Making waffles: an easy and quick recipe
Sunday morning, a morning without haste! We sleep late and have a late breakfast. It’s actually more of a brunch. An egg belongs, usually boiled, but sometimes a bouncer.
Occasionally I unpack. With pancakes or waffles. But those waffles, how do you actually make them?
Making your own waffles
The first time I wanted to make waffles, I was shocked by the amount of complicated recipes I found for them. At first I thought at the time; ‘never mind.’ But he who searches will find and suddenly I came across a very simple recipe for making waffles in a Boodschappen ( magazine of Deen and Boni, among others). Today I like to share them with you.
I try really hard, but am not that much of a kitchen princess. In my head yes, but the practical implementation is never as good as I thought it would be. Frustrating? Pretty well.
In my head I make the most beautiful cupcakes and cakes, but in the real world, they never look so spectacular. Luckily I have a lovely audience who always enjoy eating all my baked goods! And especially no comments.
Waffle iron and more
But anyway waffles, you can’t go wrong with that. I have a fantastic waffle iron in which you can make not only waffles but also sandwiches and poffertjes and even grill them. This is it super easy, because with a click you just put another iron in and use it again for a sandwich or poffertjes. But through with the waffles.
Ages ago I wanted to make these and only came across complicated recipes. Recipes where I had to leave the dough for a while or use ingredients I didn’t have in the house. But then I came across this recipe.
They added a lot more, but I left that part out Last Sunday I made them and the result was a success! We ate our fingers on it.
Making waffles quickly and easily
Here is the recipe as I made it for 10 waffles.
- 300 gr self rising flour
- 100 grams better
- 2 sachets of vanilla sugar
- 100 grams of white caster sugar
- 2 eggs
- 400 ml of milk
Turn on the waffle iron. Melt butter in a pan. Put the self-rising baking flour, caster sugar and vanilla sugar in a bowl.
Add the butter and mix well. Add the two eggs and slowly pour in e 400 ml of milk. Mix well.
Put a little oil on the waffle irons and fill the clouds completely with the mixture. Leave it for about 4 minutes and see if the waffles come off the iron.