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Truly the best. I sometimes make the recipe exactly as it is, but it is very forgiving if you want to play with it: half the butter, double the sugar, substitute whole wheat flour, add vanilla - they still come out great. I often make double batches and freeze them for later.
Worst waffles ever! I followed the directions exactly and they turned out terrible. No taste and no structure. I don't know how anyone came out with 5 star waffles, this isn't even close.
I'm not sure what went wrong, but I carefully followed food.com's conversion of this recipe for 10 and it totally tanked. Wayyy too buttery (even for my southern husband), oddly thin, and stuck to the waffle iron soo bad we had to abandon it and make pancakes using bisquick.
my waffles turned out soggy and didn%u2019t raise at all. I followed recipe exactly. Taste wise wasn%u2019t bad, but not what I was looking for, fluffy and crispy waffles.
i was SUPER disappointed in this recipe. the waffles came out flat and greasy and very eggy. after the awesome reviews i was so excited. what a let down.
I agree. The BEST EVER WAFFLES! I usually hate waffles, but these were crispy, light, and delicious. And it was easy to mix up. This was a print worthy recipe that I will keep in my personal favorite recipe collection.
My family enjoyed these. My husband says he likes to have vanilla in his waffles, so I may add 1 tsp of vanilla next time. These waffles were just the right crispness, not too soggy and not too tough. I kept them on a cookie sheet in an oven at 200 degrees until I was ready to serve them. Thank you!
Excellent waffle recipe! This is the one I will use from now on. I mixed ingredients by hand and beat egg whites with my Kitchenaid, then folded them in. I added a tsp. vanilla and upped the sugar to 1 tbsp. They were very light and fluffy-much better than I have had at restaurants as well. Try the cinnamon syrup listed on zaar with these! Excellent on a cold winter day!
These waffles turned out absolutely perfect, browned so nicely and I cooked some a bit longer to crisp them. I did add 1 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract, a nice added flavor. I used my Belgian Waffle Iron, makes 2 waffles at a time. Thank you so much for sharing. I made them 3 times now and will continue in the future. "Uncle Bill"
These waffles are very good. As suggested by podapo, I used 2 tbsp of sugar. Also, I use a combination of oil and butter. These remind me of the waffles my father used to make, which is why I like them so much. The flavor is outstanding.