Vanilla Strawberry Waffels Recipe

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vanilla strawberry waffels

michelle 'FLAME' kelley

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@flameswithinice

here is another great make a heads for those of you who are busy in the mornings but still want your kids to eat something. frozen waffels from the store cost so much these days. i can make a batch of twenty-four for less than what i can buy eight or twelve for in the store and i know exactly what is going into them. change them up a bit add chips, or other flavorings. this same recipe will make the outer shell for waffle icecream sandwiches.


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Serves:

24

Prep:

30 Min

Cook:

1 Hr

Method:

Griddle

Ingredients

4 c
bisquick(i use my own make of bisquick recipe, pinched from here)
2 2/3 c
milk or water
1/2 c
quick strawberry drink mix. (use the chocolate if you want chocolate waffels)
1/2 c
vanilla non dairy creamer(sugar free)
4 Tbsp
cooking oil
2 large
eggs beaten

Directions Step-By-Step

1
in large glass bowl mix well all the ingredients given. making sure all lumps are out. you can hand mix or use a power mixer.
2
heat and oil a two or 4 waffel, waffel iron. spoon just enough of the mix to make a full waffel but no to over flow.
3
cook completely on a wire rack and place in freezer for a hour. then remove and place in a large gallon size freezer bag. mark and date and place back in freezer. these babies will keep up to two weeks in your freezer or till someone catches on that they are there. My house about two days. to reheat simple place in microwave on for about 1min or place in toaster till warm.
4
THIS IS THE RECIPE FOR HOME MADE BISQUICK,
THAT I USE.

Ingredients

9 c flour
1/3 c backing powder
1 c milk, nonfat, dry
2 Tbsp milk, nonfat, dry
4 tsp salt
1 3/4 c shortening
Directions

1

This is the hard part just mix mix mix. I used a pastry cutter.
2

Store in a air tight container. if you don't use it very often then I would place it in the freezer it will last for a lot longer.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy