"A batter filled with blueberries and blueberry yogurt will make these waffles a hit with berry lovers!" — sal
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this was a wonderful recipie that he whole family loved. We used mixed berry yogurt instead of blueberry yogurt and our blueberries were dried. I found that I liked these more without topping of any kind than I did with topping. Although I enjoyed putting coolwhip on them. Even the fussy 3 year old managed a meal with us instead of at random snack times. I said it before I will say it again, this recipie is AMAZING!
A great treat! My 2 year old even loved them. Thanks for sharing!
This recipe tasted OK. Oddly enough, following the ingredients to a T there wasn't enough blueberry flavor, even with blueberrys and blueberry yogurt.
The batter was wonderful, but the blueberries stuck to my waffle iron, so they had to be peeled off. :(
These were very good. I used whole wheat flour and added some flax seed. My boys seemed to like these better than other blueberry waffles we've tried.
My blueberry loving husband rated these waffles a 4 & 1/2.
They were edible...but for some reason all I tasted was the egg? I switched half of the flour for whole wheat flour and added 2 Tblsp of flaxseed meal(soaked in 2Tblsp of water) which should have added more flavor and even a tsp of cinnamon...I just can't figure it out...I did make the mistake of not thawing my blueberries...this made a mess in my iron...oops.
I think they just weren't my families cup of tea!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Blueberry Flavored Waffles
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 176
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