1. I do the same thing except I will add crumbled bacon and pecans in the batter. At times I will even make the batter a bit looser and make pancakes with it. Scrumptious!

  2. musik16 says:

    I made these and added a t. and a half of vanilla flavoring and than blueberries. It tasted very yummy!!

  3. Karen Esanbock says:

    Had these for lunch today!
    Wonderful, my family loved them.
    I used 1/4 c. oil and 1 tsp vanilla.
    Definitly will make these again and again.

  4. carol leonard says:

    i’m loving these recipes so glad i found this site! 🙂

  5. Aracely says:

    We made these this morning & they were fantastic! You can taste the sugar, so I didn’t use syrup.They would make a great dessert or my daughter said to somehow make crepes with the batter?? We also did the powdered sugar, fresh strawberries, I reduced the oil & used vanilla. My only complaint was that they were limp. Would definitely make them again!

  6. Made these today! Fast, easy, yum!

  7. I made these recently, and although they were delish and sweet, they stuck badly to my waffle iron and were quite limp (the ones that did not stick), so finally I made the rest into pancakes instead.

  8. I’m making these tonight! I’m adding maple extract, cinnamon, and pumpkin pie spice. Hoping to freeze them and stop buying waffles at the store!

  9. Great recipe! I used an oat flour/whole wheat flour mixture and added a couple tsp of ground roasted flax seed and blueberries. I will definitely be making these again. 🙂

  10. I made these (a double batch) and refrigerated them to use during the week. I reheated them in the toaster and they are MUCH better than store-bought waffles. I definitely recommend making extra 🙂

  11. Kimberly says:

    These were soggy waffles!, I had to make them into pancakes. Bummer!

  12. Mommy dearest says:

    Saw Bobby Flay making coconut waffles so I’m thinking of using the waffle recipe & replacing the milk with coconut milk & adding 1/3 cup shredded coconut. I’ll let you know how it all turns out.

  13. Stacey says:

    Wow, these were incredibly sweet! Two of my kids refused to eat them because they were just too sweet. Any idea how to remedy that?

    • Darien says:

      You could reduce the amount of sugar in your starter, Stacey. Up to half should work fine. Good luck!

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