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Light and tasty. I wish the name indicated there was no flour. I only "happened" to find it as I was looking for some recipes to use up some ricotta. It is a forgiving recipe, also. I was hand beating the eggs when I read that I was to do it with an electric mixer. So I whipped the dickens our of them and it worked fine. I am sure they will be even better when I do it the right way!
Made this recipe into pancakes, and they were delicious. I do not use artificial sweeteners if I can help it, so I subbed agave for the splenda.
These are SO good. I also make them as pancakes but I use a lot less Splenda & lots of cinnamon. I use fat free cottage cheese & use my immersion blender to get the texture nice & smooth. I use only about 1/4 tsp baking powder as these get quite puffy, and I use about 1/3 cup Eggbeaters & 3 tbsp ff cottage cheese. (1/2 cup Beaters is for the whole recipe but that was too much for my tummy!) I did try these as waffles at first but it made a MESS & I'm still not sure what I did wrong! UPDATE: Thank you to the poster for the optionals down below! I added 3 tbsp rolled oats into the batter & it was wonderful! Added fiber & nutrition with great taste. Thank you again for sharing!!
Really good! Great texture and very similar "mouth feel" to real waffles. Definately have to spray the waffle iron well with non-stick. I did add just a touch of vanilla to the batter and used sugar free syrup and a slight spread of butter. Yum! I love to try new SB items and this was a knockout! Will be making these a lot. Thanks for a great recipe!
Love these! I make them as pancakes. Cured bubby's craving for pancakes and my son said he likes them better than regular pancakes. The recipe is easy. I put some sugar free strawberry jam on them and they tasted just like crepes.