This recipe produces light, crisp, slightly moist, seriously delicious waffles. 'Nuff said.
-From Better Homes and Gardens Recipes
6439 people marked it a Favorite, 3844 people marked it a TryYield: 3 Ready in 20 minutes
jeremycottle2366 , 1 years agosubbed coconut oil for canola, and added a little sugar and vanilla. nice.
Rukiya54 , 1 years agoEasy! Excellent! The best and can not compare to any box mix anywhere on the planet!
DoodMa , 1 years agoGood waffles but it needs vanilla and some sugar
Debbie1710 , 1 years agoLove them they come out perfect!! Best waffle recipe I've tried
Jkrewson , 1 years ago
marvin2992 , 1 years agowe didn't like it
Lifeischange , 1 years agoI love this recipe! They are so light and fluffy you could eat 2!
ssjj , 1 years agoVery good......my kids weren't big fans but I loved them!
wolfbud8679 , 1 years agoVery good! A lot better than last time! Its better with vanilla and cinnamon
aljunge , 1 years ago
vwbug405 , 1 years agoMade a great waffle. Light and crispy. I used melted butter in place of the canola oil. Great flavor. Even without the addition of sugar it was not to sweet but not bland either. Give these a try.
1Chefarmiller , 1 years agoThe only waffle batter we use. Easy to make and the taste is great!
LindenTree , 1 years agoI have been using this recipe for over 30 years. I love it, it takes time to separate eggs And beat the egg whites, but it's totally worth it. You get waffles that are crisp on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside.
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M81john , 1 years agoGotta say, these were awesome. They are best eaten as soon as they are ready.
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foodtogo , 1 years ago
tcann , 1 years agoDeeeeelicious! No leftovers with this recipe :-)
xinto_3 , 1 years agoThey're not bad but I could really taste the oil in these. Maybe use butter instead? Nice color and texture. Added vanilla. They were also a bit bland, maybe sugar?
cookimonsta , 1 years agoReally good not like my dads but still good