3/4 c plain flour
1/2 c Brown Sugar and Cinnamon Quick Oats (one and a half 35g sachets or 52.5g)
1.5 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp cinnamon
pinch of salt
1 tbs brown sugar
3 tbs melted butter
3/4 c milk
Maple syrup and ice cream to serve
Makes 2 waffles
Recipe can easily be doubled
In a bowl mix all the dry ingredients.
Place the butter in a bowl big enough to hold the wet ingredients. Melt the butter in the microwave then add the milk and egg; stir to combine.
Combine the wet and dry ingredients; stirring till just combined.
Place half of the batter into your pre heated waffle maker and cook as necessary to your particular waffle maker brand.
- ¾ c plain flour
- ½ c Brown Sugar and Cinnamon Quick Oats
- 1.5 tsp baking powder
- ½ tsp cinnamon
- pinch of salt
- 1 tbs brown sugar
- 3 tbs melted butter
- ¾ c milk
- 1 egg
- Maple syrup and ice cream to serve
- In a bowl mix all the dry ingredients
- Place the butter in a bowl big enough to hold the wet ingredients. Melt the butter in the microwave then add the milk and egg; stir to combine.
- Combine the wet and dry ingredients; stirring till just combined.
- Place half of the batter into your pre heated waffle maker and cook as necessary to your particular waffle maker brand.
Posted 2nd August 2014
Brown Sugar & Cinnamon Belgium Waffles w/ Oats, or more appropriately, The Best Darn Waffles You Are Ever Going To Eat!
After stumbling across a Nordic Ware Stovetop Waffle Maker at a charity store recently, I was on a mission to find the perfect recipe. Bella’s hubby has found his recipe and can make it in his sleep if need be; happily making them on the weekend for their daughter. BTW, if you are looking for a waffle maker, this one is fantastic, I cannot recommend this one enough; slim line means it slides in with your chopping boards – minimal loss of space plus makes the prefect belgium style waffle with the deep holes and perfect texture. Downside is you need to keep an eye on the time.
I didn’t want a fussy recipe, some asking to separate the eggs and whip the egg whites to stiff peaks before folding it in to the batter; one step too much for first thing in the morning for me. I wanted a quick, tasty recipe that produced a crispy outside and a soft fluffy inside… every time! …and here it is… Just two bowls are need: Mix the dry ingredients together in one bowl, melt the butter in another then add the rest of the wet ingredients, combine the wet with the dry and you’re done, easy.
You could almost trick yourself into thinking that these were kind of healthy since there are oats in the mix – whatever you need to do to make it alright to eat waffles, do. Just make sure you give this recipe a go!
Deliciously naughty breakfast -Blondie 🙂