Prep 5 mins
Cook 1 min
Great recipe from kindergarten!!! What else could "W" represent but great, chocolate waffles? These are really good frosted or covered with whip cream and chocolate syrup. :)
- Mix all ingredients together.
- Drop batter onto a waffle iron.
- Bake in waffle iron for 50 to 60 seconds on medium setting.
Very Rich and thick but good. Instead of water I used milk and apple juice to sweeten it more (as if that was needed). Also added a bit of cinnamon just for a more dynamic flavor. Next time I'll try using less butter and cocoa, and substitute in yogurt (makes waffles more fluffy).
I halved this recipe and made it exactly as written. It didn't specify in the recipe, but I melted the butter in the microwave before making the batter. I made waffles in my Belgium waffle maker, and then topped it off with chocolate syrup, sliced bananas, whipped cream and a sprinkle of cocoa powder. Yummy! Made for Jan 2010 Comfort Cafe.
I made these this morning, oh, my, were they rich and good. I melted the butter and it worked very well. I try to stick to recipes pretty close the first time, next time I may cut back a bit on the butter (then again, they were soooo good the way they were) and add extra water as someone else suggested. We all loved them, made six waffles, but, so rich, could only eat one a piece anyway. Great recipe, thanks!