Red velvet cake has given us such wonderful flavors and dessert options. The chocolatey cake with cream cheese frosting and that hint of red (or smack across the face of red) is both alluring and delicious. So, why not make them into a breakfast or brunch food? Decadence.
As with most things in life, the trick to these babies isn't in what's in them, but how they look. You've got to add a whole lot of red food coloring (pretty much a whole little squirt bottle unless you're using gel coloring) and to make them perfect for a heart-shaped waffler like this beauty from Cucina Pro, you have to add enough batter to fill the spaces or else you end up giving the love of your life (or morning) an incompletely gesture of your affection with a misshapen heart. So, feel free to double this batch of batter to leave room for errors. The weird-looking waffles will save well in a bag in the freezer for whenever you want to pull them out and throw them in the toaster at a later date when perfectly shaped waffles aren't crucial.
Full recipe: lavendermagazine.com/our-homes/recipe-red-velvet-waffles-for-two/