In large bowl, stir together the dry ingredients, make a well in the center and add the buttermilk, milk, eggs, and melted butter. mix together just until combined - don't over mix. batter should look slightly lumpy. spray the heated waffle iron with nonstick cooking spray. pour 1/2 cup of batter onto heated waffle iron. close and cook as directed by the manufacturer. serve immediately
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Waffles were really dense, not a great mouth feel. But were super easy to make and not time consuming. If need a quick recipe for after the sleepover, use this. Looking to impress guests at brunch I'd suggest keep looking. Also, no vanilla but I added my own as it's my fave part of waffles!
I used 2 cups of buttermilk instead of the mix, raw sugar and sprayed coconut oil on my griddle. The batter was of pancake consistency and smooth. Before I closed the griddle I sprinkled W/cinnamon. Top with sauted apples
I must be making different waffles. These were heavy and dense. It was like a thick quick bread mix. I added more milk to thin the batter and improve consistency. I will not make these again. Find yourself another recipe :-P
I finally found my go-to waffle recipe! I have been making waffles on Sunday mornings for sometime now and I have made many different recipes. From chocolate to real yeast Belgium waffles, I've made them all! This is the first one that the entire family agrees on! Thanks!!