Recipe from The Gracious Pantry
I’ve owned a waffle iron for years and have never touched it. That doesn’t mean it’s never been used, or that I’ve never had homemade waffles in my house before. I just ask my mom to do it. True life: I’m afraid to use waffle irons.
Well that sounds pretty ridiculous until you see the waffle mess I made when I finally decided to go for it:
Clean Eating Saturday Morning Waffles
I halved the recipe, and it made 5 full waffles
It’s probably hard to tell from the picture
I swapped sprouted whole wheat flour for white whole wheat
I also ended up adding about 4 extra Tbsp since it was so runny
Besides my waffles looking like a horror show and sticking to the waffle iron like crazy, the taste was pretty good. They weren’t really firm like normal waffles; they were kinda puffy. Like I could squish a whole waffle into the size of a golf ball and it would spring back to its normal shape. The taste was a little bit eggy but they weren’t too bad.
I probably won’t be making this recipe again. I probably won’t be making any waffles ever again. This really wasn’t the outcome I needed for my first time using a waffle iron. Scarred for life.