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Waffle sandwiches for breakfast

Making Waffle Sandwiches for Breakfast

by Ben Panny

Make breakfast into a tastier experience and a a lot more thrilling meal for you as well as your family. Following trying out these waffle sandwich recipes, you most likely will not will need an alarm clock to awaken your kids up. Their excitement alone will awaken them up and pull them to the dining table first thing during the morning. Before learning how you can make delicious waffle sandwiches, discover first easiest homemade waffle recipe. The moment you have learned this, everything's possible for breakfast.

Basic Homemade Waffle Recipe for Breakfast

This uncomplicated recipe for homemade waffles will give you fantastic waffles which can be delicious even when in plain but even more delicious with toppings and sandwich filling. You'll be able to use their leftovers as waffle sandwiches for breakfast the following morning. This recipe makes 6-8 waffles.


1 1/2 cups flour (sifted is best, can use a combination of white and wheat flours, if desired) two teaspoons sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 3 teaspoons double-acting baking powder two large eggs, separated (Separate egg yolks and whites in two bowls) 1/2 cube of butter (1/4 cup) or vegetable oil of your choice 2 cups milk (can use a mixture of fresh and powdered milk)


1. Measure and prepare ingredients. Read waffle irons instructions carefully.

2. Set waffle maker on a safe spot, making sure cord is not hanging out. Pre-heat waffle iron according to manufacturer's directions.

3. Inside a huge mixing bowl, sift together dry ingredients.

4. In one more bowl, whisk together egg yolks, butter and milk. Slowly pour this mixture into dry mixture

5. In a little bowl, whip the two egg whites till stiff and slowly fold into batter.

6. Measure about 1/2 cup of the batter for every single waffle, pour into the center of bottom layer in preheated waffle maker. Spread batter very well and then leave an inch towards the sides just before covering waffle maker.

7. Cook waffles, following manufacturer's directions.

8. Wait till waffles are completely done as shown by indicator lights or timer on your waffle iron. Very carefully open the lid and take out waffles with the help of a single chopstick.

9. Serve as one huge segmented waffle or break into four portions.

10. Shut lid when serving. After a single minute, waffle maker will be hot enough for another batch of waffles.

11. Repeat steps 6 through 10.

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