Waffles are believed to have originated in ancient Greece, where they were made with cheese and honey. The waffle as we know it today hails from the Middle Ages, when the flat cakes were made using a mixture of flour, eggs, and milk that was cooked in a special kind of iron pan with raised patterns. Today, waffles come in all shapes and sizes, and can be served sweet or savory.

Waffles can be a nutritious part of any meal, depending on what ingredients are used. Traditional waffles are made with flour, eggs, and milk, making them a source of carbohydrates, protein, and calcium. If you choose to top your waffles with fruit or Greek yogurt, you can also add some healthy fats and vitamins. Additionally, there are many healthier alternative recipes that replace traditional ingredients with things like oats and plant-based milks to cut down on the sugar content while still satisfying your craving for a tasty breakfast!

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