Waffle Cake

Waffle Cake

Homemade waffles are a breakfast favorite in our house. We invested in a waffle iron quite a few years ago and it never ceases to excite my kids when they smell fresh waffles cooking on a Saturday morning!

One of my favorite waffle recipes is a simple combination of Bisquick baking mix, egg, oil and club soda. Recently, to give it a little more pizazz, I substituted the club soda for Black Cherry Zevia and added some rainbow sprinkles. Zevia is a naturally sweetened, zero calorie, non GMO, sugar free soda. The hint of black cherry flavor in the waffles was delicious!

They were so fluffy and charming, my mind was spinning with other recipes and creations I could make with these delightful little treats.



  • 1 can Zevia Black Cherry soda (or soda of choice)
  • 4 cups bisquick
  • 1 cup oil
  • 2 egg
  • 2 cans whip cream
  • 1 cup buttercream icing


1. Preheat waffle iron to medium heat.

2. In a large mixing bowl combine Bisquick, oil, eggs and Zevia soda until combined. The carbonation in the soda may fizz a bit but it will calm down!

3. Fold in rainbow sprinkles.

4. Using a 1 c measuring cup, scoop about 2 cups batter onto hot waffle iron. Cook about 3 minutes. (Each waffle iron is a little different so amount of batter used and cook times may vary)

5. Remove waffle from iron and place on cooling rack for about 10 minutes. Repeat with remaining batter.

6. Make 1/2 batch buttercream icing following recipe card below.

Assembling the cake:
1. Place waffle on cake stand or desired serving piece. Cover top with whip cream.
2. Place 2nd waffle on top. Cover top with whip cream.
3. Repeat with 3rd and 4th waffles.
4. Melt 1 cup buttercream icing in microwave on low power for 25 seconds. Stir well. Add 2 tbls milk and stir until well blended. The milk will want to separate but keep stirring!!

5. Using a disposable pastry bag, fill bag with melted icing. Trim tip of icing bag about 1 cm from end.

6. Working from the outer edges of the top of the waffle cake, begin drizzling icing down sides. After all sides have been drizzled, fill top with remaining icing.

7. Top cake with either a scoop of buttercream icing or a large clump of whip cream.

8. Decorate with sprinkles, candles, gumballs and colorful chocolates.

I love this so much. Can’t wait to make it!

- Miami Food Network -

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