This one did not disappoint! Loaded BBQ Cornbread Waffles were a huge hit with my family!
Believe it or not, this meal was actually made of mostly leftovers from a party we had over the weekend.
I love the challenge of dressing up leftovers in fun and creative ways.
My husband smoked a whole pork shoulder for 10 hours in his beloved Traeger over the weekend.
We also had some leftover slaw.
One dish I am famous for in my family (ok, that may be an overdramatic statement) is Chicken and Waffles, so I thought cornbread mix in the waffle maker would equal a delicious twist.
Leftover shredded chicken would work with this dish too.
How to make Loaded BBQ Cornbread Waffles
I mixed this gorgeous smoked pork with some BBQ sauce and warmed it up a bit.
Just look at that smoke ring around the edges…good job, honey!
I used a box of honey cornbread mix, prepared it according to the package directions.
But instead of baking it, I poured a giant spoonful into my waffle maker.
This is a square waffle maker, but I wanted round so I poured it in the center to create the most perfectly imperfect cornbread waffle there ever was 🙂
Once the waffle was cooked to golden brown, crispy deliciousness I topped it with the BBQ pulled pork.
And some crunchy veggie slaw.
Dig in to these Loaded BBQ Cornbread Waffles with a fork and enjoy!
I had even more leftovers and made BBQ Loaded Potato Chips as well…SO Yummy!
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If you don’t have leftover pulled pork to put on loaded bbq cornbread waffles…
Slow Cooker BBQ Pork is an excellent option
Or this Simple Shredded Chicken
You might also like Pork Carnitas Tostadas.
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Loaded BBQ Cornbread Waffles
A creative way to enjoy leftover BBQ
- 4 cups pulled pork (or chicken)
- 1 cup bbq sauce
- 1 box honey cornbread mix
- additional ingredients according to package directions for cornbread
- 2 cups prepared coleslaw or veggie slaw
Mix the pulled pork and BBQ sauce, set aside.
Mix the cornbread according to the package directions. Pour the batter into a waffle maker. Cook 3-4 minutes per batch.
Top the cornbread waffles with pulled pork and slaw. Serve with additional BBQ sauce on the side if desired.
Note: See post above for BBQ Loaded Potato Chips using the same ingredients on potato chips.