Waffly Versatile Birds Eye Potato Waffles

Birds Eye Potato Waffles are Waffly Versatile 

What with our affinity for frozen fish and our clean-cut captain, it can be easy to overlook the humble potato waffle. Birds Eye Potato Waffles are what we like to call Waffly Versatile; they’re the perfect partner for just about anything you’re serving up at tea time, lunch or even breakfast. Our waffle recipe is low in saturated fat; made using real potatoes and is gluten free as well as vegan friendly. Plus, our frozen potato waffles have been a staple of family meals since 1981, making them as rich in history as they are in goodness. Who said comfort food had to be bad for you?
That’s right, starting off in 1981, we’ve come a long way from our Original Potato Waffles. Whether you want to keep it original or use our Mini Potato Waffles, perfect for dipping during a relaxed dinner with the family, we’ve got the Waffle for you.
To demonstrate just how versatile this staple and classic food is, we’ve rounded up a selection of recipes you can use potato waffles in for every meal of the day, so meal times are quick, delicious and nutritious.



Boiled Egg with Waffle Soldiers

Eggs and soldiers are a cracking way to start the day for the whole family, but have you ever considered upping your soldier game and using potato waffles instead of bread? Eggstremely easy and deliciously tasty, these potato soldiers are a fun and tasty alternative to the standard toast accompaniment. This classic dish doesn’t need anything adding apart from maybe a dusting of salt and pepper.

Waffles, Bacon and Egg

Gone are the days of hash browns, the new go-to breakfast staple is potato waffles. This recipe is perfect on a lazy weekend – simply top your waffles with bacon and eggs, then drizzle with ketchup or brown sauce. Gently fry some mushrooms and grill a tomato on the side for the full fry up experience; this is one the whole family will love you for.



Potato Waffle with Avocado & Poached Egg

Adding the comfort aspect to food since 1981, our potato waffles add a fantastic, comforting base to this modern breakfast food trend. This is a simple but impressive and tasty brunch recipe – add whichever toppings you want, be it chilli flakes or ketchup. If you’re looking to make a vegan friendly potato waffles recipe, you could simply remove the egg and season the avocado however you fancy.


This is a fantastic low fat and nutritious option, as well as being delicious and filling; topped with chunks of tuna and a squeeze of lemon juice, then scattered with basil leaves and fresh chives. What’s more, with only 284 calories per serving, this is a fantastic option for anyone eating under 500 calorie meals. Even if not – this is one all-rounder of a dish.

Mushrooms on a Waffle

This quick and easy to make recipe is the ultimate comfort food dish: earthy mushrooms cooked in garlic and basil, piled on warm, toasty waffles. This is great for breakfast, brunch or lunch.



Pulled Pork topped Waffles

This waffily good pulled pork recipe is sure to be a crowd pleaser, with the delicious flavours of succulent BBQ pulled pork, loaded on top of a Potato Waffle. You could even place the two waffles on top of each other with the pork in the middle to create a pulled pork sandwich.

Waffle Bean Chilli

Instead of having your chilli with plain rice, why not layer it on top of a waffle or two? This adds an even more comforting base to the dish, which, full of fresh vegetables and beans, is sure to be as tasty as it is nourishing.


OK, OK, we’ll stop waffling on. We hope we’ve given you a fitting introduction to one of our most loved products, and a waffle lot of inspiration when it comes to meal times. We wanted to show you just how flexible Birds Eye Potato Waffles can be as an ingredient, whether you’re cooking a lazy breakfast for the family, a quick midweek dinner or lunch for a friend. As they’re also gluten free and far quicker to prepare than potatoes from scratch, these are a perfect option for anyone with gluten sensitivity. Keep your meal times Waffly Versatile with Birds Eye Potato Waffles.