Which is worse, a soggy pancake or a soggy waffle?
Debate Rounds (4)
Round 2-4: Start naming reasons why one is worse than the other.
I will be taking the side of the soggy waffle being worse.
Please name at most 2 reasons for each argument.
Reason 2: Soggy waffles are more mushy than pancakes, making them taste like somebody drowned it in maple syrup.
Reason 2: Soggy pancakes are gooier than soggy waffles and taste like uncooked batter.
Reason 4: At least soggy pancakes feel like pancakes!
Now next round name your favorite way to eat waffles or pancakes.
Reason 4: Soggy pancakes are not like anything you like or want to eat
PS. "At least soggy pancakes feel like pancakes!" means it is better since pancakes are delicious and if you agree that they are like pancakes. Unless if you hate pancakes and think it is really digusting
With ice cream
Fruit-especially strawberries and blueberry syrup
whipped cream :D
Favorite ways to eat pancakes:
All of the ones above in the waffle section
maple syrup-just make sure its not too much
I don't really eat pancakes or waffles often, and when I do its not usually during breakfast.
1. Put Nutella on one side of the waffles and Peanut Butter on the other side of the waffles.
2. Banana slice (Make sure it is not thin or not thick. Just the right size)
3. Butterscotch Ice Cream or Vanilla Ice Cream (either will do)
4. Drizzle caramel syrup and then put some crushed nuts on top for crunch and saltiness (if you want)
My favourite way to eat pancakes:
1. The classis way ( Just Syrup and Butter)
I usually have my waffles that way only once or twice an year. When I do, it is like the best day ever. I call this The Choconut Cream Waffles. I have my pancakes as usual, just butter and syrup. I call it The Classic
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