Grandma's Waffles

Grandma's Waffles

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10 review(s) averaging 4.2. 90% would make again

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"I didn't follow this recipe exactly, as I used Soy Milk instead of cow's milk or buttermilk and I used Extra Virgin Olive Oil instead of vegetable oil.

This recipe is a great, basic and easy to make recipe and I make it often. I play with it every now and then. The last batch I made, I added two tablespoons of pure honey. Yum!

I usually make a double batch of these and freeze them; the kids love them for breakfast. They're delicious and easy to make!"


Ingredients

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3 cups white flour
2 cups milk; or substitute 1 cup Buttermilk
3 Egg
1/2 cup Sugar
3 tablespoon Vegetable oil
1/4 teaspoon Salt
3 teaspoons Baking Powder

Original recipe makes 12

Servings  

Preparation

Combine all ingredients EXCEPT Baking Powder. Beat until smooth. Slowly add Baking Powder while mixing continuously.

Pour into waffle maker and bake at Med-High heat until golden brown.. Excellent with Chicken and Gravy..

Notes

On my gas range, 1 1/2 dots above "MED". 1/2 cup per waffle.

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Verified by stevemur

excellent recipe, thanks for sharing, CCheryl
CCheryl

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I bought a cuisinart 'griddler' last month & since then have been trying various waffle recipes. So far this one is the winner. I used 1 cup 2% and 1 cup buttermilk. I was a little heavy handed with the sugar :) and added a teaspoon of vanilla, a personal preference. They came out light and fluffly, and when cooked for 4 minutes they were nicely browned and a little crispy. The flavor was a little eggy, which I liked. I ate mine with butter only, and they were yummy.
jillofspeed 3 weeks ago

Great recipe to experiment flavors with. I used the basic part of the recipe and added some vanilla and cinnamon. It was good and the kids loved it. I also tried the honey. Easy recipe to use.
lilcountrycook 1 year ago

Should have made it 1 cup of oil
Soleye 2 years ago

Should have added half a cup of sugar
Soleye 2 years ago

I didn't follow this recipe exactly, as I used Soy Milk instead of cow's milk or buttermilk and I used Extra Virgin Olive Oil instead of vegetable oil. This recipe is a great, basic and easy to make recipe and I make it often. I play with it every now and then. The last batch I made, I added two tablespoons of pure honey. Yum! I usually make a double batch of these and freeze them; the kids love them for breakfast. They're delicious and easy to make!
JKRojahn 3 years ago

charlesroberts 3 years ago

I too used buttermilk and 2%. They were very good with the chicken and gravy recipe
diogie 3 years ago

If we followed every recipe to the letter we would not ever have good food we can enjoy because were not the same they were good and I added a little vanilla to mine with farm fresh eggs came out delicious and fluffy one cup of buttermilk with one cup of 2%
Scrimbaby 3 years ago

These waffles were heavy and tasteless... Batter was way too thick and just didn't work.
cleverknc 5 years ago

On my gas range, 1 1/2 dots above 'MED'. 1/2 cup per waffle. [I posted this recipe.]
forgray 10 years ago

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