Oatmeal Waffle Recipe

Oatmeal adds texture and taste to an already delicious breakfast entrée as well as an unexpected nutritional boost. It is a superb addition to the traditional or Belgian waffle. In addition, oatmeal is an excellent source of fiber and nutrients that some scientific researchers say may reduce the risk of cancer. Other research shows that oatmeal contains many essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants and that it is a good source of protein, complex carbohydrates and iron. When you mix all of the health benefits with the joy of sharing waffles with your loved ones, how can you resist this Oatmeal waffle recipe?

For this Oatmeal waffle recipe we will need:


1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 cup quick-cooking rolled oats
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 eggs – slightly beaten
1 1/2 cups milk
6 tablespoons melted butter
2 tablespoons brown sugar


1. Take a large mixing bowl and sift in flour, baking powder, cinnamon and salt.

2. Then stir in oatmeal, and make sure all the dry ingredients are well mixed. When you are done set this bowl aside and take another smaller one.

3. Use it to mix eggs, milk, butter and brown sugar until all ingredients are thoroughly blended together.

4. Now add the liquids to the flour mixture and use a spoon or electric mixer to mix until the mixture is smooth and the waffle batter is done.

6. Lightly grease your waffle maker if you need to and pour the batter on to preheated grids. Close the lid of your waffle maker, and do not open until your delicious oatmeal waffles are done.

This Oatmeal waffle recipe will feed 4 people.


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05.04.2009. 01:14

Comments

Dennis Dippary 16.04.2009. 17:50

OMG! These are delicious! and VERY filling! I am a big eater, and one serving, with sausage and eggs, TOTALLY filled me up! I think I found my new favorite pancake. The texture is very pleasing. I thought the oatmeal would make it, well, like a bowl of oatmeal, but it all comes together beautifully. The only thing I would change is more cinnamon. But I love cinnamon.

kev 24.06.2009. 17:13

they were so good, i added extra cinnamon and some chocolate chips, and they were awesome!!

Toni 18.07.2009. 18:35

These are excellent! I loved the flavor and the fact that they are so filling. I did add about 1/2 teaspoon more of cinnamon. I was able to make one waffle for myself and refrigerate the batter for three more glorius meals! I did not get tired of eating them at all!

jill 25.09.2009. 11:05

Very good and very filling. I doubled the recipe as I always found I was short with a family of four. But this was so filling that one waffle filled each person up...but no one will complain about the leftovers.

elizabeth 28.11.2009. 09:52

Waffles were yummy. Not light at all. I am very full and I only had one. Thanks for the receipe

Sikhu 21.12.2009. 20:38

Easy and delicious. Was my first time to make waffle! Used margarine instead of butter.Will definately be making more.

R. Stillwell 30.01.2010. 10:47

I modified the recipe slightly by adding 2 tsp Vanilla and I used 1 tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice instead of 1/2 tsp cinnamon.

My waffles weren't heavy at all. They were light and fluffy but still very filling and the pumpkin pie spice made the entire house smell great all day.

If you want waffles in a hurry this is definitely better than you'll ever get out of a box!

I have an 8" Round Belgian Waffle maker and this recipe made 3 waffles.

Lorena 16.05.2010. 15:53

Hi, I just made this recipe and it was delicious! My kids and my husband love it! This is my first time in your site, thanks for sharing all this great yummy recipes! I´ll link it to my blog so more people from Spain can try it!! ciao

ashna 30.05.2010. 03:58

I tired the recipe for first time. It was really yummmy. There are just two person in my family but i made the recipe for 4 person. It was enough for 2. There were no leftovers, because my husband loves waffles:-)

Rob Davis 01.08.2010. 14:40

I purchased a bargain waffle iron from Target, a simple "two slice" one, as they described it. What a disappointment....it took forever to heat up, produced only two smallish waffles at a time, and the results were a lackluster, limp waffle. After much searching, I came across a used Magic Chef iron at a Goodwill store for $5.00 and took a chance. What a difference! It heats up quickly, makes a circle of 5 heart-shaped waffles with a crispy outside and tender inside, perfect for my tastes and my daughter's taste. If you're short on cash, don't pass up bargain and thrift stores for a chance to get great waffle irons that other don't want anymore.

Nancy 06.09.2010. 08:58

Hmmm, these were really filling a delicious, perfect for a crisp Fall day! We used non-instant rolled oats - they needed a little bit more time to sit so the oats could absorb the liquid, a dash of vanilla and a litle extra cinammon!

Bill 16.12.2010. 06:41

Made it just as instructed, and they came out great! Will easily make 8 8" waffles (I made 5 and saved the remaining batter to make more tomorrow morning). Nutrition info below (created using caloriecount.about.com):

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 125 g

Amount Per Serving
Calories 224Calories from Fat 94
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 10.4g16%
Saturated Fat 5.9g30%
Trans Fat 0.0g
Cholesterol 70mg23%
Sodium 187mg8%
Total Carbohydrates 26.9g9%
Dietary Fiber 1.2g5%
Sugars 4.8g
Protein 6.1g

Vitamin A 12% • Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 18% • Iron 18%

Nutrition Grade B
* Based on a 2000 calorie diet

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Cat 28.05.2011. 20:25

Made these tonight (found from a Google search). They were fine with using old-fashioned oats, which I let sit a bit after mixing because of an earlier comment.

These were amazing and I'm totally adding this to my recipe files! And yes, I added a touch more cinnamon like everyone suggested. YUM!!

Mary Farrer 22.10.2011. 17:38

I Mashed and heated thawed frozen strawberries with Stevia. Delicious.

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