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    You can't be afraid of a little fat here, but it's all good... in the original Lorna Sass recipe, she has you make up your own "waffle mix" which you then keep in the freezer, ready to use. I love it, it makes making waffles super fast and easy. I grind my own wheat and corn, and sometimes substitute spelt or other whole grain flour for wheat, or with the wheat. I double the mix and it lasts even longer (I have a lot of hungry boys to feed!) But in order to make this work with the right serving size/ingredients/nutrition info, I have to divide it into one serving. Here is the original amount to make up the waffle mix: 3 cups flour 1 cup cornmeal 2 tsp salt 1 T baking powder 1 tsp baking soda 2 tsp cinnamon Then use one cup of the mix with the wet ingredients to make one batch.

    Recipe #484835

    I don't do WW but a friend of mine gave me this recipe and I love it! It's sort of like eating oatmeal in a solid form, only better! I will include a slight variation at the end.

    Recipe #239363

    I have been working on this recipe for a long time and I love where it is right now. It's a little extra work, but totally worth it (imho!) Note about the second ingedient: I had to put 'oats' on there because 'Zaar doesn't know what 'whole grains' are... just use any grain you want, in any combination. I get whole grains at the natural foods store in the bulk bins, they are quite cheap that way. If you have any suggestions I would love to know... :)

    Recipe #239139


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