The Crispiest Waffle
(8 servings) Printable Version
Stir together the dry ingredients: flour, yeast, sugar and salt. Stir the melted butter into the dry ingredients. Stir in the warm milk and vanilla until combined. Cover with plastic wrap. Leave overnight out on the counter.
In the morning:
The batter should look frothy. Heat waffle iron as you usually do. Add the egg yolks to the batter. Whip the egg whites to stiff peaks and fold carefully into the batter. This batter will rise a little more than usual, so test out a waffle or two before you really get started.
You can also make it more healthy by adding half wheat and white flours, or adding a little flaxseed meal and oat bran to the mix. Perfect waffles!
Mr Breakfast would like to thank Pistons_Rule for this recipe.
Recipe number 2052. Submitted 6/7/2007.
Comments About This Recipe
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Based on 2 votes.
JAYSON... Yes you can get 110C on milk, just use a pressure cooker. If you wanna criticize someone's else questions at least get to know some physics first! But anyway... it not just you that need some physics classes. :)
Comment submitted: 12/20/2010 (#11753)
From Holly Day
I always want to have this recipe I try this and is great, my kids love them!!!
Comment submitted: 12/14/2008 (#7124)
Jason, thats Degrees F not C! (USA hasn't made it to the metric age yet...)
Comment submitted: 9/3/2008 (#6387)
Can you even get milk to 110 degrees? I thought the BP of milk was about the same as water 100 degrees.
Comment submitted: 4/12/2008 (#5035)
From florida222 (Team Breakfast Member)
Made this morning with much success. Sooo much better than a mix or frozen.
Comment submitted: 3/11/2008 (#4809)
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