I wanted to first call this recipe “My Mom’s Waffle Recipe” but then I realized that most of the things on my blog ARE her recipes haha, she should just have her own blog! Anyway these super fluffy and simple waffles are great for obviously breakfast time, brunch, or any other time of the day when you’re feeling a little extra 😉 Are you guys ready for New Year’s?! I AM! I’m so excited to begin a fresh new year and have clear set goals for my endeavors. I’ll be switching to a new college and a new major, and I’m trying to stay focused and dedicated to the blog and focus on producing new content and better my skills. I have so many goals for myself; both short and long-term and all of them just make me so excited. Just gotta take a step at a time and not get deterred or distracted. Keep me accountable you guys! I would really appreciate that!
LAST BUT NOT LEAST…
Let’s talk about this waffle maker. I just got it for Christmas from my mom because it’s about time this self proclaimed foodie has a basic kitchen essential! Isn’t it just easier to go to your mom’s and eat waffles? Well she’s been using this waffle maker for a while and it’s obviously been a staple in her kitchen so now it’ll be in mine! The price is so reasonable for such a useful product. Here’s the one I have. It is an affiliate link but I wouldn’t be directing you somewhere if I didn’t love the product. Let me know how you love it when you get it, or do you have any waffle makers that you already love?
Super fast and simple to make! Serve them hot right from the kithen to the table!
- 2 large eggs
- 1 1/2 cups milk
- 1/3 cup salted butter *melted
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 2 tsp baking powder
- 1 3/4 cups flour
- 1 tbsp sugar
Mix wet ingredients in a large bowl until well incorporated.
In a separate bowl mix dry ingredients. Slowly begin adding the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients until a batter forms.
Turn on the waffle maker and pour the batter into the waffle maker (the amount depends on the size of the machine). Carefully take out using a fork once it's light golden in color and serve immediately. Enjoy!
It's okay if there are little lumps or bumps in the batter.
I poured in about a circle of batter that covers 3/4 of the pan.