Here is a way to make waffles without having to think about it in the morning, just some planning the night before. I have shared a recipe for this kind of waffle before, but this one is even better.
With everyone home all of the time, I have been making lots of different recipes since more cooking is required. But, grocery shopping is a bit interesting right now since sometimes ingredients are not in stock, or other times I am in such a rush to not be out too long and I might miss something.
Here is a super easy breakfast recipe that you can certainly eat whenever you want. It is fast and used ingredients I already had on hand.
I’ve made these before and this one is probably my favorite so far. I liked the flavor of it, and it didn’t require a blender, which would have been nice back when the Chiplet was a baby and doing naps around lunchtime when I’d want to make brunch.
I’ve made lots of French toast but was never completely happy. I wanted to up my game. I decided to try a new recipe and it is decidedly better so here I am sharing it.
I spent a decent amount of time trying to look for this recipe on here. I thought I had written it up, but I guess I was thinking of when I redid the liege waffle recipe for the Chiplet, too.
Hence the pictures aren’t great since I thought I had already done this…but I hadn’t, so here it is. And what is it?
When we were in Maryland this summer, we ate at lots of breakfast places and had lots of pancakes, waffles, etc. Well, my favorite waffles were actually at IHOP! I really liked how they had a touch of sweetness, but were so so so fluffy. I figured someone must have duplicated the recipe, and I was shocked to find that I could dump everything in a blender to get tasty pancakes!