Buckeye Waffle Pops
Buckeye Waffle Pops are perfectly portable chocolate peanut butter mini waffles on a stick. Enjoy them for breakfast, dessert, or a tailgate party! These mini chocolate waffle pops are oozing with peanut butter. Drizzle with chocolate and more peanut butter before topping with your favorite candy and sprinkles for an irresistible treat. This is a sponsored recipe on behalf of the Ohio Poultry Association.
Buckeye Waffle Pops
Waffle pops are great when you need a portable snack or dessert. No plates or serving utensils are needed for this peanut butter buckeye dessert!
The gooey peanut butter inside makes these waffles on a stick extra special.
The trick to success when it comes to stuffed waffle pops is freezing the stuffing beforehand so that it doesn’t leak out while you are baking the waffles.
We had the most success when freezing dollops of peanut butter on large craft sticks before placing them onto the waffle iron. Watch the video to see how we placed a bit of brownie batter down first, followed by the peanut butter stick, and finally more brownie batter.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Waffles
Buckeye-stuffed waffle pops just aren’t complete without a chocolate and peanut butter drizzle!
We topped ours with sprinkles and mini buckeye candies. If you cannot find mini buckeyes you can use chopped Resee’s cups or make your own Buckeye Bark.
Brownie Batter Waffles
This recipe starts with a simple boxed brownie mix. To the brownie mix add 1/2 cup of oil and 4 eggs.
If you do not have a mini waffle iron, you can use a standard-size waffle iron. Prepare as directed and break apart into sections when finished baking (If your waffle iron has 4 sections you will have 4 sticks sticking out of the waffle iron when it is closed).
Large capacity Belgium waffle irons will take more batter per waffle and require 3-5 minutes of cooking time.
Buckeye Waffle Pops
- 1/2 cup peanut butter
- 1 box brownie mix
- 4 large eggs
- 1/3 cup vegetable oil
- 1/2 cup chocolate, melted
- 1/2 cup peanut butter-flavored chocolate, melted
- candy and sprinkles, optional
- waffle iron
Prepare Peanut Butter
- PLACE a dollop of peanut butter onto large food-safe craft sticks. FREEZE until firm.
- PREHEAT waffle iron.
- WHISK together brownie mix, eggs, and oil until just combined.
- SPRAY waffle iron with non-stick cooking spray.
- POUR 1 Tablespoon of brownie batter onto the waffle iron. PLACE frozen peanut butter stick onto the batter and COVER with 2 Tablespoons of batter.
- CLOSE the lid and COOK through (approximately 2 minutes).
- COOL waffle pops completely.
- MELT chocolate and peanut butter-flavored chocolate.
- DRIZZLE waffle pops with chocolate and TOP with candy and sprinkles.
- You may use a chocolate cake mix, but the finished product will be a bit more flimsy than those made with brownie mix.
- Peanut butter-flavored chocolate discs can be found online and in craft stores where cake and candy-making supplies are sold.
- If you do not have a mini waffle iron, you can use a standard-size waffle iron. Prepare as directed and break apart into sections when finished baking (If your waffle iron has 4 sections you will have 4 sticks sticking out of the waffle iron when it is closed).
- Large capacity Belgium waffle irons will take more batter per waffle and require 3-5 minutes of cooking time.
More Buckeye Recipes
Try our Peanut Butter Filled Buckeye Cupcakes for a delicious stuffed cupcake your guests will rave about.
Get adventurous this winter with our fantastic Buckeye Eggnog.
You have options with Peanut Butter M&M Bark for those with allergies try our Biscoff Bark.
Of all the Buckeye recipes at Ohio Eggs our Cake Mix Cookie Bars are a fan-favorite!
Visit www.OhioEggs.com and follow the Ohio Poultry Association on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube for more egg recipes and learn about egg nutrition and egg safety tips.
One Comment on “Buckeye Waffle Pops”
Wow!!! These waffles are a huge hit at my house!