’m pretty sure Webster’s is going to be adding it to their dictionary any year now. 😉 

Fluffy clean eating egg waffles stacked on a blue plate.

I am so excited to share this latest recipe with your family! I hope you enjoy this healthy and fun egg recipe with a warm batch of regular waffles because can you ever have too many waffles on a plate? 

The answer is no. No you can’t. 🙂 Enjoy this awesome recipe, friends! 

Scrambled Egg Waffles

Try scrambled eggs in a new way! If you have a waffle maker and love low carb and clean eating breakfast or brinner ideas this one's for you. Add any seasonings you like and just like that you have a fun new way to eat your cheesy eggs recipe. These healthy and fluffy waffles can be made into a sandwich with bacon or sautéed veggies in between.
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time4 minutes
Total Time9 minutes
Course: Breakfast, Main Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: breakfast, brinner, brunch, eggs, gluten free, scrambled eggs, shredded cheese, waffles
Servings: 2 servings
Calories: 195kcal
Cost: $1.00



  • 4 eggs
  • 1/4 cup shredded cheese
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/8 tsp black pepper


  • Whisk together all ingredients in a medium-sized bowl.
  • Pour scrambled egg mixture into preheated waffle maker. DO NOT over fill or you will have an eggy mess! Close lid and allow to cook.
  • Waffles are done when waffle maker stops steaming and the waffles are a light golden brown.


Use any seasonings you choose! This recipe is just a starter, add in your own favorite seasonings or use your favorite scrambled egg mixture. I have a homemade seasoning that I use on my eggs that is delicious in this recipe.


Calories: 195kcal


  1. Are you kidding me?? Wow, I can’t wait to try this!

  2. Is there something that I can substitute for the cheese? I can’t have dairy.

    • Hi Chris, great question! You can leave the cheese out of the recipe and still end up with egg waffles. However, the waffles will not retain their shape as well once they are removed from the waffle maker. They are just as delicious, just not as pretty. 😉 Enjoy!

  3. These sound great! Will be making these this weekend! Thank you for the recipe!
    Stopping by from the Homesteader Hop!

  4. Mmm, brinner! It’s one of my favorites. I’m also with you on being able to eat the same favorites over and over again – for actual breakfast I’ve had the same thing almost every day for two years!

    • Hey Natasha! Yes, I eat one of two things for breakfast: sauteed veggies and eggs or a chocolate shake. Sometimes I get crazy and make some banana and egg pancakes but that is like twice/year. LOL

  5. I am going to try this in the morning. Can’t wait to see my hubby’s reaction.

  6. Sammi, I’m a big time “brinner” girl! And this clever way of making and serving scrambled eggs is going to be a huge hit!

  7. Yes! to Brinner. It’s a lifesaver. These waffles look fantastic. Thanks for sharing!

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