You'll need a waffle iron to make these warm, crispy waffles. If not, make pancakes in a frying pan with this recipe. Perfect with the kids for a Saturday breakfast, or top with vanilla ice cream and maple syrup for a quick and easy snack.
These waffles aren't bad, they're just nothing special. I added the vanilla as other reviewers suggested and they still tasted slightly bland. Also, this is a dense waffle. If you are looking for something light and fluffy, either keep looking or remember to separate your eggs, beat the egg whites and fold them into the batter. - 26 Apr 2003 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This recipe freezes well, and can be doubled,tripled, etc. to suit your needs. I made 80 waffles and froze them for later use. All you need to do then is pop them in the toaster. They are better than the one's at the store! - 19 Sep 2004 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Very easy to make. Substituting whole wheat flour for half of the regular flour makes them heartier. I make several batches and freeze them for weekdays, since we're all on different schedules. Just pop them in the toaster for a quick hot breakfast. - 30 Dec 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)