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I liked the ease of this. Make sure you chop the peacans up fairly small, I think I left mine a little too big and it keep the waffle iron from coming into good contact with all of the waffle surface. They didn't get quite as crispy on the outside as I like. They had a good taste and were great wtih syrup!
I added a few ingredients to mine, just eyeballing the measurements. I put in brown sugar, cinnamon, vanilla extract, and I added double the pecans (dh is a fan of pecans). Cooked them in a Belgian waffle maker, served with regular ol' Aunt Jemima, mmmm, mmmm, mmmm!
Great waffles! I use a little more than the recommended amount of pecans and mix them right into the batter. I also leave out the butter - less fat and you can't taste the difference. Yummy!
My family enjoyed this recipe (I left out the pecans -- picky eaters). The waffles weren't very sweet -- yucky without syrup -- but delish with maple syrup!
We really enjoyed this recipe. Loved all the pecans that were called for in it. Will make often. Thanks for posting.
Lovely and delicious.
I'd rate this higher than a 5 if I could! It's an easy recipe that can be whipped up in a flash. The waffles turn out crispy and light and the flavor is wonderful. I used powdered buttermilk, as well. Will double the recipe next time!
oh my goodness this is the best waffle recipe i've found! thank you! i doubled it and used the powdered buttermilk and it worked so well. definately a keeper! took me a bit longer than 10 minutes of prep, but that's just me.
Easy to make with a lovely flavor. They freeze and reheat in the toaster beautifully. Thank you for sharing!