Kitchen Tip Tuesdays: Time those waffles!
We love waffles! Waffles freeze well, and make a yummy breakfast or dessert (with whipped cream and strawberries! Yum!).
We've found that when we're making waffles, it's much easier to use a timer.
To start, we time how long it takes for our waffle maker to cook a waffle to perfection. Then we just set the timer for that many minutes. We always know when the waffle is done, without having to check or forgetting and burning them!
For our waffle maker, the "golden" time is 3 minutes!
My waffles recipes for quick reference:
Classic (no-sugar) homemade waffles -- a really great recipe handed down from my grandmother!
Belgian Waffles -- very sweet but make a fabulous dessert and are the BEST re-warmed waffles I've ever had!
Best Waffle Batter -- not as good as the above two, but a whole lot faster to mix up!
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4. Getting a good rise from muffins (Sharon)
5. Drying muffin cups (Kate)
6. Maximize grill use (Cindy)
7. Remembering all ingredients (Mary Ann)
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