Apple Cinnamon Waffles
(6 servings) Printable Version
How To Make Apple Cinnamon Waffles
Sift together flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Set aside.
In a small bowl, beat egg whites until stiff; set aside.
In a medium bowl, beat egg yolks well. Stir in milk.
Add sifted dry ingredients to egg yolks and mix until moistened (be careful not to over mix).
Add vegetable oil. Fold in egg whites.
Pour cinnamon in mixture. Stir.
Add apples. Blend lightly into mixture.
Bake in preheated waffle maker for at least 4 to 5 minutes, until crisp and brown.
You can also try adding different fruits and spices instead of apple and cinnamon. For toppings, maple syrup is great, as is apple sauce and a dollop of whipping cream.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank Sarah_12 for this recipe.
Comments About This Recipe
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From K. J.
Omg... I just made this and my husband and son loved it as well as I. The only thing is that I didn't make a double batch. I got 4 waffle. I could have gotten 5 waffles out of it but I second guessed.
Comment submitted: 9/13/2014 (#18993)
I tried this recipe today. It was delicious! I actually grated my apple and it cooked perfectly in the waffles :)
Comment submitted: 2/24/2014 (#17326)
Add apple slices separately, one to each section of the waffles. Or dice the apples so they spread out more evenly when you pour the batter into the iron.
Comment submitted: 7/23/2013 (#16196)
Our favorite new, go-to waffles. Thanks! They are the very best!
Comment submitted: 7/21/2013 (#16188)
Awesome, Easy, Delicious Recipe. Came out perfect!!
Comment submitted: 6/1/2013 (#15982)
From Crpaez (Team Breakfast Member)
I love to make this waffle recipe. It's easy and quick. Thanks!
Comment submitted: 4/17/2013 (#15696)
From Plugger602 (Team Breakfast Member)
What would be the best kind of apples to use on this recipe?
Comment submitted: 3/28/2013 (#15500)
From Marko H.
Good stuff! I especially like the edges where bits of apple touch the waffle plates and get a little caramelized. We just used butter and maple syrup for the topping.
Comment submitted: 11/19/2012 (#14879)
These came out perfect, with no substitutions. Wish I'd have read the comments and added a bit of vanilla, though. I don't make waffles often, but I'll keep this recipe around.
Comment submitted: 10/14/2012 (#14630)
From Beth H.
Can you freeze these waffles? They seem really nice!
Comment submitted: 1/7/2012 (#13399)
Thumbs up! Made as directed except softened the apples first like the comment from Justine suggested. Served with maple syrup. Everyone like it.
Comment submitted: 1/5/2012 (#13389)
I like to soften the apple by cooking the pieces in a small sauce pan with just a teaspoon or two of butter. I think the softer texture works better in the waffles, plus it ends up having more of an apple pie flavor as opposed to a fresh apple flavor.
Comment submitted: 11/2/2011 (#13104)
Easy recipe. Tastes great! I added 2 TBS wheat germ, 1 tsp vanilla, 1 tbs sugar (as recommended by others) and shredded the apple. Very good. Needed to add more milk probably because of the wheat germ. Very tasty. Cinnamon was just right as stated in the recipe. Not too strong. My daughter (picky and preschooler) LOVED it!
Comment submitted: 4/3/2011 (#12384)
From annie0 (Team Breakfast Member)
Comment submitted: 1/26/2011 (#11997)
I halved the recipe and it was great. I only added 1/2 the apple to the mix and then baked the other half in the micro with cinnamon and brown sugar. Cover the apples and cook about 1 1/2 min then mix and cook 1 1/2 min again or until tender.
Comment submitted: 1/2/2011 (#11828)
Awesome recipe. Lots of flavor. Thanks.
Comment submitted: 12/20/2010 (#11748)
From VA City
I think your recipe was pretty cool.
Comment submitted: 4/11/2010 (#10281)
The mascot for MrBreakfast.com looks like a snowman with a hint of a hobo. See ya amigos. Butter on my toast.
Comment submitted: 2/16/2010 (#9731)
Followed the recipe with just two change. I grated the apple and cut back the cinnamon to about 1/2 teaspoon. The result was heavy waffles with soggy interior, albeit crispy on the outside. They also tasted more of cinnamon than apple even with reduced spice.
Comment submitted: 1/9/2010 (#9423)
From S2KS2K (Team Breakfast Member)
These were super yum! I added the extra tbsp of sugar as others recommended and I grated the apple. Definitely would make these again!
Comment submitted: 11/22/2009 (#9081)
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