These waffles look a lot fancier than they actually are. They're just buttermilk waffles dipped in chocolate. Shut up and go make them.
This is probably one of the most easiest waffle recipes to make, you will most likely have these ingredients somewhere in your pantry already. These are great since they take no time at all to whip up and the procedure is pretty straight forward, super quick and easy.
This bad ass recipe is inspired by zucchini fritters, and of course we added bacon because bacon makes everything better. So pop on your wizard outfits and whip out your waffle irons because it'd be weird making waffles wearing anything else.
We followed our monkey instincts and decided to add some banana to our waffles. And the results were spectacular. The natural moisture and sweetness of the banana lead to a waffle with a dense, moist delicious batter. These waffles are a great way to use up any over ripe bananas that are lurking around the kitchen and are a healthier alternative to our classic waffles as they require less fat and sugar due to the addition of the banana's.
We already know waffles are an amazing textural taste experience, with crisp outsides and an airy interior – waffles are to die for. The addition of blueberries leads to explosions of sweet-tart flavor that brings already awesome waffles to the next level.
It is well known that adding chocolate chips to most things makes it better. Cookies. Pancakes, and in this case waffles. This Chocolate Chip Waffle recipe is essentially our classical waffle batter, slightly modified to go perfectly with choc chips. So if you like stumbling upon pockets of melted chocolate within a crisp, airy batter then you are in for a treat.
These chocolate waffles are an upgraded version of our standard Belgium waffles. With just the right amount of cocoa, the waffles become perfectly chocolatey without losing their iconic crunchy exterior and airy interior. Feel free to add chocolate chips to bring these waffles to the next level.
This is our Classic Waffle batter recipe that is sure to be a hit with the whole family. This recipe was inspired by Belgium waffles, however must people don't have the time to use yeast in their waffles so this batter is the next best thing. Using whipped egg whites and baking powder as rising agents leads to a quick, easy, light and crisp waffle that is easy to reproduce time and time again.