When I first learned of this product I have to admit I was a little leery about trying it. A shelf stable waffle? How could it be good? Squishing the package.. yes they are soft, really soft actually, I was expecting a brick. They smell sweet and a little, malty. I took a bite and yes they are sweet! These will need no syrup. Hmm this is looking better and better. This is perfect for those days we are running late for school. Ok those all all the days that I drop off, but whose counting! I do keep these on hand for a car snack for the 11 year old. They are nice with strawberries and whipped cream. For camping or boating these are a must!
Lingonberries and whipped cream make a great topping for waffles. The tangy tartness of the lingonberry mixes well with the smoothness of the cream. I wrote about lingonberries on May 16th so if you want to know mare about the Scadinavian cranberry cousin follow the link.
We make allot of waffles at our house and this is one of our favorite recipes:
The Best Belgian Waffles Recipe #63071
These waffles are super crisp on the outside and light as a feather inside and so scrumptious! Avoid removing them from the waffle iron too soon; they should be a golden brown. Enjoy!
by Marie 16 waffles
2 cups flour
4 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 cup sugar
2 eggs, separated
1/2 cup oil
2 cups milk
Sift the dry ingredients together in a large bowl.
Separate the eggs.
In small bowl, beat egg whites until stiff.
Mix together the egg yolks, milk and oil and stir slightly.
Add to dry ingredients and mix well.
Fold in beaten egg whites.
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