Waffles are a breakfast tradition across the country. Every morning, millions of people wake up to the delicious aroma of batter cooking in a waffle press. What’s better than the smell of fresh waffles combining with the aroma of frying back bacon?
As the scent reaches your nostrils, you start to salivate at the fragrant medley of flavors in the air, driving your senses wild. If you love the crispy, spongy taste of a blueberry waffle smothered in organic maple syrup, then this post is for you.
We put together 15-homemade waffle recipes that put IHOP to shame. Who needs to go out for breakfast when you can make it in your kitchen for half the price? The secret to a good waffle is all in the batter and the ingredients. Flour, fresh fruit, and free-range eggs – this is all it takes to make a light, fluffy waffle-mix that tastes terrific. Start your day the right way with one of these recipes.
1. Classic Buttermilk Waffles
Let’s start our recipe tour with a classic that everyone loves. These buttermilk waffles taste delicious. Smoother with fresh fruit and maple syrup for the energy you need to start your day.
2-Large free-range eggs.
2-cups almond flour.
2 cups full-fat buttermilk.
2-tablespoons brown sugar.
2-teaspoons baking powder.
1-teaspoon baking soda.
½-teaspoon Himalayan pink salt.
½-cup-melted grass-fed butter.
Olive oil spray, for the waffle iron.
Organic maple syrup.
Fresh blueberries and strawberries for garnish.
Preheat oven to 175F. Set rack on the low rung and add a non-stick baking tray. Take a medium mixing bowl and mix flour, sugar, salt, baking soda, and baking powder. In a large mixing bowl whisk together eggs, butter, and buttermilk.
Combine the first bowl into the large bowl and continue whisking until blended evenly. Heat the waffle iron and spray the cooking sides with olive oil spray. Pour in the batter leaving about a ¼-inch border on both sides to compensate for closing the machine. Close and bake for 3 to 5-minutes until waffles are golden brown.
Transfer the cooked waffles to the oven to keep them warm until you’re done cooking the rest of the batter.
Serve with organic maple syrup and fresh berries.