Strawberry Shortcake Waffles
By Charisse Wilbanks charisse416
this recipe is close to the Outback Strawberry Shortcake Waffles. you can cut the ingredients in half if you would like to make less. It is delicious. you need a waffle iron to make it, preferrably a Belgian Waffle Maker.
Marieann Johansen blstranger - Jan 14, 2012
I'm really confused. This is what the instructions say.
Mix cake mix and pudding mix. A thicker consistency works better.
Pour Mix into Waffle Iron.
I don't see any liquid used here.
Do you make the pudding and use that as the wet ingred. and if so is it instant or cooked pudding. Or do you use the directions on the cake mix and just add the pudding mix.
Judi Gnade YankeeFawn - May 8, 2012
how many waffles does this make? What size bottle of amaretto? This sounds gr8 but not very good in the instructions for how 2 make em :(
sally murray salijo1 - Jun 12, 2012
Mix the cake and pudding mixes as directed minus a cup of milk. Combine the two. You really have to eyeball it when you go lighter on the liquid ingredients for a thick enough consistency to pour into the waffle iron. I wonder how using an angel food cake mix would work???? I bet gr8!
Charisse Wilbanks charisse416 - Oct 17, 2012
thank you sally for clearing that up. sorry i didnt make the instructions very clear. Judi you really dont need that much amaretto so any bottle size would suffice. when i made it, i used instant pudding. Made the cake mix and then added the pudding into the mix...sally is right just take out about a cup of milk and the consistency should be about right. i dont have definitive measurements because i made this from memory of watching them make it at work and asking what was in it and recreating it at home.