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Rice Krispies Waffles (Cook's Country)

Rice Krispies Waffles (Cook's Country) created by KateL

Light and crispy waffles made fresh in minutes! I love the idea of using rice krispies to create crunchy air pockets. Ooh! how about using cocoa krispies? wow! Put here for safekeeping. :)

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  • Preheat traditional waffle iron to medium. Meanwhile, stir flour, Rice Krispies, cornstarch, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt together in large bowl. Whisk egg yolks, milk, vanilla, and oil together in medium bowl.
  • With electric mixer or balloon whisk, beat egg whites in bowl to soft peaks. Pour milk mixture over dry ingredients and whisk until combined. Whisk in beaten whites until just combined. Do not overmix; a few streaks of whites should be visible.
  • Pour 2/3 cup batter into center of preheated waffle iron and use back of dinner spoon to spread batter toward outer edges (batter should reach about 1/2 inch from edges of iron before closing lid). Make sure to fill the waffle iron as directed; if you don't use enough batter, the Rice Krispies can scorch.Close lid and cook until deep golden brown, 3 to 4 minutes. Serve immediately.
  • KEEPING THEM WARM: Waffles are best served right off the waffle iron, but they can be reheated so everyone can eat at once. Transfer the cooked waffles to a wire rack set on top of a baking sheet in a 400-degree oven and bake until crisp and hot, 3 to 5 minutes.
  • KEEPING THEM FROZEN: Waffles freeze beautifully. After cooling the waffles, wrap each in plastic, then freeze in a zipper-lock bag for up to one month. To serve, place the waffles on a wire rack set on a baking sheet and bake in a 400-degree oven until crisp and hot, about 5 minutes.
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"Light and crispy waffles made fresh in minutes! I love the idea of using rice krispies to create crunchy air pockets. Ooh! how about using cocoa krispies? wow! Put here for safekeeping. :)"
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  1. sallygoroundthemoon
    What a novel idea to add crisped rice. The crisped rice was not noticeable in the cooked waffles, which surprised me. They are quite good, but they were too sweet for our tastes to be a weekly standard waffle at our house.
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  2. KateL
    Delightful. At 2Bleu's urging this chocoholic used Cocoa Krispies and added 1 tsp dutch-processed cocoa. To accentuate the chocolate, I should have also used brown sugar instead of white sugar. This round gave a subtle chocolate flavor, and the Krispies were surprise accents. I have a Cuisinart Belgian Waffle 2-waffle machine, and I needed to use 3/4 cup of batter each round to get complete waffles. I set my waffle iron at 4.5. We each had 6 waffles, and froze 4 for later. I'll serve these when we have overnight guests. Made for Summer Photo Tag.
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  3. KateL
    Delightful. At 2Bleu's urging this chocoholic used Cocoa Krispies and added 1 tsp dutch-processed cocoa. To accentuate the chocolate, I should have also used brown sugar instead of white sugar. This round gave a subtle chocolate flavor, and the Krispies were surprise accents. I have a Cuisinart Belgian Waffle 2-waffle machine, and I needed to use 3/4 cup of batter each round to get complete waffles. I set my waffle iron at 4.5. We each had 6 waffles, and froze 4 for later. I'll serve these when we have overnight guests. Made for Summer Photo Tag.
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  4. KateL
    Rice Krispies Waffles (Cook's Country) Created by KateL
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  5. Sydney Mike
    Made these a couple of days ago & promptly misplaced the info I needed to post the review! We love waffles & I'm always willing to try something a little different! I did cut the recipe in half for the 2 of us, & we were very pleasantly surprised at how nicely these turned out! I had one with the light Karo syrup that I always enjoy, then used some pure maple syrup on the 2nd one & loved that one too! Guess I'm just easily satisfied! Anyway, you're posted a really nice recipe with this one, & I'm happy to keep it around for future making! Thanks for sharing it! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
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