Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Twist on Waffles!

A few months ago my husband brought me waffles in bed!  Chocolate chip waffles at that!  THEY WERE SO YUMMY!  I asked how he made them....he said, "The muffin mix in the pantry."  Really?  Muffin mix?  So this last weekend it was my turn to try.  We had blueberry and chocolate chip mix in the pantry that I whipped them up and threw on the waffle iron.  Way fast, way easy, and WAY yummy!  Each of these packets made 3 waffles...so not very many, but for a home of 2 we don't need a whole bunch just to go to waste.  I highly suggest trying this people!


10 comments:

April said...

So, so you use the recipe for the muffins to make the waffle batter?

Katie Moore said...

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Heather said...

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Josh and Lane Whitlock said...

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Stefanie said...

Now that is an interesting concept. Never would have thought of that.

Anonymous said...

Great Idea but did not work. The outside burned and the inside was still mushy :(

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Anonymous said...

Separated in waffle iron. Some on top some on bottom. Any suggestions. I added flour thinking they were too runny but didn't make a difference.

Anonymous said...

Did not work! Stuck all over the place; top, bottom. Thought I had ruined my waffle maker.

Anonymous said...

Did you spray the top and bottom of the waffle iron with PAM or some type of oil? Also make sure the waffle iron is hot. I found that this helps.