Nice and light. Makes 3 in the belgian waffle-maker.
These are great waffles... they come out of the waffle maker perfectly browned and crispy. For some reason, sometimes the batter overflows and we haven't figured out why. It might have to do with our altitude and the volume of eggs. I like to make baggies with all the dry ingredients and store them in the cabinet, this makes them quicker to put together later on.
We had problems with some of the waffles sticking, which was surprising with all of the oil in the batter. The batter is thin, but don't worry it cooks just fine. While everyone agreed that they were good, we wouldn't say they were insanely great like the title suggests. Good yes, knock your socks off amazing, no.
Good, but very very oily. I didn't use a belgian waffle maker, so maybe that makes a difference. The first one stuck (it always does) but the rest came out easily. They were light and crispy and we all liked them.However, I didn't like that my hand was greasy when I touched them. If made again, would cut down on the oil or try in a belgian waffle maker. I did 1/2 the recipe and it made right on 8 waffles.
I was nervous about this one. Cornstarch? Very thin batter? Turned out absolutely perfectly (didn't have whole milk so just used 2% we had on hand). Very light with a crispy outside. Did not spray or grease my maker and they popped out perfectly. Family loved. Will be my go to moving forward. Thank you!
These are really good. We didn't follow the directions and sprayed the iron first. DON'T DO IT!!! The waffles won't get crisp. The second go 'round we went spray free and were rewarded with fluffy crispy waffles. Perfect.
The kids say 4 1/2 stars. I don't eat waffles/pancakes, but they thought these were quite good. The batter does seem very thin, but it works just fine. Thanks for the recipe.
These are the best waffles we've ever had. Perfect! I used milk with a bit of vinegar added as a buttermilk sub. and cooked them in two different waffle makers to see if there was a difference and there was. Our small round waffle maker didn't cook these as crisp as our standard square waffle maker did. They were both excellent, just different. I would say this recipe yielded three delicious servings. This will be be my "go to" waffle recipe. Thanks so much for sharing.
These are simply the best I've ever had. I made the batter the night before because I wouldn't have time in the morning. Refrigerated it and took it out in the morning before going to church. I wanted the batter to be room temp. They came out perfectly! I could only get 3 waffles with my waffle maker. Next time I'll double it and refrigerate left over batter, if there is any, for the next morning. In the future I'll add bacon or fruit after it's on the waffle maker.
This is one of my favorite waffle recipes; I've tried them all, and this makes the crispiest waffles.