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Why Just Have Grits When You Can Have WAFFLE MAKER GRITS?

Growing up in North Carolina, Grits was a staple food in our house.  It was never just a breakfast side dish.  Grits can go with everything.  I love my grits.  Today, we decided to see if my beloved grits could be WAFFLED!  I’m here to tell you, YES THEY CAN!   Want to express your southern side in a new way?  Be sure and try this recipe!

WAFFLE MAKER GRITS

To make our  Waffle Maker Grits, it is a two phase process.  First you will use a crock pot to slow cook your grits overnight.

Phase 1:  Slow Cook Grits in Crock Pot


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Ingredients Stone-Ground Grits – 2 Cups Melted Butter – 1/2 Cup Kosher Salt – 1 Tbsp Water – 6 Cups

Directions 1.  Stir together all of the above ingredients in crock pot 2.  Cover and Cook on LOW for 8 hours 3.  Your grits will look like this in the crock pot when done.  Stir just before serving

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Phase 2:  Waffled Grits


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Ingredients: The ingredients are endless for this section.  Here is what we used. Overnight Slow Cooked Grits – approx 2 cups Gruyere Cheese – approx 1/2 cup Ham – approx 1/2 cup Cheddar Cheese – approx 1/2 cup Melted Butter Non Stick Spray

Directions: 1.  Preheat waffle iron to medium-high. 2.  Stir together your slow cooked grips with first 3 ingredients (Prepared Grips, Gruyere & Ham) 3.  Spray hot waffle generously with non stick spray 4.  Place about 3/4 cup of grits mixture onto waffle iron. 5.  Close and cook 4 1/2 minutes or until grits are golden and crisp.

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Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner is Served

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