Saturday, 25 March 2017

Breakfast Waffles

or break the rules and eat them when you like.

Browsing through Instagram this morning, on an empty stomach, my feed was full of yummy breakfasts. I didn't have much time to make something.

Twinion 2 has a Mud Run to complete today and later a Cub Campfire night so he was off helping his Dad collect firewood.

I whipped these up in 5 mins with Twinion 1 helping 

(Sadly, he is missing the Kids' Mud Run due to an a Blunt eye injury 3 weeks ago and he can't take any chances or risk permanent vision impairment in his good eye - to his advantage he used the excuse to get out of gathering firewood and he missed almost 3 weeks of school)






  • 150g self-raising flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 tsp caster sugar  (I used 2 of cinnamon sugar)
  • 1 free-range egg
  • 1 cup milk
  • vanilla extract or vanilla bean ground (optional)
Method
  1. Turn on Waffle machine
  2. Mix dry ingredients together in a bowl.
  3. Beat in the egg gradually, then slowly add the milk whisking to get as smooth a batter as you can. Adjust with a little more milk if too thick to ladle/pour.
  4. Once it’s hot, ladle in batter mixture to suit machine size, following your machine instructions until your waffles are cooked to your preference – medium to dark is best - (mine has a green light when it’s ready and hasn’t failed me yet) – carefully open because it can separate into halves.
  5. Top with your favourite breakfast topping combos – omit Cinnamon sugar/ground vanilla if having savoury breakfast combos.
I didn’t need to use any butter or oil or spray to grease – depends on your waffle machine..

PS: I never said I was a food blogger and I had like 30secs to take a photo.

RATING : Super easy - my 10yr and I - took 5 mins tops (with him helping lol) to mix and create first waffle.

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