Love the ease of frozen waffles? Well, we do too. But there's no Egos in our freezer. I make waffles ahead and freeze them. My husband loves to toast them up for breakfast. When I am going to be in the kitchen for a while, I whip up a batch of waffles. As I'm cleaning up or cooking something else, I can get a batch of waffles done to freeze at the same time. Most recipes I have no clue where we've gotten the recipe from, as I tend to adapt and memorize the recipe, forgetting the source. But this one is adapted from my husband's schooling at the Culinary Institute of America. We often double or triple the batch so we have more to freeze. My husband likes them a little crispy, so we let them brown a tad longer than some would like. But they're delicious and nutritious.
1 1/2 Buttermilk
1/4 cup veg oil
1/2 cup flour
1/3 cup whole wheat flour
1/4 cup cornmeal
1/3 cup oats
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 tablespoon sugar
Mix. Spray the waffle iron for your first batch. I like them cooked 3 minutes, my husband likes them cooked for four minutes. Eat fresh or freeze them and pop them in the toaster for breakfast.
The waffle iron that you made the waffles with was my waffle iron right? :) Glad you are putting it to use!ReplyDelete
yup! although i'm in the market for a four waffle maker that's easier to clean. someday. and then you can get yours back. :)ReplyDelete