It was #PancakeDay 🥞 a few of weeks ago but as we have already shared a couple of pancake recipes on our blog in the past (just have a browse) we thought this month we would recipe share in celebration of #InternationalWaffleDay!

These beauties can be spiced up with some extra flavour either in the mix or just straight on top. We went for topping them with Ice Cream and Strawberries but we also are a big fan of a wedge of butter and some sticky sweet maple🍁 syrup or little chocolate drops mixed through the batter🤤!

400g flour
sachet of yeast
5g sugar
2g baking soda
620g milk, warm
115g butter
2 eggs


Place the dry ingredients in a large bowl and make a well at the bottom with a spoon.

Place milk and butter in a small pot and warm gently over low heat.

When the milk mixture is at the proper temperature, add egg and whisk to combine.

Pour the milk into the well you created in the dry mix. Use a whisk to combine the ingredients and make batter.

Allow this mixture to sit at room temperature or warmer to allow the yeast to bloom. You can bloom the yeast for as little as ten minutes or up to two hours. The longer you let it go, the more rich, yeasty flavor you’ll develop and the more air pockets your waffles will have.

When ready pour into a waffle iron and cook until golden.


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