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    11 Reviews |  By Maiya

    I got this recipe off Epicurious.com. It is supposed to be from The Fannie Farmer Cookbook by Marion Cunningham. These are the best waffles I have ever had. They are incredibly light and airy. I like to eat them with maple syrup and whipped cream. Prep time DOES NOT include sitting overnight. Cook time is per waffle.

    Recipe #59403

    My family loves these waffles! --- serve with maple syrup, honey or just with butter, cooking time will depend on your waffle maker.

    Recipe #134638

    This is a great batter that you can make ahead and keep in the refrigerator. It's so easy to just throw all the ingredients in the blender and pour.

    Recipe #146734

    13 Reviews |  By Marie

    Easy banana homemade waffles made richer with the additon of sour cream. Cook time depends on your waffle iron.

    Recipe #75140

    I have not yet had the good fortune to visit Belgium, but I do frequent a lovely NYC cafe called Le Pain Quotidien, which is based in Belgium. I tried their crispy, caramelized Belgian Sugar Waffle, and was instantly in love. If perled sugar is not available, substitute an equal amount of coarsely crushed sugar cubes. I got this recipe off a Belgian website.

    Recipe #158977

    Well, someone's grandma, but not mine. From Gooseberry Patch Hometown Favorites.

    Recipe #129984

    If you enjoy gingerbread you will like it as a waffle. These make a nice winter breakfast. Serve with whipped cream and dusted with cinnamon.

    Recipe #106015

    34 Reviews |  By Gerry

    This was my grandma's favorite waffle recipe. It has become a family favorite enjoyed on special occasions not only by her grandchildren but great-great grandchildren as well. The clipping is yellow with age clipped I suspect from the local daily paper many many years ago.

    Recipe #89575

    5 Reviews |  By Kimke

    The secret to great waffles is a thick batter, so don't expect a pourable batter. The optional dash of cornmeal adds a pleasant crunch to the finished waffle. This recipe can be doubled or tripled. Make toaster waffles out of leftover batter -- undercook the waffles a bit, cool them on a wire rack, wrap them in plastic wrap, and freeze. Pop them in the toaster for a quick breakfast. From America's Test Kitchen

    Recipe #65390

    3 Reviews |  By TiaGem

    These are really pretty simple to make and very good! My husband is always grateful when I make them. You can use reduced-fat sour cream successfully (if you wish). I have made a batch ahead of time and used them throughout the week as well.

    Recipe #73771

    I love to make waffles on the weekends. This is my own variation I came up with that we really enjoy. These waffles are much softer than the crisper waffles you may be used to. They should be cooked all the way through (no longer wet inside), but will be softer, more like eggy pancakes, rather than crisp (although you may cook them longer for a crispier waffle). If you don't have powdered buttermilk, then omit the powdered and use real buttermilk in place of the water, milk or cream. Serve topped with syrup, butter, or powdered sugar. Cook time is approximate per waffle. This makes about 3-4 full size sheets of waffles (4 waffles per sheet) on a square regular waffle iron. The yield will vary depending upon the size of your waffle iron.

    Recipe #65011

    6 Reviews |  By Marie

    To serve as a dessert, just add vanilla ice cream. Awesome recipe!

    Recipe #97689

    When I created these waffles, I immediately fell in love with the rustic texture and the original flavor. I have to admit, I ate every single bite of the whole batch when trying to name these LOL. :) I do hope that you enjoy them. The cook time is what it took for both waffles to cook in my iron, but I believe my iron cooks rather quickly. Please keep in mind that all waffle irons are different (at least in my experieces!). I had a hard time deciding what the actual measurement was for the ground cardamom. It was closest to 1/8 teaspoon, but you can add just a touch more, as I feel it was a "heaped" 1/8 teaspoon, but definitely not 1/4 teaspoon lol :)

    Recipe #93237

    17 Reviews |  By LAURIE

    These are my 2 blueberry lovin' guys most favorite waffle. They will even eat them with blueberry syrup! I always double this and if there are any left they go in the freezer. DBF Rick will eat these like a cookie and likes them hot and crispy with a scoop of ice cream on top!

    Recipe #178934

    This recipe was prepared for us in a Bed & Breakfast back east. It's simple, no spill-overs from batter and a breeze to clean up.

    Recipe #38433

    27 Reviews |  By Bergy

    These are the ultimate waffles, crisp on the outside, light on the inside. Serve with your favorite jam or syrup, bacon & sausages on the side. Be sure you follow the directions DO NOT add eggs the night before!! It is safe to leave the other ingredients out over night but not with the eggs added

    Recipe #16235

    Ohhhh mannnn, these are good! I made these up by taking a basic waffle recipe and combining it with my butterscotch banana breaad recipe...ta da! These are so good with butter and maple syrup, or even plain!! These can also be served with ice cream for dessert.

    Recipe #133923

    This was in our paper, and it just looks soooo good!

    Recipe #167887


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