Strawberry, Blueberry or Raspberry Waffles

This recipe is works great with strawberries, blueberries or raspberries. It is delicious and can be made year round because it doesn't matter whether you use fresh berries when they are in season or if your berries are frozen.

Note: The night before you make your waffles...Cut fresh strawberries in half. Leave blueberries and raspberries whole. Sprinkle your fruit with sugar and refrigerate over night. In the morning, drain the berries, set the juice aside, and cut 1 cup of strawberries or raspberries into small pieces.

If using frozen berries, thaw the berries thoroughly. In the morning, drain the berries, set the syrup aside and cut 1 cup of the strawberries or raspberries into small pieces.


1 pint fresh berries


1 10 ounce package of frozen berries

1 1/3 cups all-purpose flour

1 teaspoon baking soda

2 teaspoons white sugar

1/3 teaspoon salt

3 eggs1 1/3 cups milk

1/3 cup melted butter

2 teaspoons baking powder

1 cup butter

2/3 cup brown sugar

1 cup whole fruit (slice strawberries if they are exceptionally large)

1 tablespoon berry syrup or juice from fresh berries

Optional - whipped cream, non-dairy whipped topping, chopped nuts, maraschino cherries.

How To MakeStrawberry / Blueberry / Raspberry Waffles

1.Sift the flour, baking soda, baking powder, white sugar, and salt together in a large mixing bowl.

2.Whisk all liquid ingredients - eggs; juice, syrup or juice; milk and melted butter together in a small bowl.

3.Add liquid ingredients and fruit to the flour mixture and stir by hand or with an electric mixer until the batter is smooth.

4.Stir in berries.

5.Pour batter onto waffle iron and bake until steam is no longer visible.

6.Spoon on remaining berries, syrup or juice.

7.Add whipped cream, non-dairy whipped topping and chopped nuts to taste

8.Top it all off with a maraschino cherry and enjoy!

This recipe will make enough waffles for 6 people. Enjoy!

(submitted by Mary)

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49 Rating: 3.6/10 (172 votes cast)

19.09.2010. 07:48


David Weber 25.09.2010. 17:19

too much soda.
waaaayyyy too much salt.
virtually inedible.

Mark 28.09.2010. 03:47

@David, unfortunately the 1/ was lost somewhere in the posting process. It should be 1/3 teaspoon salt. And 1 teaspoon baking soda

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