Sorry! I am in the minority on this one. The batter was SO thin and the end result almost tasted "fried" due to the high butter content and the waffles were so too thin with no body to them. We ended up pitching the whole bowl and starting over...
DONT DO IT! there is something definitely not right with this recipe!! only 1 1/3 C flour for all that milk?!.... AND 1/2 stick butter!?!? i even tried sprinkling more flour on top of the already made batter to try to thicken it, but it didnt work. Im not sure why everyone rates this so high.
TRUST ME! - PASS ON THIS ONE!
I followed the recipe to a T and it was increadibly liquidy. I had to add almost an extra 1/4 cup of flour to make it the right consistency. After that they were fine. They were pretty moist in the middle, but would only brown just a little on the outside. They tasted like standard waffles to me, nothing special.
The batter is way toooooo thin! Tooooo much butter! I've made much better waffle recipes.
Way Way Way too much butter in this recipe. The first time I tried it I did it exact to the recipe and it was pretty bleak. Waffles were thin and greasy. Next time around I did some edits. Used canola instead of butter and did 1/4 cup instead of a 1/2. Added an extra egg, and used white whole wheat flour. A big improvement with the changes.
not very good at all. bitter, salty, and greasy.
I am an innkeeper and I normally use a yeasted waffle batter which I prepare the night before. I have never made a recipe without yeast that was acceptable.....until now! This is an excellent recipe and I will definitely go to it in the future. The waffles were crispy on the outside and light and delicate on the inside. I tweaked just slightly using 2 T of sugar instead of 2 t and I also added 1 t of vanilla as many others have suggested. Served with maple syrup and fresh blueberries for a true "died and gone to heaven" experience. Thank you for this definite keeper!
This is a very easy and very good waffle recipe. I always add vanilla to mine...adds a different dimension to them. I also recommend that if you make too many..just stick them in a ziploc and freeze them. My son pops them in the toaster for breakfast or lunch...easy, quick, homemade, and tasty snack. He claims the microwave makes them soggy, so that that extra minute in the toaster.
Not happy at all. These were way to thin!!!!!!
Tasted good, but they were flat not fluffy. Won't make this one again.