Crispy Mini Waffle Maker Eggs

This quick and easy breakfast idea puts scrambled eggs to shame.


A single egg and shredded cheese toasted up in your mini waffle maker. We’ve just taken eggs to a whole new level. 

Alright, even if you don’t like eggs, you’re going to love this ultra cheesy and crispy egg waffle. It’s made with just an egg, shredded cheese, and the seasoning of your choice. The amazing thing about this simple idea is that the egg gets SUPER crispy, especially around the edges, and there’s nothing I appreciate more than toasted cheese!

This fun breakfast idea appeals to just about anyone who likes something delicious to eat in the morning, and it’s naturally low carb and keto friendly.

Top with avocado for the ultimate breakfast. 🙂

Crispy Cheesy Mini Waffle Maker Eggs | The best quick and easy breakfast idea for one person! If you're looking for simple breakfast ideas, these crispy "waffles" will change the way you feel about eggs, plus this recipe is naturally low carb and keto. So yummy!

Step 1You obviously don’t even need instructions on how to make the world’s best crispy egg waffle, but here you go anyway. Simply sprinkle a little bit of shredded cheese directly onto your hot griddle.

How to make eggs in your mini waffle maker. They get so crispy this way! My kids love them, and they are the perfect serving for one.

Step 2Next, crack an egg on top, sprinkle with a little salt and pepper, and then top with yet again MORE cheese! Hehe. 

Looking for quick and easy breakfast ideas for one person? Check out these crispy mini waffle maker eggs! Just 2 ingredients to the best breakfast, ever. Simple enough for kids to make on their own, plus they are naturally low carb.

Step 3Close the lid and allow it to toast until the automatic timer goes off. You will be amazed once you open the lid to find the most crispy egg you’ll ever eat thanks to all that mouthwatering cheese!

Crispy Mini Waffle Maker Egg Breakfast | Seriously, the best quick and easy low carb breakfast for one person! Wow, these are good, and I don't even like eggs.

Enjoy alone or with smashed avocado and hot sauce on top. YasSssS! You’re welcome.

Crispy Mini Waffle Maker Eggs

A super fun and easy breakfast idea! If you're getting tired of eating boring old scrambled or fried eggs for breakfast, you've got to try this amazing crispy and cheesy recipe! It's the perfect serving for one, and naturally low carb.
Course: Breakfast
Keyword: cheese, eggs, low carb, mini waffle maker
Servings: 1


  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup shredded cheese
  • seasoning to taste


  • Once your mini waffle maker is hot, sprinkle the griddle with half of your cheese and then crack an egg over top. Season with salt, pepper, garlic powder, or anything else you'd like. Top with more cheese and close the lid.
  • Remove the egg once the automatic timer goes off (about 3-4 minutes). Enjoy alone or with bacon, avocado, hot sauce, sour cream, or whatever you fancy in the morning.



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    Quick and easy breakfast idea for one person! This crispy and cheesy egg is so simple to make in a mini waffle maker. It's perfect for busy mornings, and easy enough for kids to make! It's also naturally low carb and keto friendly. Even if you don't like eggs, you're going to love this creative and fun way of making them. This is seriously my new favorite breakfast! I love the toasted cheese all around the edges.

    I don't even like eggs, but these crispy eggs are amazing! Thanks to the cheddar cheese, these egg waffles get super crispy. Season them however you'd like with garlic powder or pepper. This is basically a really low carb toast! Perfect for serving with avocado. My kids love making these, and they are super quick and easy for busy school mornings. If you're tired of eating fried or scambled eggs, you've got to try this little food hack for breakfast, and mini waffle makers only cost about ten bucks!


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