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Awfully Good Waffles

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Serves 4

A really good recipe for delicious light waffles, specially for electric waffle makers.

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Ingredients

  • 250g Flour (plain)
  • 7g Baking powder
  • 20g Caster sugar
  • 5g Salt
  • 475ml Milk
  • 2 Eggs
  • 30ml Vegetable oil

Method

    1. Weigh all the dry ingredients, place in a large mixing bowl. Break the eggs into the milk and beat the mixture.
    2. Add the egg and milk mixture to the dry ingredients. Add the oil and mix all ingredients together until all the large lumps have been broken up. Do not over mix otherwise the waffles will be heavy when cooked.
    3. Pre heat the waffle maker and spray with oil (1 cal spray works well).
    4. Pour 3/4 of a cup of batter into the waffle maker and cook for 3-4 mins or until golden brown and crispy on the outside.
    5. Serve hot with maple syrup. Also good served with sliced banana or blueberries.
    6. Cooked waffles can be frozen and heated up in the toaster. Unused batter mixture can be kept in a container in the fridge for up to 2 days.

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rodduz
9th Jan, 2019
2.05
Tastes like an omelette
Evil.weasel
29th Dec, 2018
4.05
Gifted a Breville Waffle Maker for Christmas, and liked this menu as it didn’t involve using butter, veg oil instead. Dead easy to prepare, (no salt, my preference) but added a little vanilla essence as that is what many other recipes suggest. What can I say, it just worked, needed longer than 3 minutes, but clearly the timing is dependant on the equipment used and it’s power output. So the results were fine, but I suspect butter would be an improvement, but then I wouldn’t have used this recipe.
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Caitlin McGahan
29th Dec, 2018
1.05
This recipe ruined my friend and I's lovely morning. The waffles don't cook properly and no matter what you do, they taste like egg!!!!! Won't recommend this recipe to anyone else.
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Simon Griffin
8th Sep, 2018
5.05
This recipe is super simple & effortlessly creates perfect waffles every time. I cannot fault it... ;) thanks for making making waffles fun :D
marissaabjones
19th Aug, 2018
1.05
This recipe is awful. The mixture is so Watteau it’s impossible to get nice fluffy waffles out of it.
that_tilli
24th Jun, 2018
5.05
I don’t know why there are so many mixed reviews but this recipe is AMAZING for me! I have used this more times than I can count and it is really useful for trying out different flavours (My favourite is cinnamon)!
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dayle law
11th Mar, 2018
2.05
Why has this recipe got so much salt or any at all for that matter.
Young chef
27th Dec, 2017
5.05
I really enjoyed this waffle making recipe for a 13 year old boy. I had recently got a waffle press for christmas and was eger to try it out so I found this recipe and bought the ingredients. I made these waffles for my family which they all really enjoyed some of them had yoghurt on theirs with fruit but me and my sister had golden syrup on ours. Which no matter what topping we had. We all thought it was scruptious.
Ecl1407
10th Dec, 2017
1.05
Too salty and not enough sugar :( made these waffles with my waffle maker and they cooked okay, although the mixture was really runny. Wish I'd added a pinch of salt and more sugar
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Magsprlady
27th Jul, 2017
5.05
I really cannot understand the comments on this board. Did they read the recipe? I only read them because I decided to print out the recipe to say working from my iPad when making it. This actually works a lot better in my waffle maker than the recipe that came with it. The advice to add more sugar was a good one but that's a taste issue. I had run out of baking powder so used plain bicarb (which I always have in the cupboard) Had no problem with the quantity of milk - mixed it well and it had some lumps but this was not in the finished product. This recipe has become a firm family favourite.

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Rahul Chawathe
14th Aug, 2018
Add only one pinch of salt!! 5g is way too much. You may need to add 50g more flour as well, make sure you sift it first though :)
schick
9th Jan, 2016
5.05
approx conversions if you can't be bothered weighing: 2 cups flour 2.7 tsp baking powder 1.6 tablespoon caster sugar 1 tsp salt 2 eggs 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 cups milk