Recipe by DIANA38
"A real tasty treat and smells great too! These waffles will impress your breakfast guests, and they are also more nutritious than regular waffles."
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liquid egg substitute
whole wheat pastry flour
boiling water, or as needed
I made these for company on New Year's Day and they were a hit! I added 1/4 cup packed brown sugar to the wet ingredients based on the review and used 1 egg. I loved the soft texture and taste!
I made these changes: substituted 1 egg, substituted 1 cup flour (because I didn't have the other kinds), and I added 1/8 cup flour. This recipe made a very small amount- on a regular waffle iron, about 6 whole waffles. It smelled good, and the batter tasted good, but the waffle iron process sucked all the goodness out of it- so these were OK tasting, but not very gingerbready. I served these with icing (milk and powdered sugar) and that helped the un-sweet flavor these had.
These were very good. I added a 1/4 cup of brown sugar which sweetened them up a little. For me this recipe only made 2 belgian style waffles.
These waffles were really tasty and make the house smell great too!
These are great with real maple syrup but if you're going to eat them plain you may want to add a little sweetener. I used Ener-G egg replacer and non hydrogenated margerine instead of butter to make them vegan.
These were pretty good. I used 1 egg, 1 cup normal flour, and 1/4 cup brown sugar. This was the first time we used our waffle maker so I think I just need to figure out how to make them crisper.
Easy to make! Nice spice taste!
Pretty good. I used 1 egg, only all purpose flour, and brown sugar. Not crispy and kinda rubbery but waffling is still new to me. I doubled recipe and filled the 4 square iron 3 times and made 12. Going to pop rest in freezer cause all my waffles are better warmed in toaster another day. Had them with good ol fructose free log cabin. Babysitting so total 5 kids with mine and they ate all of theirs.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 177
** Calories from Fat: 37
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