I will never use another waffle recipe again!
I put all the ingredients into a blender to mix and baked beautiful, light and crisp waffles. I even used all whole wheat flour, and they were sti Good recipe, especially because I could make it the night before. I changed it slightly, separating the eggs and whipping the whites until they were light and fluffy before I mixed in the rest My kids and husband loved them. They are nice and light and taste good. EASY to make. About the review that said they have to much baking soda--oops.
The recipe Hard to find such a fluffy light recipe using whole wheat flour but this is it! Just be sure to whisk well before using again. You may also use whole wheat flour for this recipe.
Save to favorites. Added to shopping list. Go to shopping list. Prep 5 m Cook 15 m Ready In 20 m Preheat waffle iron. Beat eggs in large bowl with hand beater until fluffy. Beat in flour, milk, vegetable oil, sugar, baking powder, salt and vanilla, just until smooth. Spray preheated waffle iron with non-stick cooking spray. Pour mix onto hot waffle iron. Cook until golden brown.
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Although, they were a bit chewy -- any thoughts on why that would be? I did use soy milk instead of milk in the recipe, but I don't think that should affect it. A bit late in replying but it's possible you over mixed the wet and dry ingredients together. Waffle and pancake mix should be mixed until just combined lumps are ok or else you end up with chewy waffles and pancakes! I hope you've had better luck with them since! Am wondering what sort of waffle iron you use?
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I've tried to purge teflon from my home, and all of the waffle irons I've seen are made of Teflon. Any ideas??? This is the waffle iron I use and I love it! These were soooooooooooooooooooooooo good!!! A big hit with my super picky 14 month old! These were awesome! I used whole wheat ground my own and flax instead of all purpose flour. The kids and hubby loved them. The only problem is there wasn't enough.
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Two kids 2 and 6 ate most of them so we just got a taste. Will double the recipe next time. Thanks for a great recipe! Thank you!!!
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We just bought a waffle maker and my son requests waffles every AM so I'm using a mix. This is so much healthier and he adores bananas. I am going to have to start doubling the recipe if we ever hope to have enough leftovers to freeze. And I was going to make Belgian waffles and banana waffles.
As I start to make the Belgian waffles, I realize they take over an hour prep time. HI Catherine, These are our favorite waffles. I started making them this morning have all of the ingredients and realize I don't have eggs. Is there anything you know of that could be a substitute? You can use 1 tbsp of flax seed powder plus 3 tbsp of water to equal one egg.
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I have heard that bananas are a great egg replacement, but I haven't tried to leave out the egg in this recipe. These are so great! My toddler will not eat eggs, plain pancakes, or plain waffles my breakfast ideas are getting pretty slim. He loves these and it is a great feeling as a parent to find healthy food that our children will love! I made this batter this morning and used for pancakes as I don't have a waffle maker.
It was delicious. Thanks for the recipe. So I lucked into a waffle maker for cheap and this recipe was awesome and simple. I did some variations due to my dietary lifestyle. I did half and half of the flour mixture and almond milk to cut back on the cals. Also, I am diabetic so I used splenda. The waffles came out nice and fluffly regardless.
Will use again. I made these this morning, and while delicious and a hit with my 18 mth old: , they were really dense and chewy. I barely stirred the batter so I don't think I overmixed Any advice on where I went wrong? What is the consistency of the batter supposed to be like? Thanks so much! Tried these out for my munchkins! Added some Choc chips for Saturday fun!
Added 1 c of water to thin out the batter and it seemed to really help the texture! Loved it! So I know it's recommended not to feed honey to infants under one but it is okay when it's cooked in something like this recipe?