OUR… first waffle recipe called for oat and quinoa flours, which we realize not everyone has on hand, or has access to.
SO, Bruce wrote up this easier, All Purpose Flour waffle recipe, for your waffle enjoyment. You don’t need a fancy or expensive waffle iron – his mom’s 40 year old one, after a little seasoning by use, works terrific. Once you master the time & temp amounts, waffles are an easy, comforting go-to hard-day dinner, with ingredients you probably already have in your pantry.
** Waffles- light & quick version **
Servings: 4 waffles
1 cup AP flour
2 T baking powder
¼ tsp salt
1 T corn starch or tapioca flour
1 cup milk
2 T melted unsalted butter
1 T sugar
Wire whip, 2 mixing bowls (approximately 2 quart size), waffle maker, 4 ounce ladle, spray oil
- Place all dry ingredients in one mixing bowl. Mix thoroughly with a whip.
- Place all wet ingredients in the other mixing bowl. Mix thoroughly.
- Sift the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients. Using the whip or fork, stir only until combined. Do not over mix. Batter must rest for about 10 minutes.
- Turn on waffle maker to high temp. When waffle maker is at high temp, lightly spray the cooking surface.
- Ladle 4 ounces of the batter onto the cooking surface
- You will have to experiment with the temp and time, as each waffle maker varies in cooking time
Top with fruit, toasted nuts, compote, honey, etc, – and enjoy!
Cheers, and Happy Eating!