Monday, February 3, 2014

Best Waffles Ever

Waffles are probably my new favorite breakfast (maybe even lunch/dinner) food I have started making. But one thing I always hated about waffles is that they seemed bland until you dumped a bottle of syrup on them with a stick of butter. I tried making chocolate waffles, but I wasn't a huge fan (me not liking something chocolatey??). Anyways so I started experimenting, and a few batches of waffles later, my most simple experiment is my favorite!!

2 cups Flour
1 tsp Salt
4 tsp Baking Powder
2 TBL Sugar
2 Eggs
1 1/2 cup Milk
1/3 cup Butter Melted
1 tsp Vanilla
1 tsp Ground Cinnamon

This recipe will make 6 waffles.

First mix all the dry ingredients. Add in the eggs and milk. Let the butter cool for a minute and then stir that in. Cook following the instructions for your waffle iron.

Now, since I have made this several times, I have figured out a few tip and tricks. Pre-mix your dry ingredients. One night I sat down and made about 4 bags of "waffle mix" of just the dry ingredients, and on the outside I wrote the list of the wet ingredients that needed to be added. This made things so much easier!! My husband also liked that so when I was gone he could make them himself. Also these waffles freeze PERFECTLY! I use all of the batter and then store the rest in my freezer in a big tupperware. And my husband liked that even more that the tip I mentioned before because all he had to do was pop them in the toaster. It's so great!


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