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Weekend Waffles

Prep Time:

20 minutes

Cook Time:

5-7 minutes


8-10 Waffles

About the Recipe

Hey there, fellow foodies! Today, I'm here to tantalize your taste buds and bring a little extra joy to your breakfast table with my irresistible weekend waffle recipe. Get ready to embark on a crispy, fluffy, and utterly delightful journey that will have you falling head over heels for these golden beauties.

Did you know that waffles have been around for centuries? These delectable treats have a fascinating history that stretches back to the Middle Ages. In fact, the word "waffle" itself originated from the Dutch word "wafel," which means "honeycomb" – an apt description for their characteristic grid-like pattern. From their humble beginnings, waffles have evolved into a beloved breakfast staple enjoyed around the world.

But enough history for now, let's dive into the mouthwatering goodness of these homemade waffles. Picture this: a stack of warm waffles, crispy on the outside and light as air on the inside, topped with a dollop of whipped cream and berries or a generous drizzle of maple syrup.

Is your mouth watering yet?

This is my tried-and-true waffle recipe that strikes the perfect balance between texture and flavor. It's a delightful blend of simplicity and indulgence that will have you dreaming of lazy Sunday mornings and cozy brunches with loved ones.

So, grab your apron, dust off that waffle iron, and join me in the kitchen as we whip up these sensational waffles together. Prepare to experience the ultimate breakfast bliss that will make your mornings brighter and your taste buds dance with joy. Get ready for waffle perfection!


2 1/2 cups All-Purpose Flour

1 tablespoon Baking Powder

3 tablespoons Granulated Sugar

1/2 teaspoon Salt

1 teaspoon Cinnamon

2 Eggs (separated)

1/2 cup Vegetable Oil

1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract

2 1/4 cups Milk


I love these waffles because they are fast and easy to make and the perfect breakfast to make everyone feel like it's the weekend. Top them with sweet berries or savory bacon or both. Anything goes! Not to worry if you do not have a waffle iron, this recipe can also be made into perfectly fluffy pancakes.

Start by adding your flour, sugar, baking powder, salt, and cinnamon to a large bowl and use a whisk to combine the ingredients.

Using two bowls, separate the egg yolks from the egg whites. To the bowl of yolks, add the vegetable oil, vanilla and milk. Mix together until well combined.

Beat the egg whites with an electic mixer until stiff peaks form and set aside.

Pour the egg yolk mixture into the flour mixture and combine using a whisk. Do not use an electric mixer here, as it can lead to a thick and heavy dough.

You want the consistency to be that of a runny cake batter.

Once you have your batter and the beaten egg yolks prepared, slowly fold the egg whites into the flour mixture. Keep folding until you have one consistent batter.

Now you are ready to fill your waffle iron (or start flipping pancakes).

Cook your waffles until they are golden brown and serve.

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