This Maple Belgian Waffle Cake Lets You Have Dessert For Breakfast

May we suggest eating this with a side of fried chicken?

The day has arrived: It's officially okay to eat cake for breakfast!

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Blogger Heather Baird, of Sprinkle Bakes, created this Maple Belgian Waffle Cake and made all of your brunch dreams come true. The cake is a combination of fluffy Belgium waffles baked into three layers of maple syrup cake batter. To recreate this cake, Heather suggests using her DIY Cabin Waffle mix recipe, then adding melted butter, eggs and buttermilk to make the batter. (Don't have buttermilk on hand? Don't worry! Heather says you can substitute sour cream and whole milk.)

This cake is rich and sweet enough to go without frosting—after all, it is soaked with sticky grade B maple syrup. Rest assured, there is not shortness of sweetness in here.

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This waffle cake is the perfect dessert to serve at a birthday brunch—or for breakfast, a midday occasion, dinner... okay, anytime really! Heather says if you have time to make this cake in advance, just wrap up the layers in plastic wrap. This allows the waffle to soften up.

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For an added dose of deliciousness, try a slice of Heather's waffle cake with our recipe for classic buttermilk chicken fried chicken.

Get the Maple Belgian Waffle Cake recipe at Sprinkle Bakes.

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