Waffles for Two

"Classic waffle recipe that is just enough for two people (or one really hungry one)!"
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  • Heat waffle iron.
  • Combine the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt in a large bowl.
  • Whisk the milk, eggs, butter, and vanilla in another bowl.
  • Whisk the milk mixture into the dry ingredients just until the dry ingredients are moistened (lumps are OK!).
  • Pour about 1 cup (half the batter) into the center of your waffle iron. Bake according to your waffle iron until they are the crispness you enjoy.

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  1. At first when I saw this recipe I thought it would be good, but then when I finished making them I took a bite and they were gummy. These waffles were horrible and would not recommend them to anyone.
  2. This made 2 perfectly delicious Belgian waffles. It was very fast to put together. This is going in my Favorites of 2011 recipe cookbook.
  3. Perfect recipe for two people. Used 1% milk and turned out well. I’ll omit sugar next time, too sweet since I like syrup on my waffles. I’ll also try without cinnamon next time, just my preference. Heated waffle iron to highest setting (5) and browned too much; preferred middle setting (3). Will definitely use this recipe again with my edits.
  4. If you want a fluffy waffles, add more milk in it 1 cup , or more butter( 2 tbsp). And whip the egg white to peak form and add in the end , fold it into the batter carefully. Don't over mix it.
  5. I made these at 10:30 PM last night while watching Purge Anarchy... THESE ARE THE BEST HOMEMADE WAFFLES I'VE EVER MADE. Perfect consistency and absolutely easy/ delicious ??????


  1. Used vitamin d milk Let the batter sit
  2. You can use less sugar cause who needs a sweet waffle if you're putting syrup on it. You can substitute 1/4 cup oil for the butter. I use 2% milk instead of skim cause that's what I have in my fridge
  3. I substituted oat flour and added a half cup more but did everytning else the same and yum!


Hello, my name is Lindsay. I am a technical writer by day, food aficionado by night. I enjoy making all kinds of recipes for people, but in particular sweets!
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