These are so fluffy that they rip apart on the waffle iron! My first waffle acted like glue! It was so hard to pull the waffle iron apart. Crispy & airy, with slight taste (since you're eating a lot of air), but not pretty at all. I put extra veg oil on the non-stick waffle iron for the second waffle and they still stuck like crazy. It totally defeated the attempt to go low fat.
After getting waffle mix stuck in the iron, I decided the recipe was not worth the hassle and threw out half the batter. On to the next recipe.
ok wow this are light and fluffy with no oil , if you like a crisp waffle this recipe is for you which i was a little scared of, dont be i topped mine with apple pie filling warmed up great breakfast in the waffle maker my boys got for me for mothers day try this recipe
Excellent! My family loved these and asked me to make them again.
Great waffles! I used 1% milk and unsweetened applesauce for the batter. These are light and fluffy and worked perfectly in my Belgium waffle maker! Great with some extra applesauce over the top or syrup (like my DS used). Thanks for a nice change of pace to our breakfast! Made for 123 Hits.
I used skim milk, unsweetened applesauce, no salt. I topped mine with light whipped cream in spray and bananas. My son and BF ate them with maple syrup. They don't want anything else on their waffles and pancakes LOL Thanks Loof :) Made for 123 hit wonders
Mmmmmmmmmm! This was so easy to whip up and tasted awesome. I made them in a Belgium waffle maker, and it was like eating dessert for breakfast. Very soft and fluffy. I used cinnamon applesauce and dusted the whipped cream lightly with cinnamon. Made for Summer 2009 Photo Tag.
Made this using a homemade, slightly chunky applesauce & it was soft enough to blend in well with the other ingredients! These waffles were very easy to put together! Also did a silght mash job on the peaches for some VERY TASTY WAFFLES! Thanks, much for sharing your recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed as a bonus in the current Summer Spectacular]