9 Reviews

OMGoodness!! What a fantastic waffle recipe this turned out to be! I am always making waffles for my family-and to me they are ok- but this one...was AMAZING! I had to wake up hubby to try they were so good & I (Who never eats them) had THREE plain. They are crisy, yet light & fluffy! My children couldn't stop talking about how perfect they were. I didn't have cardamon, so left out. I separated the eggs & beat the egg whites w/ the salt until soft peaks formed & used 1/4 cup butter with 1/2 cup veg oil in lieu of 3/4 C butter. They cooked perfectly at 4 min. These are definitely a KEEPER, destined to come a household regular. I'll be making more later for a family snack. My husband said they reminded him of the fried dough from the fair. Thank you soooo much for such a fabulous waffle!

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hltravis96 May 15, 2010

Turned out good. Good recipe for whole-wheat flour

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djafishfria August 03, 2008

Amazing!!! I love cinnamon but my family doesn't as much but we all loved these. My dad liked them the Norwegian style: topped with sour cream and lingonberries... we used 1/2cup whole wheat and 1cup white flour and it was perfect

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kaiti hill June 16, 2006

What a great breakfast these made when the grandchildren came for a sleepover. My DH thought he had died and gone to heaven. They are so light and delicious. Served them with strawberries and whipped cream. Could have been a dessert! Delicious.

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Sunny In Florida April 09, 2011

Lovely waffles!

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Ginger Rose May 12, 2008

Delicious....we had these with fresh blueberries, drizzled with raspberry coulis, and whipped cream! Didn't need to add any milk. Had to leave out the cardamom as it wasn't available, except the whole pods and I wasn't sure if I could just grind those and use them.

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Patchwork Dragon February 05, 2007

Forgot to add the egg's and they came out just like frech toast, not waffles. Still, came out great and were a big hit. Will use this recipe from now on per the clan. Going to make it both ways to see which way they like it the most. Thanks

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The unknown chef January 29, 2006

These waffles are DELICIOUS! Per my DH's tastes, I used a bit more cinnamon, and then the cardamom. The light spicy flavor along with a bit of powder sugar and some lingonberry prserves... This made for a decadent and delicious breakfast. :) Thanks so much! I cant wait to make these again!

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love4culinary January 07, 2006

Are waffles just for breakfast? Of course not, and these were a wonderful light supper. Cardamom is optional in this recipe, but don't leave it out! I spent a year in Norway when I was 7 and the taste of the cardamom in the waffles really brought back some great memories of cardamom bread on snowy mornings. I really wanted to taste the cardamom so I just used half the cinammon called for in the recipe. No lingonberries here, so I just heated up some mixed berry jam and used that as a syrup instead. Thanks for letting me relive some good times!

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Mirj January 03, 2006
Cinnamon Buttermilk Waffles