Tuna Fish Waffle

Tuna Fish Waffle Recipe

I posted a very very long time ago about smoked salmon waffles.  Smoked salmon waffles will always be one of my favorite savory waffles.  That being said, I have been enjoying tuna fish waffles. Tuna fish waffles are cheaper and just as good.


Though I won’t deny I probably have more tuna fish than the average person because it’s all I eat at work..it’s easy, it’s portable and it doesn’t take a lot of time to prepare.  Oh, and there is also the fact that I love tuna fish right now so that could always play a role…So when tuna fish sandwiches become boring, try a tuna fish waffle.

As far as waffle recipes go though the tuna finish waffle will probably be one of the most balanced recipes I create. The tuna fish waffle has carbs from flour, fat from eggs, oil and cheese and protein from the fish.

Random tidbit and yet another reason why this is good.  The tuna fish waffle that you are like…hmmm should probably only pull it out for impressive cooking purposes.  Well, you should because it is pretty “foodie” (in my awkward opinion…moving on).

Tuna Fish Waffle Ingredients:

2/3 cup flour (all-purpose flour, almond flour)

1 egg

1 tsp oil

1 can of tuna fish

¼ cup feta cheese

1 can of tuna fish

½ cup water (milk or almond milk)

Seasonings I used for Tuna Fish Waffle: Italian, some seafood medley and a hint of red pepper for a kick.  I add more red pepper then a lot of people, so that’s that.

Tuna Fish Waffle Recipe:

  1. Preheat a waffle maker
  2. Mix all dry ingredients together in a large bowl
  3. Add wet ingredients together and mix in a separate mixing medium bowl.
  4. Add dry ingredients to the wet ingredients.
  5. Pour waffle batter into waffle iron and cook until golden brown.
  6. After cooked, put on a plate and add a layer of melted butter, maple syrup, greek yogurt, and tuna fish.

And there you have it.  The Tuna Fish Waffle is delicious, nutritious, suspicious (that’s fictitious) waffle.

Questions for you:

Do you eat tuna fish?  What is your favorite canned meat? Have you tried a tuna fish waffle? 


  1. Love tuna, but moreso in the form of sushi. I like the canned stuff but I have to be in the mood for it.

    I eat weird things for breakfast all the time. Leftovers galore.

  2. lol I was obsessed with the tuna fish packets last year, until I found the salmon packets. But I don’t have them as often as I would like because a few of my friends hate the smell… O well! Loving the balance and I love that you use the real ingredients! You are my kind of foodie 😉

  3. Suspicious, haha 😀 I’m a little hesitant to make this, but it sounds pretty savory. Do you top it with anything or does the tuna on top good enough?

    1. I topped with just the tuna fish personally. I bet syrup would be a pretty interesting combination but I’m sure it would either be love it or grossest thing of my life deal. Ha!

  4. I am a huge fan of salmon! I still have yet to try a lox anything, so I need to get my ass in the game. I don’t really go too interesting for breakfast, I usually keep things pretty simple. I couldn’t imagine eating a waffle with tuna, but I guess you can’t knock it till you try it, right?!

  5. I do like tuna fish, it is super easy. Growing up my dad would make tuna melts all the time and those were like gold. This waffle looks interesting for sure. I am not a waffle maker my any means / have no waffle iron BUT the combo doesn’t sound half bad! Tuna is the only canned meat I go after. Occasionally chicken but I prefer to just cook it myself!

  6. I love your rhyming skills hahaha.

    I love me some tuna fish, too! This recipe makes me think of chicken and waffles. So tuna and waffles, why not?!

  7. Mmmm, I don’t remember the last time I’ve had tuna. I usually eat it in the form of sushi, but I’ve been feeling the spicy salmon avocado roll lately, so tuna’s been pushed to the back burner.

  8. have you ever paired tuna with sweet potato? the sweetness kind of calms down the iiccckk of the tuna. I made sweet tato tuna burger yesterday. goes good with cajun seasoning or hot sauce.

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