We eat waffles for breakfast every morning. Why you ask? Because when members of your family are allergic to oats, eggs, and pork you’re pretty limited on your breakfast food. This is something that I can make that everyone can eat. So, I make a HUGE batch every Saturday to last us the week. If you want a week’s worth of waffles, try this recipe.
4 eggs (I use 8 egg yolks as we can’t use the whites)
1 cup mild tasting oil (I use light olive oil)
1 tsp. Vanilla
1 tsp. Salt
4 cups buttermilk (I sour milk with vinegar)
Add to egg mixture and stir.
5 – 5 1/2 cups flour (I usually use 2 cups all purpose, 2 cup whole grain spelt or whole wheat, and 1 cup millet)
1 tbls. Cinnamon
1 tsp. Baking soda
Stir. If you used whole grain flour, let it sit a few minutes so that the flour can absorb all the liquid. If your batter is still too runny add a half cup of all purpose flour.
Cook in my favorite Cast Iron Waffle makers. 🙂
Store in the fridge for up to one week, or freeze.
Enjoy your pre-made breakfast.
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