Top-ranked recipe named "Belgian Waffle Batter"
Yummy Waffles. Topped with Maple-Blueberry Sauce and a little whipped topping these are good enough to be dessert as well as breakfast!
"Recipe makes 8 waffles on a 4 square belgian waffle maker.Turn this into Egg Nog waffles by substituting 1 cup of Egg Nog for 1 cup of the milk.While not as excellent as fresh cooked, these freeze fairly decently. Do best heated up in a toaster oven, microwave makes them a bit chewy, but my son doesn't mind. He really chows these down, at least 2 per serving and he's 4 (I think he has a hollow leg). =)"
Sift together flour, sugar, baking powder and salt.
In a bowl, beat the egg yolks, add milk and vegetable oil, and vanilla mix and then add the sifted dry ingredients.
In a small bowl, beat the egg whites to a thick foam and add them gently to your preparation. Your batter is ready. Cook your waffles following the instructions of your waffle maker.
Serve waffles hot, immediately after cooking with butter, syrup, honey or jam, top with fresh fruits or try with Maple Blueberry sauce. YUMMY.
Recipe makes 8 waffles on a 4 square belgian waffle maker. 1 serving = 2 sections.
Turn this into Egg Nog waffles by substituting 1 cup of Egg Nog for 1 cup of the milk.
While not as excellent as fresh cooked, these freeze fairly decently. Do best heated up in a toaster oven, microwave makes them a bit chewy, but my son doesn't mind. He really chows these down, at least 2 per serving and he's 4 (I think he has a hollow leg). =)
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rhondagod 3 months agoI like these a lot and to find a Belgium style waffle without all of the butter is great because health is always a concern.
susanrm 1 year agoI've made these now several times. They are so good! And even with four hungry people, we have leftovers. To make them more natural and also vegan, I use organic einkorn flour instead of all-purpose flour. I also use about a teaspoon of stevia powder instead of sugar and almond milk instead of milk. For the eggs, I mash 1/2 regular banana for one egg, and then in a separate bowl, mix 3 tsp water, 3 tsp vegetable oil, and 2 tsp baking powder. This mix is fizzy and makes the waffles almost as fluffy as the beaten egg whites do. It substitutes for 2 eggs. Then I add some blueberries at the end before placing in the waffle maker. Yum! As the batter is a bit sticky, I find it helps to spray even non-stick irons with spray oil.
Pollyb2 1 year ago
dad2rbty 1 year agoThis was so easy to make and the family loved them.
Jet92107 2 years agoLight and fluffy. Recipe makes exactly 5 waffles on a round waffle maker so I'd recommend changing the 'serving #' on the recipe. I was nervous to use the whole recipe for '16 servings' but glad I did or we would not have had enough.
Nikkilynn747 2 years ago
amyroeder 2 years agoWe loved these waffles! I subbed brown sugar and added a 1/4 t. of pumpkin spice this time. Just to change it up a little. Turned out great!
ldefenbaugh 2 years agoBy far the best waffles we've ever made in our waffle maker. I was able to make my husband's soft, and mine crispy. Love it!
Ajibilian 2 years agoBarely better than bisquick! Don't bother. Not crisp, no flavor.
BossHam 2 years agoMade these waffles for Sunday breakfast and they were wonderful! So fluffy and cooked perfectly in my waffle maker. They had the perfect amount of sweetness that was not overwhelming, a must try!