Monday, 4 August 2014

Easy Waffle

What a timing for my girl to be down with Chicken Pox.  She might not be able to go for her PSLE oral in school.  Am praying that this Sunday doctor's review will be favorable.   In fact, she is stressed that she is lacking practice for her oral in school.


Luckily, her appetite is not affected and she is always hungry and to me, that is a good sign.  

Actually she asked for pancake but I saw Noob Cook's Easy Waffle and I decided to give this a go instead.



Finding: It is very light and has a nice crisp to it.  On its own, it is rather bland which was surprising.  I thought the coconut oil will give it a nice aroma but it doesn't have that as with coconut cream.  It does pair very well with a blueberry sauce that I prepared.

Girl wanted more than 2 servings which I have to stop her.

True to its name, it is indeed very easy to put together.

What you need:

2 large egg (60 grams)
250g plain flour, whisked or sifted
200ml butter milk or regular milk
80g coconut oil
1 tbsp white sugar
4 tsp baking powder whisked or sifted
¼ tsp salt
½ tsp vanilla extract

Method:

Preheat waffle iron.

Beat egg in a large bowl until frothy.

Add in flour, milk, oil, sugar, baking powder, salt and vanilla.

Whisk until the batter is just smooth.

Spray preheated waffle iron with non-stick cooking spray.

Pour waffle batter onto hot waffle iron. Cook until golden brown.

Serve hot with maple syrup and butter.



This post is linked to the event, Little Thumbs Up organised by Bake for Happy Kids and My Little Favourite DIY, and hosted by Diana from the Domestic Goddess Wannabe







Cheers!

12 comments:

  1. Wish your girl speedy recovery and back on track soon for her PSLE ... this waffle looks very light and crispy. I don't have waffle iron but my girl tried out a rustic kinda waffle using grill pan.

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    1. Thanks for the well wishes and yes do pray that she can do her PSLE oral in school. I think it is a good investment.

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  2. Hi Edith,
    Coincidentally I've been trying out waffles for last 2 days but sadly both recipes yield rather bland waffles. Still in search for the right recipe....

    Hopefully your girl recovers soon with your TLC ;)) Best of luck to her as well!

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    1. Thanks Quizzine, i hope so too. As for the waffle, we love the Liege Waffle very much.

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  3. your waffles look perfectly golden and yummy! I think it taste a little bland due to the little sugar used, as you will be serving it with maple syrup or blueberry sauce. You can try the pandan version as that will be more aromatic with pandan paste and more sugar :D

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion. Will try pandan next round.

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  4. Hi Edith,

    Your waffle looks perfect!!! Easy??? You must be extremely skillful cooking these :D

    Zoe

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    1. Zoe, no skill needed. Just mix and pour and bingo!

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  5. Oh dear, hope your girl is doing better now. Indeed not a good timing since PSLE is coming. Will pray for her speedy recovery! Take care! And I am so gonna try your waffle recipe! yum

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    1. Yeap, she is not recovered in time for her PSLE oral. Will have to take it off site and on another day.

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  6. Oh Edith, this waffle looks so yummy!! I hope your daughter is feeling better!!!

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Thanks for dropping by. If you have tried a recipe, do share with me your experience. It will be nice to hear from you. Cheers

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