recieved this from king auther flour and love the idea of yeast waffles. here's what they had to say about it: this classic yeasted waffle recipe produces waffles that are wonderfully crisp outside, and creamy-smooth and moist inside. even when cooling, they retain their wonderful texture. you can choose to prepare the batter for these waffles and cook it after an hour, but we prefer to let the batter rest overnight in the fridge, where it develops some real depth of flavor, yeasty and rich. some aren't fond of this "yeasty/fermented" flavor; if you think you might fall into this camp, add 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder to the recipe (in addition to the yeast), and cook after just a 30-minute rest; don't refrigerate overnight prep time does not include resting
as a child i always loved when my grandmother made her date nut bread...this recipe comes a very close second in favorite recipes from grammie...however, grammie didn't know about the food pyramid or healthy eating...i've adapted many of her recipes to in
entered for safe-keeping. from mary wagner, salt lake city, utah, as submitted to bh&g. as written, the recipe seems to be dry, so i recommend that 2 teaspoons of orange juice be added with the egg yolks in step 5 as recommended by a reviewer.
this is a simple recipe from the better homes and gardens magazine. it's simple enough for kids to make, tastes good and is vegan to boot! i have made it as written but prefer it with some chocolate covering, whether truffle, chocolate flakes or dipped in
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