I’ve been talking about waffles in December because that’s what many Danes like to eat as a snack. Sometimes I buy a waffle-mix but not this year. I found a recipe that I wanted to try out and I found it was good enough to keep so I’ll share it with you. You don’t have to wait for December, these are always delicious.
It’s very easy, so let’s get baking, yes?
- 250 g AP flour
- 1 tbsp sugar
- 2 tsp baking powder
- a small pinch of salt
- ½ tsp vanilla sugar or the seeds from ½ vanilla pod
- 1 egg
- 2 dl milk
- 2,5 dl water
- 125 g melted butter
- jam and powdered sugar (or plain sugar)
- waffle maker
What to do with this:
Combine all the dry ingredients in a medium sized bowl.
Then add all the wet stuff and wisk the whole thing together. You can also use a mixer if you like.
Heat up your waffle maker. When it’s ready use a ladle or something similar to pour the batter. You’ll have to figure out how much your self, it depends on your waffle maker, ladle size and what you prefer. Bake the waffle. That’s it.
When it’s finished, remove it from the waffle baker and place it on a baking rack. It’ll get soggy if you place a hot waffle on a plate. Find jam and powdered sugar and enjoy.
Tip: You can eat these with what ever you want; icecream, fruit, syrup, sugar, jam, nutella etc. Also; you can add a little beer or seltzer water for extra crispiness if you like.
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