Great recipe! It was nice to find a recipe that didn't use a stick of butter ;) I didn't have ww pastry flour, so used 1 cup white, 1 cup ww and 1tsp. corn starch. Made the outside nice and crispy. I also beat the egg white seperately and folded them in. This was the first recipe that's made good waffles in my waffle maker. I'm glad it's on the healthier side
Wow wow wow! These were awesome I agree how so long without alot of reviews??? im soo glad I tried them. My 5&3 yr olds were loving them also. I didnt have the right flower (used organic unbleached white) and also was out of reg vanilla so I used 2 tsp. French vanilla.. I am getting the ccrrect flower for the next time. Oh and these are so moist you will almost think there not cooked didnt even need syrup they were sooo good..
For once I felt like I could eat a waffle and do so in a healthy way.
These waffles were great! I forgot to grease my waffle maker the first batch and had one big mess. But I got past it and ended up with some wonderful waffles. I didn't get 13 from this recipe though, I only got 10 (including the 2 duds), so I guess it depends on how much water you end up adding to get your desired consistency? I also had a problem with some of the tops not cooking, but I am sure that it is more the waffle maker rather than the recipe itself. Anyway, thanks for a great one!
These pancakes were some of , no these were the best health wise cakes I ever tasted. They were also a snap to make. The batter was thick but the pancakes were not.
These were excellent! I followed the recipe exactly (almost never happens!) and they are light and fluffy whole wheat waffles. Well, I did use sucanat for the white sugar (forgot that!). Very good breakfast. The kids had some chocolate chips on theirs and I had a sliced banana and some chopped pecans plus a little maple syrup. Really good. I can't believe this one has sat so long without a review!