Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Yummy Whole Grain Waffles Recipe!

Wanna make your kids smile at breakfast? Try this recipe for wholesome whole grain waffles! Despite what you may think they turn out every bit as light and fluffy as their unhealthy white counterpart.
Whole Grain Waffles

2 to 4 eggs, seperated
1 1/2 cups milk
1/4 cup oil
2 tablespoons brown sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 cups whole wheat flour (fresh milled is best)

Beat egg whites in mixing bowl until stiff. Beat egg yolks with milk in large bowl. Add remaining ingredients, beating well after each addition; fold in egg whites. Pour into lightly greased preheated waffle iron. Cook until batter stops steaming. Makes 5-6 waffles.
*These can be made in bunches, frozen and toasted in your toaster when you need them! *


Be sure to enter my Nutrimill giveaway so you can grind your own fresh flour at home! Also, if you enter to win the $50 gift card to Hayneedle you can purchase a waffle iron as well. :-)

Enjoy!
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3 comments:

Chari said...

I'm convinced I need a grain mill to help out with the my baked goods! Your waffles look so good and can't even tell they are WW! Anytime I use WW they def look and taste it. Not that the taste is bad, but they are just much heavier and not light. I've heard that a grain mill does wonders for baking.

HappilyDomestic said...

I was surprised how "white" they look too, because the flour is definitely a tan color. I do use Hard White Wheat Berries though, maybe this is the difference.

Jodi Faye said...

Will be making these! Thanks for the recipe :)

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