Chocolate Chip Waffles

Chocolate Chip Waffles created by Marg CaymanDesigns

I used my Belgian waffle machine for these, although you can use any type of waffle iron as these are not true Belgian style waffles. These were so good and did not last long at all. This recipe makes about 6 full round waffles, which can be broken into 4 smaller waffles each (I used 2 of those smaller pieces as a serving suggestion). The Zaar computer requires that I enter a cook time, but the time will vary based on each individual machine - I guess at about 7 minutes per waffle, but please test one out on your machine first for more accurate timing.

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  • Heat a waffle iron according to your manufacturer's instructions. Be sure to grease it well; again - according to the instructions.
  • Mix the dry ingredients together with a whisk, stirring in the chocolate chips last.
  • Add in the milk, then the slightly cooled melted butter.
  • Add the eggs and stir, just enough to combine - there might be a few lumps in the batter; you just don't want any dry patches or big lumps.
  • Pour the amount of batter specified for your waffle iron onto the preheated waffle iron and cook according to your instructions or until the steaming stops.
  • For softer waffles, cook less time, for crispy waffles, cook longer.
  • In general, if the steaming has dramatically slowed down and you can easily open the waffle iron to remove the waffle without it sticking, it is most likely done.
  • Serve as is or with butter or powdered sugar or syrup - whatever you prefer.
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"I used my Belgian waffle machine for these, although you can use any type of waffle iron as these are not true Belgian style waffles. These were so good and did not last long at all. This recipe makes about 6 full round waffles, which can be broken into 4 smaller waffles each (I used 2 of those smaller pieces as a serving suggestion). The Zaar computer requires that I enter a cook time, but the time will vary based on each individual machine - I guess at about 7 minutes per waffle, but please test one out on your machine first for more accurate timing."

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  1. Miss G.
    These were great. I cut the recipe in half because it was just me and I still had plenty! Even leftovers! They were solid and yummy.
  2. Christine D.
    it tastes just fine but it is too hard to get out of the waffle iron and it is just too flimsy
  3. ultruzz f.
    looks pretty solid to me, gonna give this to my mum for mothers day. Exited to see how this mean feed turns out (((:
  4. Cherie G.
    How do you keep the chips from melti g?
  5. Alan V.
    I experimented with the amount of baking powder I used and realized the less you put in the less crunchy the edges will become so keep that in mind :)
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