Prep time: 5 mins Bake time: 5 mins
) Using a stand mixer or electric hand mixer, beat the whipped cream and cream cheese and sugar together until light and fluffy, set in fridge to chill.
) In a large mixing bowl, combine the cake mix with the eggs, milk and vegetable oil or butter.
) Heat waffle iron to medium heat. When hot (when a few drops of water sizzle), pour some cake mix onto the waffle iron and close. Let cook for about 1 minute until cooked through, and then gently remove from waffle maker. Repeat until all cake batter is used, or desired number of waffles achieved.
) To serve, plate waffles, add a dollop of whipped cream cheese, sprinkle some walnuts and drizzle generously with maple syrup.
Hi! I'm Aleshia, a small town Italian girl living in Toronto. I'm totally, crazy, madly in love with food - every different kind, but specifically Italian food - pasta sauce flows through my veins! I spend my free time eating, reading recipes, learning about food photography and techniques, and making homemade pasta. This recipe is a play on the classic fluffy carrot cake we all love that's studded with walnuts, and topped with a thick layer of cream cheese icing. It comes together unbelievably quickly, thanks to the waffle iron, which makes it perfect for hosting a fun brunch (and makes extra whipped cream cheese for snacking). Also, you can't say no to a recipe that gives you an excuse to eat cake for breakfast (like you really need one). I think I i deserve to win since my recipe goes above and beyond all of the requirements: it's quick and easy - something even kids could help out with on a Sunday morning, looks and tastes delicious, and it can also be used with a number of the other Betty Crocker mixes - it's totally versatile and I think it will inspire your customers to pick up box and try it themselves!