You may notice that I enjoy visiting many tables in the bloggy world and I like to participate in some of the parties they host. (see Link Parties on tabs above!) I'm often inspired to give new things a try in my own kitchen and wanted to share one of them with you today. It's a great, kid friendly recipe shared by Cole's party called Tuesday's at the Table for Nutella Waffles.
Here is my version of the original she shared:
3 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
2 eggs, separated
1 1/4 cups milk
1/3 cup Nutella
3 tablespoons melted butter
(original version called for 1 teaspoon vanilla...of which I was out at the time...and it was still good...so I left it out of this version!)
- Separate your 2 eggs, putting the whites in the bowl of your mixer and the yolks in a mixing bowl. Turn the mixer on and let it whip up the whites until stiff peaks form.
- Meanwhile, add to the yolks the milk, Nutella and melted butter. Whisk to blend.
- Add to the Nutella blend all of the dry ingredients (flour, sugar, baking powder and soda). Stir until it is all combined.
- Add the stiffened egg whites to the batter, folding it in until all of the ingredients are fully combined.
- Prepare the waffles in your waffle iron according to the manufacturers directions.
Serve warm, as is, or consider topping with fruit, whipped topping and/or a smear of more Nutella!
I love that this waffle recipe has very little sugar and are so good they don't need to be drowned in syrup.
Tami's Tip: Blends You Can Bag!
Breakfast in our home on a school day needs to be fast and appealing to a picky eater (ahem...not naming names but thinking of a certain young man...still at home...last year of school...but not naming names!) By making this ahead and refrigerating them, I have toaster breakfasts all week. That's why I like to keep a few pre-made mixes on my pantry shelf so I'm more inclined to make a fresh batch on a Saturday morning. At some point, I have to make it from scratch, but on that day I make several bagged versions of the mix ahead of time, like this:
|label some bags|
|line them up and as I add the ingredients to my mixing bowl for that day's fresh batch, I fill each bag too|
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