86 Reviews

Great taste and texture. The only thing I would like to note is, for some reason, when making a double batch, I have to throw in a couple handfuls of extra flour for the right consistency in the batter. But other than that, this recipe rocks!

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ChefReeves December 01, 2013

Very good, boys loved them. I doubled the recipe and had them for dinner and breakfast the morning after. Boys couldn't get enough of them. They come out a little soft, but just put them in the toaster for a few seconds....perfect. My house smelled so good afterwards. I will definitely be making these delicious waffles in the near future!

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mgriffen70 September 10, 2013

These were not good. They were wet even when leaving in the iron for longer times. To redeem the batter I had to add an extra cup of flour. That did help and they were edible. The taste was o.k. after that. I will look for a different recipe.

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7bakers March 11, 2013

Like a Previous poster, mine were not done in the middle and kept sticking to the waffle waffle iron - I make waffles every weekend and have never had them stick before. Made a double batch and finally gave up and tossed about half.

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wmw1 February 10, 2013

I was very disappointed in these. I cooked them twice the amount of time that I cook regular waffles and they were still raw in the middle. I won't be making these again.

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whitedove1_36 November 11, 2012

These waffles are delicious! I, too, decreased the amount of milk, and they came out perfectly!! I love the flavor of the spices and the texture of the waffle, too. We doubled the recipe and froze the extras for breakfasts to come.

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BizMack November 10, 2012

Really tasty. My wife was in the mood for pumpkin waffles, I found this, and I decided to try it out. Make sure your ingredients are quality and fresh. The spices really came through and blended well for us and the waffles were very moist.

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gtwilley November 04, 2012

I doubled the batch but still just used 1 and 2/3 cup of milk because of all of the comments I saw about the batter being too thin. (I used 1 cup whole milk and 2/3 cup skim milk). I also didn't have nutmeg so i just used cinnamon and ginger. I added chocolate chips. The waffles turned out wonderful! :) They also refrigerate well. They are VERY filling!

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abbiegail07 October 22, 2012

Big hit! My daughter commented that "It makes her feel like October."
Found that batter was still to runny after reducing milk to 1 cup so added an additional 1/3 cup flour. This could be because I was using my own fresh pumpkin puree which is a bit looser than canned. Thanks for the recipe!

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artieh October 13, 2012

These waffles rock! used buttermilk (low on regular) so had to add a bit more. Crispy on the outside & full of flavor that is complemented with maple syrup, sausages, bacon & sweet butter. TY for a keeper recipe!

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Buster's friend October 07, 2012
Spiced Pumpkin Waffles