Recipe: Easy and Fluffy Belgian Waffles

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Ever since we bought the waffle iron at the end of March, I have been searching for a fantastic and delicious yet easy waffle recipe to use.  I had tried so many and most were just eh and left me wanting more from a waffle recipe.

In early June, we were having waffles for supper since it was a double soccer night which meant we had to be finished and ready by 5:15pm.  I decided instead of searching for just easy waffles or buttermilk waffles, I would try belgian waffles.

And that is when I found the Easy and Fluffy Belgian Waffle recipe from Something Swanky

It was so good and it made about 14 waffles which meant lots to freeze for breakfasts too!!

I am still working on my waffle iron skills but thankfully they taste better then they look!!

Look for the recipe down below!!


Easy + Fluffy Belgian Waffles 

Source: SomethingSwanky.com

Ingredients: 
1 ¾ cup flour 
¼ cup cornstarch 
2 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp baking powder
1 tsp salt 
pinch of nutmeg (I didn't have any so I used allspice)
½ tsp cinnamon
2 eggs
1 ¾ cups milk 
½ cup cooking oil 
1 ½ tsp vanilla

Method: 
1.  Mix together the dry ingredients
2. Add oil, eggs, milk and vanilla and stir until batter forms 
3.  Cook in waffle iron


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