Wednesday, 20 April 2011


When Marshall and I were in Europe they had the most amazing waffles! They were smaller then what we usually see out here, but rectangular and usually served with whip cream and Galati! We had them when ever we had the chance and wow I want one right now! (The best city for them was Florence right by the gold smith area of town, neat the main cannel)

Since we’ve been home I’ve tried as few times to replicate them but I haven’t done it yet. I’ve gotten close but not perfected it yet! If I do get to the perfect European waffle I’ll post again about it, but for now here’s a really great recipe for waffles.

1 ¾ cup Flour
1 tbsp Baking Powder
1 tbsp Sugar
½ tsp Salt
3 (large) Eggs
¼ cup Butter
1 ½ Milk

Whisk together milk, butter, and eggs. Put all dry ingredients into a bowl and mix together with a fork. Make a well in the centre of the dry ingredients and add milk mix; beat together.

Tip: Take out some of the wet ingredients to make a thicker mix: easier to work with and it often tastes a little better too.

Tip: When you’ve completed the mix add some chunks of brown sugar and mix throughout. When you cook the waffles they melt into a nice sugary glaze.

Have any good ideas, or substitutes for this....share them, leave a comment, I’d love to hear from you!!

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  1. They look fantastic! Whipping the egg white separately will make a very light waffle.
    Thanks for the nice comments on my blog! I'm enjoying yours, except now I have a HUGE craving for waffles this morning :)

  2. I do t think I've ever made waffles, I don't own a maker. They do look delicious.


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