My family really enjoys these waffles. The only problem is the 30 min. wait time. They aren't fond of that!!:) I too have forgotten the lemon and done the lemon juice but just isn't the same. Thanks for taking the time to post this recipe. Paddles.
These were so good and pretty easy to make! I got started on the recipe and realized that I had forgotten to pick up a lemon at the store, so, I replaced some of the milk with lemon juice (1.5 cup milk, 3/4 cup juice). For serving, I buttered the waffles, drizzled Lemon Sauce (Lemon Sauce) over the top, and then drizzled maple syrup over that-it was delicious! Thanks for a great recipe, C.L.!
This was very good although, I adapted it a little bit. I added the juice of the lemon as one other person suggested. I also decreased the eggs to 2 and substituted 1/4 C. whole wheat flour + 2 regular T of flour because I found it a little runny. In addition to that I added 3T sugar and placed blueberries over the batter before closing the waffle iron. Very, Very, Good!!!
These are so good! My waffle iron makes 10 to 11 from this recipe so we have leftovers for breakfast during the week. We had them with maple syrup but can't wait to try them with fruit.
YUM!!!.... These waffles are just melt-in-your-mouth tender! I used whole milk for these, and topped them with homemade blueberry sauce. We really enjoyed these, what a fantastic brunch! thank you Marg, I have tucked your recipe into my "favorites" cookbook....Kitten:)
Excellent recipe. Made about 12 waffles. Very tasty when modified slightly with Greek style yoghurt for 1/4 C milk. Served with more yoghurt, lemon juice, maple syrup (Canadian of course!).
We really enjoyed these waffles. My 4 year old ate FOUR! We really liked the lemon. They are light and fluffy and easy to make. I froze the leftovers to reheat in the toaster later.