It's now fall and had to celebrate with these waffles. They were great just ate them with butter my kids liked them. I froze the extras and thought they were better than the day of, thank you!
I used wheat flour and coconut sugar. First batch turned out good but lacking a bit in flavor. I am going to up the spices. I might try the cloves or maple that others have suggested or simply the pumpkin spice... I used the liquid suggested and didn't find it too runny at all, maybe it's the wheat flour?
This made a very soft waffle (more like a pancake texture) which my family did not care for. Also, I know I have a largish waffle iron, but this only made 3.5 waffles. I won't make this again.
I was very disappointed with these waffles. Not very spicy and very weak pumpkin flavor. In fact, I tasted the eggs in it far more than the pumpkin or the spice. I did try to up the amount of spices and pumpkin in it, which helped a little, but I doubt I'll ever use this one again.
Wonderful recipe...except WAY too much liquid! I doubled the recipe but didn't double the milk. Came out perfect! I also used milled flax seed instead of the butter and added crushed walnuts. DELISHIOUS! Thanks for a great recipe...just watch out for the liquid amounts...other than that it was perfect!
These were perfect!! The recipe didn't make a lot of waffles, but they were very thick and filling. We had leftovers, but they didn't last long. Thanks for sharing such a great recipe!
I have made these a few times and they are super!
I use half whole wheat flour and half white, reduced butter to 3 T. and add some yogurt to the batter. As I cook them I add pecan pieces. Yum!
These waffles were amazing! I put 1 cup of milk and 2 tablespoons of pumpkin spice to make it less runny and more pumpkinny!
This is a great pumpkin waffle recipe
These were fantastic! I used pumpkin spiced eggnog instead of milk and a small dash of almond extract. The rest I left the same and wow... they turned out amazing. Thanks so much for sharing and giving me a good opportunity to use my own processed pumpkin =D