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Or more specifically, “Reese’s Waffle Sundae”

Oh, don’t deny it. The dining hall’s are all about showing off. If you’re not carrying the latest apparel J.Crew or can’t prove that you have a different colored Longchamp bag for every day of the week, then try making your own waffle sundae that will make your table-mates drool with envy. Available only on Thursdays and Sundays at Dewick.

1.      Put 1 scoop of chocolate chips into a waffle batter cup

2.      Top the chocolate chips with waffle batter and mix with the back of a knife

3.      Make waffle according to waffle-maker instructions

4.      Spread peanut butter on top of your chocolate-chip waffle

5.      Add vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt

6.      Top with hot fudge, whipped cream, chopped walnuts and a few more chocolate chips

– Rachel Adelsberger

3 Comments Post a comment
  1. Christopher Snyder #

    For what it’s worth, one of the waffle maker instructions is don’t mix anything into the waffle batter. Your recipe’s Step 2 directly violates its Step 3.

    November 4, 2010
  2. whatsthesalary
    I’ll say this: I’m glad I happened onto this post!

    April 11, 2012
  3. Leila, class of... a while ago #

    This is beautiful. Has anyone tried it with Reese’s Pieces?

    September 4, 2012

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