These are some good waffles. So good that we have them every single weekend. And it’s my husband’s ‘gig’ to make them – which makes them even better.
Sometimes we top them with strawberries and whipped cream and sometimes with some good ol’ maple syrup.
I still cringe about giving my little girl syrup so she usually doesn’t get any. But she doesn’t really know what she’s missing and is perfectly content just dipping her waffles in some whipped cream.
Anyone else try limit the liquid sugar for little ones?
I just feel like it doesn’t do anything nutritionally for her and she gets lots of natural sugars in the fruit… She has lots of time to consume those things when she’s older, right?
1 c. whole wheat flour
1 c. white flour
2.5 tsp baking powder
1 tsp cinnamon
2 1/4 c. milk
1/4 c. butter
1/2 c. frozen berries (blueberries or raspberry work best)
1. Place flour, baking powder, and cinnamon into bowl (all ingredients will end up in here so make it a big one)
2. Separate the eggs into a yolks bowl and a whites bowl.
3. Beat the egg whites until foamy. Set aside.
4. Add butter to the yolk mixture and beat until combined. Add the milk and mix well.
5. Pour yolk mixture into flour bowl. Beat until combined.
6. Pour egg whites into flour bowl. Beat until combined.
7. Add in berries and stir till just combined.
8. Pour batter onto your waffle maker and enjoy.
Note: If you want the waffles to be more on the fluffy side, add more white flour and less whole wheat flour (whole wheat makes it a little heavier)
Another Saturday, Another Waffle Breakfast Feast. #Yum.
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