Homemade Waffles using Homemade Instant Wholegrain Waffle Mix
As it is so easy to mix together waffles using this mix, I tend to make small batches as required.
The batter can be mixed up the evening before if your mornings are far to busy to contemplate doing so. It will keep perfectly, covered in the fridge, overnight. The Princess can make one batch of batter last two days, and the waffles still rise perfectly on the second day.
This recipe will make 4 waffles in my waffle iron, but as brands vary in size you may need to adjust the amount of batter you mix up according to the size of your waffle maker.
Servings: 4 waffles
- 125 ml milk 1/2 cup
- 2 eggs
- 60 ml macadamia oil 3 Tablespoons
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 155 g Instant Wholegrain Waffle Mix 1 cup
Add the milk, eggs, oil and vanilla to a bowl.
Whisk thoroughly to combine.
Stir in the dry mix. You should have a thick, yet loose, batter.
Cook waffles according to the instructions for your waffles maker.
Be aware that flours can vary from season to season, and brand to brand. I find that 1/2 cup of milk will give the correct consistency, although the mixture will thicken on standing. If this occurs, add more milk a Tablespoon at a time until your preferred consistency is reached.
The mixture will thicken if left in the fridge over night, so stir in a small amount of milk prior to cooking to loosen the batter.