A simple recipe for the best breakfast food: waffles!
I hope you like waffles
just slightly as much as I do because I seem to obsess over them on here. I recently published a collection of 21 waffle recipes. They look so good!… but that’s not enough, so now I’m ready with my own simple recipe.
…. And this isn’t even the only post I’ll publish about waffles this week. Coming up is a post with waffle topping inspiration – and let me tell you, it’s even more drool-worthy than the last post!
For today, I’ve created a fairly simple recipe for waffles. If you don’t have a waffle-iron, use it for pancakes instead.
Aside from the bit of vanilla sugar, there’s no added sweetness, and I don’t even think they need it. You can always add some sweetness on top with some sugar, syrup, fruit or jam.
And by the way, these waffles are still delicious the day after if you keep it on the fridge (or longer in the freezer). Just pop it in the toaster and you’ll have a warm, crisp waffle in a minute!
Easy, Healthy Oatmeal Waffle Recipe
- 200 g oatmeal
- 1 tsp vanilla sugar
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 3 eggs
- 4 dl milk of your preference - I use minimælk
- oil - for the waffle iron
- Blend oatmeal in a food processor or blender
- Add the rest of the ingredients and mix together– in the blender, to minimize clean up work. Otherwise, mix wet and dry ingredients separately, then together.
- Heat the waffle iron
- Add a bit of oil to the waffle iron, then the batter.1 dl a piece works for my iron.
- Bake each waffle for about 4-5 minutes.This can vary depending on how hot your waffle iron can get, and how big your waffles are. Trial and error will help you 😊
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How do you like your waffles?