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I have made this recipe in the past and it never fails me. To change up the fat content a little. I used 4 Large Omega 3 Eggs and 4 Tablespoons of Vegetable Oil Trans Fat Free. As a bonus, you cannot see in my picture, because I ate them :) But I managed to get 10 Waffles from this recipe with these modifications. This is truly a keeper! Thank You for sharing!
After an initial bad orange waffle experience with someone elses recipe, propinquity dropped your recipe in my path (via your post in the forums)...You see, I've been trying to collect different flavoured waffles for use in a breakfast OAMC rotation and I thought an orange one would be just the ticket...Your recipe did not disappoint...I only had 3 eggs, but the lack of one egg was not significant...I don't understand the other reviewer's complaint about a thick batter...Yes it was thick but not excessively, it was fine...Anyway, I used a one-half cup measure of batter for each waffle, in my round belgian waffle iron...I got 6 amazingly perfect, round belgian waffles which were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside...So pleasantly filling were these, I could only eat 2! Therefore I took the remainder, cut each waffle in half, for ease in reheating in the toaster (directly from their frozen state) at a later date...I can't thank you enough...You really made my day! Thank you for posting this delectable recipe!
These were very good. I made them as the recipe states; the batter was a little thicker than I like so another time I will add a little more liquid.