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In another bowl, whisk buttermilk, eggs and melted butter until well combined; gently stir into the dry ingredients until moistened and smooth.
Bake in a preheated waffle iron according to manufacturer's directions until golden brown.
Serve with peanut butter and/or applesauce if desired.
Whole grain waffles with oats and whole wheat flour. The buttermilk can be replaced with regular milk if desired.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank baseball27 for this recipe.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Oatmeal Waffles?
From ender1 (Team Breakfast Member)
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 5 votes.
Made them with low-fat milk and replaced the sugar with Stevia. For the topping, I used sliced strawberries and low-fat maple pancake syrup. It was pretty good. They didn't get as crisp on the edges as I usually like, but they tasted great.
Comment submitted: 8/28/2013 (#16302)
From Val R.
I wish these recipes had nutrition information.
Comment submitted: 7/25/2012 (#14187)
Awful recipe. Agree with Idara. That's not waffles.
Comment submitted: 4/6/2008 (#4965)
As idara noted, it separated and was oily. I helped it by adding about 1/2 cup white flour after the first batch and they turned out pretty good after that.
Comment submitted: 2/15/2008 (#4626)
From idara (Team Breakfast Member)
Inedible. The batter was too runny and the oats separated from it. I made one and it was oily and not crisp at all, though I cooked it a minute longer than I usually cook waffles.
Comment submitted: 1/11/2008 (#4356)
Very good!!! Light, fluffy, and hearty...like being at my grandma's!
Comment submitted: 11/4/2006 (#641)
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