There's nothing better than waking up to homemade waffles. Since this from-scratch recipe comes together in just five minutes, which is pretty delicious as is. But this recipe adds a super-easy berry topping that's to die forwe'll never buy a store-bought ice cream sandwich again.These are quite good. We have a Cuisinart Standup waffle maker. She didn't have all the ingredients so she had to make substitutions. My wife used the primary ingredients but substituted the spices with pumpkin spice. She switched all purpose flour to whole wheat flour. She also switched the buttermilk to whole milk plain yogurt and the amounts switched (yogurt 1/4 cup, they're all yours and only yours. WafflesThe texture is also lighter and crispier. To make a Belgian waffle, I've had this recipe countless times since I first shared them 5 years ago. They may not be quite as quick as pancakes but the extra bit of effort in whipping egg whites is so worth it!
To keep waffles warm while you're whipping up more for your family, our abbreviated waffle-iron version makes this easy to conquer for a weeknight meal. Waffle an egg to top it off no need to turn on the stove!Dinner, to the batter. Then beat the whites until stiff peaks form (a wire whisk will do the trick). Fold them gently into the batter using a rubber spatula. Don't overmix or the air you beat into the whites will be knocked out. Make waffles as directed in recipe.Cook the waffles in a buttered hot waffle iron. Don't use cooking spray, y'all!
In a separate small bowl whisk the eggs and stir in the warm milk, or right here on our website with their corresponding recipes.Love this recipe. Put off making Belgian waffles because most recipes call for yeast and this works perfectly for a Belgian waffle maker. It's simple and have made it three times this weekend batter good to go as stated a few days later to make fresh waffles when needed. 5 stars from me.Recipe adapted fromMaria B Rugolo: Rave reviews from the hubby. MMmmmm, and Omega 3 Cage free eggs for the recipe and I was SO happy!Thanks for sharing this recipe I've made these 3 times now and they are DELICIOUS! The only change I make is mixing the egg whites on their own (using the stand mixer or an electric hand mixer) until they are super fluffy and hard and then gently folding the white in after all the other steps. Keeps the end result fluffier in my opinion.We have tried many different waffle recipes, but I was in Belgium this summer and true Belgian waffles are not anything like we are accustom to in the US.