I love crispy waffles... as opposed to soggy ones. Here's a super easy recipe that I found here. The best part is that you do all the work the night before so that all you have to do in the morning is heat your waffle iron and go to town.
Easy Crispy WafflesFriday night, Brandon treated me to a scoop of cookie dough ice cream in a chocolate dipped waffle cone and a nice long stroll with Acacia. We came home and put Muffin to bed and then watched the fireworks from the little balcony off our bedroom. It was great.
2 cups flour (of course, I just freshly ground whole wheat, but you can use whatever)
1 1/2 tsp instant yeast
1/2 tsp salt
1 stick melted butter
2 cups warm milk
2 tsp vanilla
1 Tbsp honey
Combine dry ingredients in large bowl. Combine butter and milk. Add to dry ingredients. Whisk eggs and vanilla together. Add to large bowl and mix everything until well combined. Cover with plastic wrap and stick in the fridge until the morning (10 to 24 hours). OR you can cover it and leave it out for about an hour or so.
Prepare waffle iron. Stir batter to deflate it (it should be puffy and frothy). Pour by the cupful into your iron. Should make about 10 waffles. If you aren't eating them right away, don't stack them until they've cooled or they'll get soggy and all that work will be for nothing.
We like ours topped with homemade whipped cream. A half pint heavy whipping cream + 1 Tbsp honey + 1 tsp vanilla. Whip it good. Don't forget to lick the beaters!
Saturday was another great day and I even got some sewing done! More pictures of that when I actually finish my projects.