Great Recipe! Mmmm yummie!
These turned out to be deep fried waffles - not my 1st choice. So much oil in the batter that syrup doesn't penetrate the end product. I recommend skipping the oil. Double the recipe to get more than a personal serving.
They do seem like they're deep fried. Not my favorite either.
Superb plain waffle; made exactly as suggested, and turned out better than anything I have bought in many years of rapacious waffle-hunting. Easily enough for two hungry piglets (once cream and syrup are added liberally). Used Canola oil, and I didn't have any oil problem in my case.
Just made the recipe as recommended (we used half milk/buttermilk since that was what was in the fridge)and I have to say these are the best waffles I have ever eaten! We are a family of four so we doubled the recipe and had a little extra.
i dont wanna wait 30 minutes !! :O
how many does this yield???
I will certainly will try this recipe!
I search for healthier foods...that's why I prefer to prepare the waffles myself at home if possible...
I'll try a mix of white and whole wheat flour and unrefined sugarcane or some natural syrup.
Which type of oil could be good for this recipe? Sunflower oil? (its taste it's not too strong).
Baking soda is the same than sodium bicarbonate used for cooking?
Thanks in advance!
Is baking soda the same as sodium bicarbonate for cooking?
maria, it's the same, I think it's even the same as baking powder...I mean it has the same effect..
I always use sunflower oil.
Hey, just trying out the recipe now.. not waiting 30 minutes though only 15... we'll see how it turns out. So far.. it seems to runny and ran out of my waffle maker.... they are thinner than any waffles i've made but that could be because i only waited 15 min?. Nice golden brown. and now for taste... I only used 1/4 cup oil.. but you can definatley taste the "deep fried" taste. They are alright. But if you want a good hearty crispy waffle i recommend the work and make a belgian.
It was wonderful, when it enters your moth the waffle just melts..... It is great thanks guys...
baking powder and baking soda are not the same, so don't use 3/4 either baking powder or soda or your waffles will taste like pretzels, but not salty or crisp (one to avoid, I think).
By the way, thanks very much for the site, oh Waffle People of Internet Land. Very tasty!
OMG - I made these waffles hoping to find something a little different than that "Bisquick" recipe. I actually had all of the ingredients in the cubbard. I doubled it since I was cooking for 6 (we had kids sleeping over). This was the first time every waffle was consumed. Like every parent who cooks, we get to eat last. So, while hearing all of these wonderful comments about my waffles, I had to take a little bite of my kids. They were awesome! I made these last Saturday..... I am making them again tomorrow. Once you've tried these waffles you will never again visit the baking isle and purchase "Bisquick" again.
Cheers to the waffle recipe inventor. My hats is off to you :-).
These were pretty good, I didn't let them sit for 30 minutes, but cooked a little longer, they were great!
I had the same great experience Keith had.
I had my mom and sister and her baby sleep over plus my three kids and me!
I searched for a recipe and chose this one because it seemed like a classic recipe.
We let it set for the entire 30 minutes and they turned out delicious.
Today, I am trying it again, but I ran out of enough flour and am substituting more corn starch in it's place. So, it's reversed: 3/4 c corn starch and 1/4 c flour. I hope they turn out. Right now I'm waiting the 30 minutes. The batter is super runny right now.
This recipe makes 8 waffles in my machine when tripled. WARNING: When doubling or tripling, use less baking soda for every part. These are worth waiting for!! One of the best recipes I've ever had! Excellent with real Maple Syrup and strawberries!!
MMMMMM.... YUMMY WAFFLES JUST BY READING THIS RECIPE IT SOUNDS DELICIOUS.THANKS FOR THIS RECIPE!!1
We all just consumed it....and LOVED it! It was not only easy to make but so delicious. I followed the recipe exactly (just double the amount)and it was like eating cake. Thank you so much!
I doubled the recipe & didn't use exact measurements. I rounded the flour up to approx. 2 cups (I used whole wheat). I also used Olive Oil.
Batter was somewhat thick :)
Turned out really really good!!
I made these this morning and they turned out GREAT! I did wait the 30 minutes and they came out fluffy and moist. The family loved them and I'll be making them again for sure! =)
I love my waffles extra crispy. Without the cornstarch a waffle is limp, I might as well have eaten a biscuit. The portion is just enough for 4 waffles, more than enough. Thank you!
Awesome waffles thanks for the recipe. I also freeze them between wax paper,and then toast them.
No one has said they used soy milk instead of whole milk or buttermilk. We only use soy milk and wonder if this will work.
cannot wait doubling the recipe for family of four
Hi from France ! Did it without baking soda , was missing in my kitchen . Next time i'll try with less oil , and try also with butter and let you know . Anyway they were very good . I topped them with some "sucre glace" (very thin white sugar) . Many thanks for this nice web site.
Bon appétit tout le monde !
mine were not so amazing, they were limp and not fluffly... :(
next time ill try the belgian recipe..
i did wait 30 min, could something have gone wrong with the soda? i used sodium bcorbonat..
Will be making this on Christmas morning. The waffle maker is a gift. Can't wait...will report how they are. Merry Christmas everyone.
Really love these, nice and fluffy.
These were delicious! I'm very glad I stumbled upon this site before making them! I didn't wait the full 30 minutes. I think it really just depends on the waffle maker.
Just made these with the new Christmas present waffle maker. The first one I made was a little limp, but set to slightly darker, the next one was nice and crisp. Just like a waffle should be. So much easier than the other recipes where you have to seperate the eggs and then fold the whites back in.
We love these! So much easier than whipping the egg whites but just as fluffy. Also very versatile. I sometimes add raw wheat germ or flax seed and switch around the flours. Makes exactly 3 Belgian size waffles,