By Bruins Fan on April 12, 2003
Photo by Wafflie
Photo by Wafflie
"These waffles are delicious, crispy and sweet. They are also nutritious. This recipe came from the Sunset Complete Vegetarian Cook Book. They are especially good with sliced fruit on top. The recipe can be altered without a problem, it is still good if the ratios are not exact."
Serving Size: 1 (281 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"We have been looking for this long lost recipe and found it here! I used our old Belgian Waffle maker but the waffles did not fall out no matter what I tried. So I bought a Nesco WM-1300 for under $40 and we just made a batch of wonderful waffles like we used to enjoy. I sprayed oil for every other waffle and they pretty much fall out. Cooking 3 minutes with the waffle maker set halfway between medium and dark. Almost 2/3 cup of batter and hold the lid down for about 10 seconds so the batter spreads out evenly. We use 2-3 eggs worth of egg white instead of whole eggs and either canola oil or butter - can't tell the difference. We use low fat yogurt with fresh strawberries or yogurt that has berry flavor already. Yum Yum Yummie!!!!"
"Good flavor, nice texture. I used whole wheat flour instead of white. Easy to make. It also can be cooked up as pancakes."
"Great waffles! Had to test them before I put them in the freezer for later. :) I'll be making these again."
"These were just perfect waffles! My family enjoyed them so much they even wanted to eat them cold without the toppings! We found them to be just the right crispness and just heavy enough so that they didnt get mushy when adding our strawberries and whipped cream. We plan on making up batches to the "almost done" point and then freezing them so that we can just pop them in the toaster in the morning. This is a definate keeper. Thank you!"