Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins
These taste sooooo good.
- Beat all ingredients with wire whisk or hand beater until well blended.
- Pour onto center of hot waffle iron.
- Add chopped nuts (pecans) as desired.
- Bake until steaming stops.
I had a carton of eggnog frozen from the holidays and I needed a way to use some up. Instead of 1 cup of bisquick I used 1 cup flour + 1 1/2tsp baking powder and 1/2 tsp salt (no shortening). I also used 1/4 cup of egg beaters instead. I tried it first with 2/3cup eggnog and 2/3 cup of milk and it was a very light and crispy waffle. I got away without adding any oil too. I also tried adding all eggnog and no milk, but it was a lot denser. I'll stick with the half milk half eggnog next time. Anyways, this was great! Thanks a lot!
Delicious! Made these Christmas morning and they were a hit. The eggnog flavor is there, but not too strong. So easy, too! I was told to add these to the Christmas tradition!
Thanks for the wonderful recipe. I had eggnog about to turn so I just kept making batches of this until it was gone. It made 6-7 waffles per batch. I'm freezing them. Now we'll have a good supply of toaster waffles.