I decided after spending the last several weekends at the mountain, I was ready for a weekend at home. When I go to Big Bear, it’s about a three hour drive, which means we get up before dawn on Saturday to head up there for the weekend. Whenever we stay home, it reminds me how much I love to sleep in. While sleeping in for me used to mean until 11 or 12, now it is usually 9am, followed by some lounging around before I actually decide to get up and make breakfast. Since we stayed home this weekend, I thought we needed to make a good breakfast. If you use a cake mix to make waffles, does that still qualify as breakfast?
While I am a pancake lover, my boyfriend is more of a waffle lover. I can’t say I ate these waffles for breakfast though. Let’s face it; these S’mores Red Velvet Waffle Stacks may be more of a dessert than a breakfast. These waffles are made with a cake mix and smothered in marshmallow fluff, chocolate fudge sauce and graham crackers. In all honesty, you might only need a half stack of these waffles because they are SO rich, but hey who am I to judge if you eat a full stack!
Instead of using just marshmallow fluff from the jar, I decided to create a marshmallow fluff frosting for these stacks. My second recommendation would be to use my favorite homemade marshmallow frosting from Lauren at Climbing Grier mountain. I used her frosting to make these Rice Krispie Treat S’mores, which are fabulous!
I also made some quick and easy chocolate shavings using Candiquik Candy coating. I melted some Candiquik in the microwaved and spread it on my non-stick baking sheet . I set it in the fridge to harden for a few minutes and then rolled the baking sheet to create the shavings. Nothing better than a quick and easy garnish.
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- 1 Box Red velvet cake mix
- Ingredients list on the box (eggs, oil, milk)
- *substitute water for milk
- ½ C (1 sticker) Unsalted butter
- 1 Jar (7oz) Marshmallow fluff
- 1 C Powdered sugar
- ½ tsp Vanilla extract
- 1 tbsp Heavy whipped cream
- Hot fudge sauce
- Graham crackers
- Chocolate shavings (optional)
- Pre-heat waffle maker according to instructions.
- Mix red velvet cake mix according to box instructions. Substitute the water for milk.
- Coat waffle maker with cooking spray. Fill waffle maker with designated amount of batter and bake according to waffle cooking instructions. Allow to cool slightly.
- Prepare the marshmallow fluff by microwaving the butter for 10-15 seconds just until softened.
- Combine the softened butter and marshmallow fluff in a mixing bowl and beat on medium-high speed until completely smooth.
- Add powdered sugar and mix on medium speed. Fluff will become very thick. Add heavy whipping cream and vanilla extract and increase speed to medium-high. Whip for a couple minutes until smooth.
- If fluff is too thick, add additional heavy whipping cream 1 teaspoon at a time. If too thin, add additional powdered sugar.
- Assemble the stacks with a waffle at the bottom topped with a dollop of marshmallow fluff. Crush a quarter of a graham cracker and drizzle with hot fudge sauce. Repeat 3 times. Top with chocolate shavings if desired.
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