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    Quote Originally Posted by SSecret Squirrel View Post
    This thread is making me want to buy a waffle maker.
    @Elijahs Mum can you please share your waffle recipe.
    Sure! I've played around with a few and this is the best one I've found , you can add sugar ( 1/4 cup) but since we usually use maple syrup over them I don't think you need the extra sugar!

    125g melted butter ( I use lurpak)
    3 large eggs lightly beaten ( I use organic)
    2 cups Self raising flour sifted
    1-3/4 cup milk ( I use A2)
    1 Teaspoon vanilla extract

    Mix just with a wooden spoon - melted butter, milk, eggs and vanilla into sifted flour and sugar - mix but don't over beat and don't stress if it's a bit lumpy! My waffle maker is really good, I set it at setting 6 and in 4 and a half mins you get light fluffy waffles, crispy on the outside

    This makes 8 big ones - I usually double or triple the mix as they freeze really well and easily defrost in the toaster - at home we have them with banana strawberries and maple syrup but at my waffle station for special
    Occasions I usually have:

    Caramel sauce
    Rubarb compote
    Strawberry compote
    Chopped fruit - banana, kiwi, berries
    Walnuts
    Good quality vanilla ice cream
    Whipped cream
    Honeycomb butter
    Maple syrup
    Bacon
    Fried eggs
    Chocolate fountain ( those cheap ones from big w!)

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    Thanks @Elijahs Mum

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    Never had a waffle? Of the horror lol

    Waffles look like this:

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    They can also be round or even heart shaped but the indentations are consistent. Good for holding syrup, chocolate etc... Mind you savoury waffles are also lovely.

    There are dozens of recipes online and most waffle irons come with a booklet. There are different types eg Belgian waffles which are very sweet. I make DS2 a waffle that very simple (and healthy) with just wholemeal flour, milk, butter, eggs, baking powder (as raising agent), and cinnamon. So no sugar at all.

    As I said on my earlier post they freeze well and reheat in the toaster so make a great mid week breakfast.
    Ok.....I think I may of had them in Greece but not here.
    I know I'm bad....ok....ill wait for the sale and get one.

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    I have this one. It was about $80 from the good guys a few years ago. It makes yummy waffles and I only use the recipe in the instruction book ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1469616170.609865.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1469616179.912600.jpg

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