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Saturday Morning Waffles

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Saturday Morning Waffles

Ingredients:
1 cup white flour first sifted then measured then can be sifted again with the wheat and oat flour
1/2 cup wheat flour
1/2 cup oat flour (or you can put some oats in a food processor and process until you have a fine flour)
1 tablespoon baking powder
Salt — just a sprinkle
2 tablespoons of sugar — or just sprinkle a bit- or just leave out
3 eggs separated — try to have these at room temperature
1 3/4 cups of milk — 2%, 1% or even fat free
1/2 cup oil — Canola Oil is one of the best for baking

Directions:
Sift the flours, baking powder, salt and sugar. Beat the egg whites until stiff and set aside. Beat the yolks until frothy, then stir in the milk and oil. Pour the liquid mixture into the dry ingredients and beat with an electric mixer until smooth. Fold in the egg whites. Make in a waffle iron, following the manufacturer’s instructions. Top with fruit, such as strawberries, blueberries, bananas, or peaches, some walnuts or pecans, and just a touch of syrup or powdered sugar.

2 comments

1 Jaime McLeod { 06.14.12 at 11:23 am }

Margaret, We do not employ a nutritionist and are not in a position to offer nutritional information. There are websites where you can enter in a recipe and find out the calories, fat, carbs, etc. Just be sure to divide the information by how much of the recipe you think you would actually eat in a sitting.

2 Margaret { 06.14.12 at 12:03 am }

What is the Nutritional value of the above recipe? DO you this information on any of your recipes?

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