christmas morning. lazy sunday mornings. visits to my late grandma orange.
every one of these things has always, without a doubt, consisted of waffles.
they are crispy. they are incredibly easy, and even better, they have only got a small amount of sugar (that is if you don’t cover them in maple syrup). this recipe is from a old Betty Crocker cookbook that my mum has had for ever and a day and is the best recipe I have tried so far. they are best served hot out the waffle maker with maple syrup and vanilla icecream. They can also be made in advance and frozen in alfoil so you can reheat if your in a rush. easy peasy! they are mum and grandma approved so they are well worth a shot, you’ll love them, I promise.
mums favourite waffles
1 3/4 cups of milk
1/2 cup vegetable oil
2 cups self raising flour
1 tablespoon of sugar
toppings of your choice- maple syrup, bacon, strawberries, cream and icecream or lemon and sugar, whatever you like!
Heat up your waffle iron.
Beat eggs with electric hand beater until fluffy. Beat in remaining ingredients just until smooth.
Spray a little vegetable oil spray onto hot waffle iron.
Pour batter from a cup or a large jug with a spout onto the waffle pan. Pour onto the centre.
Bake until steaming stops and the waffles and lightly brown and crispy (approx 5 minutes depending on your iron)
Remove waffles carefully.