Sunday, May 9, 2010

Leggo my Organic Whole Grain Waffle

I guess my title doesn't have the same ring as 'leggo my eggo' but I have to say that my tastes have become a bit more refined since the last time I was stuffing down Eggo waffles while listening to Madonna, wearing scrunchie socks and keds- (like early 90s Madonna before I discovered hair product).

My husband gets hooked on a single breakfast and will eat it for months, if not years at a time.  We have successfully made it past the chocolate chip cookie breakfast and have been going strong with waffles.  While the store bought waffles are fine, we decided that a waffle maker would be a great investment and I snatched one up on Friday night.
Since I'm a waffle novice, I used a Hodgson Mill mix that I purchased as a starter before I start tweaking and messing up the recipe.  My only additions were Bourbon vanilla, an egg, canola oil, and some water and a waffle was born.
After a few more ladles and magical lights, I had enough waffles for the week to freeze.  The only time I can truly say I'm stacked:
I cut these guys in half and froze them for my hubby to grab each morning while I'm busy doing my hair or pretending to be awake:
Do you have any good waffle recipes?  What were your favorite breakfasts as a kid?
I obviously loved waffles and also rolled with ginormous bagels.  Mmmmm...carbs!

10 comments:

Anna @ Newlywed, Newly Veg said...

Yummy waffles!! I'm more of a pancake girl :-)

Mo Diva said...

as if i didnt have enough kitchen gadgets, you have successfully made me want to buy a waffle maker.
i love belgian waffles from the diner,and these babies look every bit as scrumptious as i imagine... and INDEED you are STACKED LOL

RamblingBabushka said...

Yep, that looks good! Why do I never think of making this on the weekend and freezing them for the whole week. WHY? :)

Try using coconut oil and adding shredded coconuts to the batter. YUMMY!

Gabriela said...

My BF loves waffles more than anything, so whenever I see them, I think of him!! My favorite childhood breakfast was cereal- Lucky Charms, Cocoa Puffs or Cinnamon Toast Crunch, please! My tastes have changed, but I still love the crunchy goodness :)

*Naomi* said...

my protein pancake recipe makes KILLER waffles too! on my blog in the recipe section!!! those look SO good though, and sometimes the mix can be just as good as homemade!!

Katie ♥ said...

I have had not had waffle sin forever and they are soooooooooo good!!!!!!

Love ya girl!!!! Awwwwwwwww thanks for the comment, Anthony looked so grown up, I was sad!!! He is getting big too fast!!!!!

Love ya girl and hope your week is going to be a great one!!!

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said...

I love waffles!! We have gotten a lot of use out of our waffle maker that we got 6 years ago as a wedding gift.

Kristen @ Change of Pace said...

I loooove waffles! Those look incredible. I love the idea of freezing them. Saves so much time and money :)

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wow so many goodies in one post!!!! the waffeles look delicious!!!! and salad, its so big and I bet is very very good!!! I have started my blog yesterday, and came across your blog today, so glad, ypu have so many interesting eats!!!