Raised Waffles

"I got this recipe off Epicurious.com. It is supposed to be from The Fannie Farmer Cookbook by Marion Cunningham. These are the best waffles I have ever had. They are incredibly light and airy. I like to eat them with maple syrup and whipped cream. Prep time DOES NOT include sitting overnight. Cook time is per waffle."
 
Raised Waffles created by Nimz_
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directions

  • Combine yeast, sugar, and warm water in a large mixing bowl.
  • Let sit for about 5 minutes.
  • Add milk, butter, salt, and flour to the yeast mixture and beat until smooth.
  • Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and let stand overnight at ROOM TEMPERATURE.
  • The next morning, just before cooking, add the eggs and baking soda.
  • The batter keeps well in the refrigerator.
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  1. Bobbys Mum
    I've been making these for years. My favorite waffle recipe; extra crispy and fabulous flavor. They freeze well and heat up wonderfully in the toaster. Thank you for posting this; it will save me the time looking up the recipe in my old Fannie Farmer cookbook.
     
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    Raised Waffles Created by Nimz_
  3. kanakacreek
    These were great, Fanny Farmer knew what she was talking about. I think that maybe the chef who gave you one star forgot to turn on the waffle iron. :)
     
  4. pdantoinette
    Very yummy! We have dairy allergies, so I substituted 2 cups of Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk. And instead of sugar I used about 1 TB of pure maple syrup. They were gobbled up by everyone!
     
  5. Chef GrannyGrits
    I followed this recipe exactly (!) and my waffles weren't crispy, the batter was runny and the waffles became REAAAY soggy after putting syrup on them. I dumped the whole bowl of batter down the sink, after only 2 waffles.
     
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