We liked this alternate recipe for waffles from our regular buttermilk recipe. My husband loves raspberry flavor so I decided to take a raspberry twist here with these yogurt waffles. I used raspberry yogurt, the sour cream and milk instead of water to make a richer, thicker waffle. I did use the vinegar because I know that makes for a richer waffle, as it will thicken (sour) the milk based ingredients...you never taste the vinegar...don't delete this ingredient. For more flavor, I added a splash of vanilla extract and about a tablespoon of sugar. In keeping with the raspberry flavor, I made a quick raspberry syrup in a saucepan using raspberry preserves, a bit of honey and a small amount of orange juice. The syrup was sweet, hot and full of raspberry flavor for our raspberry yogurt waffles. Rounded out this breakfast with sides of sausage, hard boiled eggs, raspberry yogurt with a berry garnish to keep the theme going. Oh, and juice, of course! What a great breakfast!
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We liked this alternate recipe for waffles from our regular buttermilk recipe. My husband...