The Chew: Maple Bacon Waffles + Carrot Walnut Oat Bars

The Chew March 23 2016 Recap

The hosts of The Chew were all about breakfast during their Wednesday March 23 episode! Michael Symon was joined by his favorite cookbook author, Kenji Lopez-Alt, who combines food and science to come up with incredible recipes like his Maple Bacon Waffles. Then, Daphne Oz shared a recipe for Carrot Walnut Oat Bars that are a much healthier alternative to premade protein or breakfast bars.

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The Chew: Sweet Potato & Chicken Sausage Hash Recipe

The Chew: Maple Bacon Waffles + Carrot Walnut Oat Bars

Michael Symon and Kenji Lopez-Alt prepared practically perfect Maple Bacon Waffles for breakfast! (jonathanmcintosh / Flickr)

Clinton Kelly kicked off the breakfast-themed episode by sharing a recipe for Sweet Potato and Chicken Sausage Hash. It’s hard to imagine a better way to start off your weekend than with a flavorful, hearty breakfast. This recipe will have you reaching for your cast iron skillet once again!

–> The Chew: Sweet Potato & Chicken Sausage Hash Recipe

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The Chew: Maple Bacon Waffles Recipe

Michael Symon and Kenji Lopez-Alt then paired up to prepare incredible Maple Bacon Waffles. Why serve bacon on the side when you can cook them right inside an already delicious waffle batter? Plus, if waffles really aren’t your thing, you can easily just make pancakes instead! Or, if you want to leave out the bacon, go ahead and replace it with whatever addition will warm your heart!

–> The Chew: Maple Bacon Waffles Recipe

The Chew: Caramel Walnut Babka Recipe

Carla Hall was joined by GMA meteorologist and new mom Ginger Zee, and her Dancing with the Stars partner Val Chmerkovskiy. Although Ginger admitted to having very little experience in the kitchen, she and Val were enthusiastic helpers as Carla prepared a Caramel Walnut Babka.

–> The Chew: Caramel Walnut Babka Recipe

The Chew: 160-Calorie Carrot Walnut Oat Bars Recipe

Finally, instead of biting into a protein bar loaded with more calories than a candy bar, try making your own at home! Daphne Oz shared a recipe for Carrot Walnut Oat Bars that not only taste just like carrot cake, but clock in at just 160 calories!

–> The Chew: 160-Calorie Carrot Walnut Oat Bars Recipe

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