"Waffles that are light and crispy right up to the last bite." — Zelda Zimmer
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2 1/2 cups
2 1/2 cups
Easy to make. Has a great fluffy texture that cooks up golden brown.
Not good waffles----- runny mess with little flavor, not worth the effort
i just finished eating them. they were OK, i saw that some people gave it 1 star reveiws so had to see the truth for myself. They were kinda dry, and stuck to the iron a little. They definetly werent easy to make. i think that aunt jemimah waffles taste better though. I probably wont make them again without modifying the recipe.
Luckily I read the reviews before I made this. I really think the cornstarch is supposed to be CORNMEAL. That is what I used. I also added about a half cup more of flour to thicken up the batter. Waffles were still kind of bland
1/2 cup cornstarch...you're kidding me. It amazes me how a recipe can have such opposing reviews. There are much easier, tastier waffle recipes on this website. Unless you love the taste of cornstarch and flour.
More challenging to make than your traditional waffle, but definitely worth the work. I also had problems with the waffles sticking to the iron, though. Any ideas for preventing this? I brushed the iron with oil between each set of waffles.
Still, I think they're worth the extra work and bother.
This recipe is good, but I hate to say not the best. It is your basic waffle recipe, only a bit more cornstarch than most recipes... but the flavor didn't seem to be affected by it. It is best for the occasion when you're making a special topping for them :)
Too much vanilla. Had a floury, cornstarchy taste to them.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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