Amazing Copycat Waffle House Cheese Eggs

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Waffle House Cheese Eggs

Copycat Waffle House cheese eggs only require three ingredients and make an amazingly delicious, yet simple breakfast. This recipe is a must-try and is great for any occasion, and for home cooks of all skill levels. 

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Copycat Waffle House Cheese Eggs

Copycat Waffle House cheese eggs are surprisingly easy to make and super delicious! When I first tried making these copycat cheese eggs, I was amazed at how simple, yet delicious they were to make! While these only require a few basic ingredients, the result is unforgettably tasty. Once you know how to make these easy and delicious eggs, you will never want to go back to basic eggs ever again. 

You Will Need

To make your own copycat waffle house cheese eggs you will need the following ingredients. 

Eggs
American Cheese
Butter
Salt and pepper

Eggs

The eggs you are going to want to use can be of any kind as long as they are basic, normal eggs. Our copycat recipe is for one serving, however, you can add as many eggs as you wish, to enjoy more servings. 

American Cheese

American cheese is the best kind of cheese to use for your copycat Waffle House cheese eggs. While there are many different types of American cheese you can use, my favorite kind is the melty cheese that comes in slices that are individually wrapped. Because this kind of cheese is naturally melty, it makes the best cheese to cook into your eggs. 

Butter

Although oil may be used in place of butter, the best results for this recipe are obtained by using butter. When you use butter, it helps to enhance the overall flavor of your eggs, making them taste epically delicious. 

Waffle House cheese eggs

Tips & Tricks 

A few of our tips and tricks to make your eggs turn out the best they possibly can are covered below. We have found that there are three main keys to help your eggs turn out amazing. 

Butter is Key. Using butter is of the utmost importance when it comes to making copycat Waffle House cheese eggs recipe. When you begin, start out by melting butter in your pan. Using butter helps your eggs have extra fluffiness and enhances the eggs’ overall flavors. 

How to Scramble. When making scrambled eggs, it can be difficult to tell when to start scrambling the eggs, and how to tell how much you should move them around. The best practice is to be gentle when scrambling your eggs, and begin once they start to turn white. 

Perfection in the Making. These copycat eggs are literally delicious perfection in the making. As you try to make your own copycat eggs at home, check out our quick video to see exactly how we made ours. Then try making some on your own, and let us know what you think! 

The Secret To Perfect Fluffy Scrambled Eggs Might SHOCK You…

Now, let’s look at what all you need to make these game-changing eggs at home. Then we will explore the steps that it takes to prepare them. 

Waffle House Cheese Eggs Recipe

Ingredients:

2 Eggs
1 Slices American cheese
1 ½ Tbsp butter

Directions:

Step 1

Place a small skillet over medium-low heat. Then add your butter and allow it to melt.

Step 2

Once your butter is melty, add your slice of cheese into the pan. Gently stir it around as it melts. 

Step 3

When the cheese is slightly melted, add your eggs to the pan. Allow them to cook, stirring occasionally until they reach your level of preferred doneness. 

Waffle House Nutrition Info & Calories

We estimate that this recipe contains 348 calories per serving. We also estimate that this recipe contains 31.3g total fat, 390mg cholesterol, 512mg sodium, 2.3g carbohydrate, 15.1g protein. 

Perfect Scrambled Eggs

This copycat recipe makes pretty much perfect scrambled eggs. To understand, you will just have to try out this recipe and see what you think about them. 

Waffle House Breakfast Wannabe

Making your own delicious copycat version of Waffle House cheese eggs allows you to make your own wannabe Waffle House tasty breakfast right in the comfort of your own house. Not only can you make their delicious cheese eggs, but there are many other dishes you could try having with your eggs as well. A few other ideas are below for you. 

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Other Waffle House Recipes

Waffle House has a ton of breakfast foods. Although our favorite is the cheese egg recipe we shared above, there are a few more ideas for you as well. With these ideas you can have fun experimenting with them, to add more variety to your breakfast. 

Steak & Eggs

A classic and yet simple breakfast or even dinner recipe for you to try is steak and eggs. We would suggest trying to pair steak with the delicious egg recipe above. 

Waffle House Omelets

Waffle house omelets are another favorite. It is said that they use a milkshake blender to whip the raw eggs, which makes the omelets so light and fluffy. Making homemade omelets are another easy, recipe you can try out. Simply whip up your eggs in a blender, and pair them with your favorite vegetables, and fold in your favorite cheese. So good! 

Waffle Breakfast Sandwiches Recipe

Waffle breakfast sandwiches are similar, yet different than your average breakfast sandwich. Your average breakfast sandwich is typically made on an English muffin, a bagel, or a biscuit. This breakfast sandwich is made using a waffle, then sandwiching an egg and cheese in the center to make the Egg and Cheese Waffle Sandwich.

Bacon, Cheesy Eggs and Waffle Sandwich

To make the bacon, cheesy egg and waffle sandwich, at home, you can simply prepare a boxed waffle mix according to the box instructions. Then prepare the eggs as stated above, and fry bacon. Then layer them together to form an unforgettable sandwich. 

Keto Egg And Cheese Chaffle

A chaffle is a waffle that is made using only eggs and cheese, which makes this food keto friendly. To make a chaffle, in a waffle iron, you will first need to preheat your waffle iron. Then in a mixing bowl, whisk your 2 eggs and 1 cup cheese together. Spray your warm iron with cooking spray and then pour ¼ of your mixture into the waffle iron, if you are using a large iron, pour ½ of the mixture in. Cook for 2-3 minutes, or until it turns golden brown. Serve immediately and enjoy. 

Copycat Waffle House Hashbrowns

Making hash browns at home can be a simple process if you have a griddle. You will first want to shred your potatoes, then spray your cooking surface with cooking spray. Add your hashbrowns and cook on each side until they turn golden brown. 

Copycat Waffle House Hashbrown Bowls

You can also try making your own hashbrown bowls. To make these, you will prepare your hashbrowns as instructed in the section above, then prepare the above recipe for cheese eggs as well. In a separate pan, fry some ground sausage, or crumble up cooked sausage patties. Then assemble it all in a bowl by layering hash browns in the bottom, top with a slice of melty cheese if desired, add your cheese eggs, and top off with your cooked sausage. Feel free to take this idea and make it your own, by adapting it to fit your tastes.  

Waffle House Egg And Spinach Scramble

You can make a copycat version of Waffle House’s egg and spinach scramble by preparing the above cheese egg recipe. Only before you add your eggs, try adding spinach to your melted cheese and allowing it to cook down for a few moments, before adding your eggs. Feel free to improvise off of our suggested idea. 

Waffle House Sausage And Mushroom Mix

To make a copycat version of Waffle House’s sausage and mushroom mix, you will start by cooking turkey sausage in a skillet over medium-low heat. Cook until it is finely cooked, add mushrooms that have been chopped very fine. You may also add finely chopped celery if desired. Add salt and pepper to season if desired. Cook until ground turkey begins to brown. Serve and enjoy! 

Pecan Waffles

To make copycat pecan waffles, you can take your prepared waffle batter and warm your waffle iron. Then once it is warmed, spray your cooking spray. Crush 2 Tbsp of pecans and sprinkle them on the iron. Add your waffle batter and cook according to your box instructions. 

Waffle House Chili

To make a copycat version of Waffle House’s chili, you will begin by browning sausage, hamburger and onions in a large soup pan. Once browned, add in canned pinto beans that are not drained. Next add canned tomato sauce, and rinse the can, pouring the rinse water in your pot as well. Add beef bouillon cubes that are dissolved in ¼ cup water to your pan. Season with salt, pepper, sugar, garlic powder, chili powder, oregano, and cumin if desired. Mix and allow to come to a simmer. Simmer over low heat for about 20 minutes, before you serve and enjoy. 

Baked Garlic Cheese Grits

To make garlic cheese grits, you will want to start by preheating your oven to 350°F. Then in a saucepan, add 3 cups chicken broth, 1/8 tsp garlic powder, salt, and pepper, and bring it to a boil. Stir in 1 cup of grits and whisk until combined. Turn your heat to low and simmer for about 8 minutes. Add in 8oz cheddar cheese that has been cubed, ¼ cup milk, ¼ cup butter, and 2 eggs. Mix until combined. Pour into your greased casserole and bake for 30-40 minutes, or until your casserole is set. 

Waffle House Cheese Eggs

Out of all the different Waffle House recipe ideas, our favorite by far is the cheese egg recipe. This recipe is so great because it has flavors unlike any other egg recipe and is also super easy to make. This is a great breakfast for mornings, no matter if you are on the run, or taking your time to get up and around. 

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Waffle House Cheese Eggs FAQs

Do you add milk to scrambled eggs?

For these scrambled eggs, we do not recommend that you add milk. In this case, milk tends to dilute the overall flavoring and does not increase the fluffiness. 

What Can you Serve with Cheese Eggs?

There are many different things you can serve with this copycat Waffle House cheese eggs recipe. While you could pair these eggs with pancakes, toast, waffles, bacon, or hashbrowns. Some of our other recipes that go well with these eggs are Copycat Bob Evans BiscuitsCopycat McDonalds Biscuits and Gravy, and our delicious recipe for Blueberry Muffin Shots.

What does Waffle House put in their eggs?

Waffle House does not appear to add anything additional to their eggs, as far as we are able to determine. It appears like their eggs are basic eggs, cheese, and butter. 

Waffle House Restaurant Copycat Recipes: Cheese Eggs

Let’s be honest, not everyone has a lot of time to make delicious foods. No matter if you are new to cooking, lead a very busy life, or even if you are a cooking pro, this recipe is perfect for everyone. This recipe is great because it requires very little time and ingredients, yet you still get a delicious breakfast or brunch when you finish making it. 

Recipe(tried): Waffle House Cheesy Eggs

I have never been the best at cooking eggs, then I am often disappointed because they don’t turn out to be the best. When I first tried this recipe, I was very surprised at the burst of flavor combinations as well as how easy it was to get them to turn out great. One thing I will note is that I preferred my eggs to cook so that they were well done, and no runny yolks remained. If you prefer your eggs to still be partly runny, then you won’t need to cook them as long. 

Waffle House Cheese Eggs

Copycat Waffle House cheese eggs are loaded with a burst of flavor combinations and are very easy to make. There are only three ingredients needed to make this amazing recipe. Give it a try today and let us know what you think about it! 

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