Ready in 9 hours
These waffles disappear in your mouth, are crunchy to and have great flavor. If your a waffle fan, after trying this you will not want another waffle except this one.
The batter needs to set overnight, so plan at dinner for breakfast!
"Loved how light and crispy the waffles turned out. The batter gets even better when it refrigerated for a day or two."- andreweulass
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Top-ranked recipe named "Good Night Waffles"
1. The night before (10 Minutes):
In in a bowl, I prefer a 2 cup measuring cup combine water, sugar and yeast. In mixing bowl mix milk, oil or butter, salt and flour. Once the yeast has doubled in size add it to the mixing bowl and mix thoroughly. Then let it sit overnight or for about 8 hours.
2. In the morning (10 minutes):
Plug in the waffle iron (flip one preferably)
Beat eggs well in a separate bowl then add the eggs, vanilla extract and backing powder to the the batter.
Grease waffle iron then add about 1/2 cup of batter to the iron or until the bottom is filled. It is a very water batter, that is OK. Add blueberries, chopped nuts, shaved coconuts, chocolate chips... (I prefer the first three)
3. Add whip cream and maple syrup and enjoy.
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andreweulass 1 year agoLoved how light and crispy the waffles turned out. The batter gets even better when it refrigerated for a day or two.
jayhydren 4 years agoFlip Waffle Irons work the best. Toppings in the waffles adds the best savory flavors. And invite your friends over for them! [I posted this recipe.]