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Apricot Waffles

A quick recipe that makes any breakfast special. Also nice as an evening snack or dessert (with a scoop of vanilla ice cream). Traditionally served with a sprinkling of powdered-sugar, brown sugar or whipped cream. Preparation time includes soaking time for the apricots.

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30mins
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directions

  • Soak the dried apricots in warm water for 15 minutes, then drain and pat dry.
  • Cut in small pieces.
  • Beat or whisk the butter, sugar and eggs together.
  • Sift the flour and the baking powder together.
  • Add the flour,the cream and the apricot pieces to the butter mixture.
  • Stir till everything is well incorporated.
  • Bake in an oiled waffle iron according to manufacturer's directions.
  • Serve warm!
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"A quick recipe that makes any breakfast special. Also nice as an evening snack or dessert (with a scoop of vanilla ice cream). Traditionally served with a sprinkling of powdered-sugar, brown sugar or whipped cream. Preparation time includes soaking time for the apricots."
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  1. PaulaG
    These baked up nice and golden brown. They have a pleasing texture and for me, they are perfect for a smaller family. I used egg substitute instead of the whole eggs and warmed apricot fruit spread with a tablespoon of orange juice to serve over the waffles. Thanks for posting this delightful recipe.
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  2. PaulaG
    These baked up nice and golden brown. They have a pleasing texture and for me, they are perfect for a smaller family. I used egg substitute instead of the whole eggs and warmed apricot fruit spread with a tablespoon of orange juice to serve over the waffles. Thanks for posting this delightful recipe.
    Reply
  3. FlemishMinx
    A quick recipe that makes any breakfast special. Also nice as an evening snack or dessert (with a scoop of vanilla ice cream). Traditionally served with a sprinkling of powdered-sugar, brown sugar or whipped cream. Preparation time includes soaking time for the apricots.
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