A few weeks back, weￂﾠcaught a picture of someone's ingenious idea of popping leftover pizza into a waffle iron, essentially making a true-to-form pizza waffle.
The idea got us thinking that you could apply this trick to a lot of leftovers, from turning soggy burgers into crispy waffle buns to transforming wet soft tacos into hot, gooey waffle tacos.
So, we got to rummaging through the fridge, swooping up anything we could find. Since it was the Foodbeast office fridge we were pillaging, we had cold pizza and everything from a day-oldￂﾠMcDonald's Double Cheeseburger to a Taco Bell Chicken Gordita on deck. Don't judge us.
From there, we proceeded to test how these things fared when put through the waffle iron. Check out the spoils of our labor:ￂﾠ
Waffle Double Cheeseburger, McDonald's
Waffle Chicken Gordita, Taco Bell
Pizza Waffles, Local Pizza Shop
Previous to this food experiment, we were strong believers in the next-day cold pizza theory. We thought that pizza tasted best in leftover form, finding a beauty in cold pizza dipped in ranch. However, after sticking a folded slice of pie into the waffle iron and having a piping hot, super crunchy, melty, DIY pepperoni calzone come out, our faith's been shaken. From now on, waffle-pressed may be the only way we ever eat (leftover) pizzas.