Savory Cranberry Breaded Shrimp and Waffles

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To make these fun appetizers you’ll need the following ingredients:

•Gortons Breaded Butterfly Shrimp

•frozen mini waffles

•cream cheese


•red bell pepper


•whole berry cranberry sauce

(Use entire box of breaded shrimp for this recipe)

Cook shrimp according to instructions.

While the shrimp is baking, you can make the glaze to pour over the cooked shrimp. Take 1 tablespoon of agave and half a can of whole cranberries then mixed them together. Set aside to pour over the shrimp once its done cooking. Let the cranberry glaze settle into the shrimp before placing the pieces on top of the waffles.

To make the cream cheese mixture take one medium-sized jalapeño and red bell pepper then dice to add into softened cream cheese. Also, add a dash of garlic powder for seasoning.

Toast mini waffles then cut them apart. Let them cool before spreading the cream cheese mixture over them.

After placing the breaded shrimp on top of the waffles you can use any leftover glaze to drizzle over the top if you prefer.

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In my latest Today Show #ParentingTeam post, I share a glimpse of the unexpected events that unfolded a month ago and how I’m truly thankful to the surgeon, nurses, and rest of the medical staff for being with my daughter when it wasn’t possible for me to be.

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