Chocolate Chip Cookie Waffles

Hey nap time friends! Today we are excited to have Courtney from Sweet C’s Designs sharing a delicious chocolate chip cookie waffle recipe with us. Yummy! Can’t wait to try this one!!



Hey guys! I’m Courtney from Sweet C’s Designs, and I am here to share one of my favorite tips ever with you- how to turn cookie mix into waffles! Today I am making Chocolate Chip Cookie Waffles that are so sweet, fluffy, and delicious you won’t ever think of using regular old waffle mix again!

I’m using a gluten free cookie mix, but any boxed cookie mix will do.



First, dump your cookie mix into a bowl, and gather the ingredients listed on the box.


Next, determine what you will need to modify your cookie mix ingredients into a waffle friendly batter.

-double the amount of eggs (this will give the waffles an airy and light texture). If your cookie mix does not call for eggs, add 2.

-melt the butter/margarine listed, or use an equal amount of oil instead of butter

-add up to 2 tbsp water to thin.


Add in melted butter/oil in to cookie mix first, and incorporate well. Add eggs, vanilla (if your mix calls for it), and any other required ingredients. Next, slowly add water into your mix a little bit at a time until it is thin like a pancake mix instead of thick like a cookie.

Pour batter into a hot waffle iron. I don’t grease mine because it is nonstick- but if you normally have to grease your waffle iron, be sure to generously grease it for this recipe.



I have a Cuisinart Waffle Maker and it beeps when the waffles are done- if yours doesn’t, check them after about 5 minutes. When they are slightly browned and are springy to the touch, they are done.

While regular waffle mix is a little thicker and easier to lift up, these will be slightly more fragile. Instead of using skewers like I usually do to lift out waffles, you’ll want to use a fork and lift it from the underside of the waffle, being careful to support it and not tear it.

To make them even more delicious, top with Nutella or Homemade Hazelnut Spread and a dollop of butter and eat while warm.




These are perfect for a sinfully sweet breakfast, or topped with ice cream for dessert! You could also add in crushed candy, nuts or fruit to make your own perfect combination!


Courtney is the stay at home mommy behind Sweet C’s Designs, a blog devoted to recipes, crafts, photography tips, parenting, and all things simple and sweet. Her son recently battled some extreme stomach issues which cleared up by eliminating gluten from his diet- and she has since become an avid creator of deliciously sinful gluten free recipes!





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Hi, it’s me…Coleen! I grew up in northern California. I am the second of four children. I went to college at Chico State where I met and married the love of my life 10 years ago. We have two wonderful, amazing, loving children! I am a bit of a crazy bike rider/barefoot runner! My favorite past time is to go for a run…barefoot! I am passionate about design!! I have been an independent creative consultant for 6 years. Someday I will travel the world and speak 7 different languages. Life is so good!

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  1. Sarah posted on July 17, 2013 at 8:03 am (#

    Hey, Jamielyn. Just wanted to let you know I nominated you for a Versatile Blogger Award. I love reading your blog. Swing by my blog to check it out.


  2. gina posted on July 17, 2013 at 10:04 am (#

    I am scared to make anythign but waffles in a waffle maker – I tried the cinnamon buns in the waffle maker which came out to die for!!! and then had to throw away the waffle maker – I couldnt get it clean!!! So, how in the world do you clean a waffle maker or does yours have removeable plates??


    • Jamielyn replied on July 17th, 2013 at 4:46 pm

      There are a few cleaning tricks that always work for me! First, don’t clean your waffle iron when its hot, you can wipe it down when it is warm, but if it is hot, I’ve heard it could ruin it. When the waffle iron is almost cooled, I just cover the surface with damp paper towels and close the lid and the steam helps it come off. Then you can use the paper towels to clean out all the crevices. Or if that doesn’t work you could use an old clean toothbrush to scrub it a little bit! Hope that helps! :)


  3. Kristi posted on July 17, 2013 at 10:50 am (#

    Omg… these look amazing.


  4. Kristin @ Yellow Bliss Road posted on July 17, 2013 at 1:34 pm (#

    Oh these look yummy Courtney! Gonna have to try this out!!


  5. bettijo @ posted on July 17, 2013 at 6:05 pm (#

    those look AMAZING!


  6. Skye posted on July 19, 2013 at 1:47 pm (#

    I made a version of these and loved them! The kids did too :P Would you mind if I link to this on my blog?


  7. Melanie York-Barrett posted on August 1, 2013 at 11:55 am (#

    I started a wheat-free lifestyle back I’m April and my husband & step-daughter just joined me so I am always looking for inspiration and new recipes! Thank you! Can’t wait to try them!


  8. Anne @ afvallen posted on September 10, 2013 at 5:37 am (#

    These wafles really look delecious! Good job Courtney!


  9. Sharon Forakis posted on October 26, 2014 at 10:07 pm (#

    I don’t have any cookie mix, is there a recipe to make this from scratch! Thanks, they look good!


    • Jamielyn replied on October 29th, 2014 at 1:21 am

      Hi Sharon! I’ve seen some recipes like this on pinterest, maybe search for chocolate chip cookie waffles and there will be one from scratch! :)