Found 20 recipes for: waf-300
The pancake plates make perfectly shaped eggs for this delicious and simple breakfast sandwich.
Sweet and light, these pancakes are a favorite.
A great change-up from regular maple syrup – the color of the syrup adds nice color to any breakfast plate.
This is a Southern staple in many households that you can easily make for your family. The chicken is best when marinated overnight, but if you are in a hurry you can have it marinate for a minimum of 3 hours.
When making the bacon for these waffles, be sure to save the bacon grease to incorporate into the batter – it gives the waffles a tasty smoky flavor. If that is too intense, vegetable oil can be used in its place.
Kids will love having chocolate for breakfast, but these waffles also make a delicious dessert when topped with whipped cream or ice cream and berries.
Just like our buttermilk waffles, but without the gluten, these are light and crispy. They are extra- decadent when served with fresh fruit.
Buckwheat imparts a nutty flavor to
these waffles – they pair great with our
Blueberry Maple syrup on page 14.
This is the more authentic way of preparing waffles. The flavor cannot be matched!
The recipe makes enough for two batches of waffles, but increase it for however many mouths you need to feed. The waffles freeze well and can be reheated quickly in a toaster oven.
These pancakes have a pleasant texture and taste – multigrains never tasted so good!
For a more classic presentation, use the Buttermilk Waffle recipe on page 8. If you are in the mood for a bit more of an indulgence, use the Chocolate Brownie Waffle, page 11,
for those chocolate lovers.
These crispy, savory waffles are good to serve with soup or your favorite chili in place of corn muffins. You may also try them with scrambled eggs and bacon for brunch or supper.
The aroma of sweet cinnamon that fills your kitchen while these are baking is reason enough to whip up a batch of these delicious waffles!
These waffles are simply our Buttermilk Waffles with a few added ingredients. They are fresh and sweet – perfect when paired with warm maple syrup.
A great mix of whole grains, healthy oils and nuts. Skip the sugary syrups and top with fresh fruit.
Fresh, homemade waffles make breakfast
a special occasion. Freeze the extras to use
when time is short.
Having a batch of this mix at the ready will allow you to make one batch of four waffles at a time. Just prepare as much or as little as you need. Our version is much healthier than purchased mixes.