Sift flour again and with baking powder, sugar, salt and soda into a bowl. Stir in nuts and orange peel. Beat egg yolks with buttermilk, oil, and mashed bananas: blend with dry ingredients. Whip egg whites until they hold peaks, and fold them into the batter. Bake on preheated waffle griddle until medium brown. Serve topped with sliced bananas, melted butter and syrup.
Thinking of a more savoury dinner type of waffle to use with the Smart Waffle 4 piece waffle maker?
Saute mushrooms and parsley in butter until mushrooms are cooked. Sprinkle caraway seed and salt. Stir in shrimp. Heat through. Stir in sour cream(and sherry if desired) and heat until just heated through. Serve on top of waffles.
If you’d like to skip buying prepared waffles you can make your own with this recipe. I just pop them in the toaster. Super easy, super yummy and great for a quick breakfast.
1 1/2 cups of regular all-purpose flour(sift before measuring)
3 tsp of baking powder
So these are my favourite waffle recipes. I think you’ll enjoy them all and with Christmas around the corner, I hope you’ll make the Gingerbread waffle. Kids love them. This post was written in collaboration with Breville Canada. All opinions are always my own.
*recipes were found on Breakfast & Brunch, circa 1966 by Sunset Books
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