Homemade Waffles

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Homemade Waffles

I’m not sure where or when I started making this yummy breakfast. But, it is one of our favorites. We usually wrap up the week by having waffles on Friday mornings.

My favorite way to serve it is with whipped cream and berries. It’s probably more worthy of a weekend morning, but works for me on Fridays. Kinda makes the last day of a school week a mini celebration.

I vary the waffle recipe, but here’s a great one:

Quick Cuts:

  • If you’re not in the mood to mix up these from scratch every time, prepare a bunch of homemade mixes at one time.
  • Don’t keep buttermilk on hand? You can easily prepare a substitute. Pour one Tablespoon lemon juice or white vinegar into a one-cup measure. Add milk to fill the measuring cup. Allow to sit for five minutes. Use in place of 1 cup buttermilk.
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  1. Wish I was with you guys eating them. Yum! Bust out the vanilla bean ice cream!

  2. we love waffles, we eat ours with sour cream and strawberry jelly! can’t think of a better breakfast.

  3. We are totally addicted to this recipe of yours. When are you publishing your full and unabridged cookbook? STill loving your ebook, but I’m ready for another. I’m so glad you gave a reminder about preparing a bunch at once. We have company coming and I can do this ahead of time to save a little kitchen time. Thanks!

  4. Stephenie says:

    About how many waffles does this make?

  5. Danielle says:

    Please help! I have 4 kids who must all be going through growth spurts! How do you feed your 6 hungry kids waffles? Multiple makers? Certain brand of waffle maker? We eat as a family, but I’m over in the kitchen while everybody eats. My old waffle maker that broke took 5 min per waffle. Do you make them ahead? Help! I knew you would have the answer. 🙂

    • Jessica Fisher says:

      I feel your pain. Recently I bought this Cuisinart waffler and it has transformed our waffle eating. It makes ginormous waffles that can quickly feed my kids. I freeze the leftovers.

    • Kathy Anthony says:

      I heat our oven to 200 degrees… put a cooling rack in baking sheet so air can circulate. That will keep them warm so you can eat as a family.

  6. Patty says:

    Love that I have stumbled on this site!! This recipe has many eggs in it, so I am wondering if you have prepared it eggless and how that was best achieved. Thanks! My son also has an egg allergy, so I make waffles in batches and freeze them, so he can pop them in the toaster in the morning before school. I’ve been meaning to find a recipe that would let me ditch the mix!!

    • Jessica Fisher says:

      I don’t think I’ve made this since she was diagnosed. But, per the doctor’s instructions, I do let her have baked goods with some eggs in them and she seems to be fine. I also have substituted flax seed meal for the eggs in pancakes before.

  7. Nia Hanna says:

    I just wanted to say that these are hands down the best waffles I’ve ever made and eaten. We stayed at a hotel with a breakfast bar that included a waffle iron to make your own waffles; my babies loved them. When we got home, they asked if I could make waffles like the ones at that breakfast bar ( I know they were from a boxed mix) and I didn’t think I could pull it off. I looked up your recipe and remembered reading about your yummy Friday A.M tradition of waffles and decided to try your recipe. I’m so glad I did because the family thinks they taste very close to the ones at the hotel, and we now have them frequently. So delicious!

  8. Jamie Snyder says:

    What’s the difference between using bleached or unbleached flour? Will it hurt to use bleached if unbleached is called for??

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