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Delish! My kids and their friends loved them. Easy to make too. Was worried about the cornstarch, never seen that in a waffle recipe, but they turned out great.
We've been eating whole wheat waffles and pancakes as a family for some time now. Liked this recipe, as it was easier than my normal waffle recipe and seemed to taste very similar. I oopsed and used regular oats instead of quick oats and we didn't mind a bit. My teens didn't even notice that they weren't our normal whole wheat waffles. Thanks for a yummy recipe.
I made these exactly as stated in the recipe. I usually change something, but I didn't this time. They were perfect. Maybe my family is getting used to whole wheat but they tasted light to us. We like them a little crispy, so I always stand them up while cooling. This is my new waffle recipe. Thanks. Good job!
The best whole grain waffles I've had! I freeze a batch and toast 1-2 in the morning for crisp waffles!
Wow, these waffles were really light and fluffy considering the fact that no white flour is included. I was a little skeptical of some of the ingredients, such as cornstarch and vinegar. I need not have been concerned. My girls and I really enjoyed these waffles, and I will definitely be serving them again. Thanks for a great waffle recipe.
Delicious Waffles! So easy to whip up. I liked the fact that they did have some healthy ingredients. Couldn't tell that the waffles had whole wheat and quick oats in it. Will have this recipe in my favorits file. Thanks for this great recipe Mama2boys
These were great! I didn't make my into waffles because I don't have a waffle iron. I did however make them into pancakes. I also let my soak a bit per LonghornMama. I made extra to freeze in between layers of wax paper. Now we have a great snack, that when popped in the toaster is almost comparable to fresh off the griddle. Thanks!
Yummy! I always appreciate a whole grain recipe that's kid-friendly. This one is also low is sugar, with a bit of honey as the only added sweetener. Suprisingly light and fluffy and best right from the waffle iron, though I always freeze leftover waffles to pop in the toaster for weekday breakfasts. The only change I'd make is to combine the oats with the liquid and let soak, or let the completed batter stand for about 15 minutes before cooking to lessen the chunky texture of the oats. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
My kids keep complaining about me buying whole grain everything. Well...this recipe was so good, they had no idea. It got an 8 out of 10 from my picky 8yr old. My husband and I loved the flavor and texture and one and a half waffles kept me satisfied for hours. (I doubled the recipe as i was serving 8 people) I served the waffles with some cut up strawberries and nectarines that I had microwaved for about 90 sec. each. FABULOUS!
I was surprised at how light and fluffy these wholegrain waffles turned out! I also appreciate that the recipe uses vinegar instead of buttermilk. I know a lot of recipes call for buttermilk, but I rarely have it on hand and so I just wind up using skim milk plus vinegar anyhow! I'll definitely make these again.