Coming from the south, my parents taught me all sorts of odd recipes that aren't common yankee fare. Dad loved his johnnycakes. Just simple Jiffy cornbread mix pancakes cooked on the griddle. Johnnybread is the same as Johnnycakes, regional differences cause the name change, I suppose.
A Johnnywaffle is what you get when your stove AND oven are broken or gone, but you do have a waffle iron. :) Truth enough, I prefer the waffle variant to the cake one. Those little squares hold gravy and/or butter mighty nice!
Just make your standard cornbread recipe or use good ol' Jiffy mix and add a little extra milk to it. You don't want it quite as thin as pancake batter but thinner than the cornbread batter.
Cook em like you cook your standard pancakes or waffles and enjoy!
Make em Gluten free if that's what works for you.
Add chopped onions, jalapenos or kernel corn to make em funky.
Cheese tends to overcook and may be hard to get off your waffle iron or griddle... go ahead if you want to, you were warned. :)