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"Snow storm morning. All the kids were home.
The waffles were a huge hit! Folding beaten egg-white into the batter makes them really light and fluffy.
Easy to make.. We added chocolate chips too.
M: "Delicious" "really good with ice cream!"
A: "I don't want to stop eating"
W: "More please"
S: "Bookmark this recipe, it's yummy.""
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In a medium bowl, combine the flour, cornstarch, baking powder, baking soda, and salt; mix well. Add the milk, vegetable oil, egg, sugar and vanilla and mix well. Let the batter sit for 30 minutes.
Preheat a waffle iron. Do not use non-stick spray on the waffle iron; the oil in the batter will allow the waffle to release easily. Follow the directions on your waffle iron to cook the waffles. Serve immediately with butter and syrup.
This recipe was provided by professional chefs and has been scaled down from a bulk recipe provided by a restaurant. The Food Network Kitchens chefs have not tested this recipe, in the proportions indicated, and therefore, we cannot make any representation as to the results.
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Vikkizs 1 month agoMm-Mmm!! Followed 2 egg suggestion, folding in whipped egg whites - made 3 waffles in round waffle iron (3.5 min each).
arbygirl 2 months agoAmazing, if you do the fluffy egg thing & double the sugar. Don't be scared of the watery batter. I have a Belgian Waffle Maker so I needed to triple this recipe and I put 3 tbs of lemon juice in my milk for 10 mins before I mixed the recipe together, but that gives you time to separate & fluff the egg whites. My go to waffle recipe from now on.
loveheatherrr 8 months agoI've tried a couple waffle recipes before this one and none were as great as this one! The waffles were fluffy on the inside and golden brown and crispy on the outside. Perfect recipie! It made 8 waffles for me.
ChrisDeHaven 10 months agoVery good, I didnt have corn starch so I used extra flour and they were still very good.
TJs_Place 1 year agoSnow storm morning. All the kids were home. The waffles were a huge hit! Folding beaten egg-white into the batter makes them really light and fluffy. Easy to make.. We added chocolate chips too. Comments... M: 'Delicious' 'really good with ice cream!' A: 'I don't want to stop eating' W: 'More please' S: 'Bookmark this recipe, it's yummy.'
sblethen 1 year agoNOT insanely great and didn't even make 3 servings.
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Adamiak29 1 year agoI love the taste and the crisp crunch these have.
Lisameng 2 years agoEasy and filling. Only makes 1 belgium waffle..which my hubby and I shared.
JBarrette 2 years agoThese waffles weren't what I expected. They were pretty dense, which was surprising since the batter was so loose.
jefam7 3 years agoI made this recipe this morning and had a mixed experience. The first waffle didn't rise. It was flavorful and crispy where the top iron had hit it in places, but not all over because it didn't rise enough to come into full contact with the top iron. So before making any more waffles, I added an additional egg. I blended the egg yoke into the batter and whipped the egg white into stiff peaks and folded them into the batter. Once the egg white was blended, I finished making the waffles. Fantastic! The lightest, fluffiest, best tasting waffles I've ever made. And they were crispy too, crispy perfection. The recipe I have made for years is not nearly so good, though I learned the beaten egg white trick from that recipe. This will be my new favorite. Thanks for sharing it.
mlboom 4 years ago[I posted this recipe.]