Katie 03/70/2018 03/12/2018
I tried this recipe minus the egg yolk and I added chocolate chips. They turned out great! They were soft and fluffy on the inside with a little crunch on the edges, just the way we like them!
Sione 12/344/2018 12/11/2018
Sad face!!! I think, I know i must've done something wrong. My waffles came out like extra thick pancakes. They are dense, and super heavy for a waffle. I followed the recipe exactly. HELP! Oh...I bought this cutie one-of waffle iron at Target...I couldn't pass up robin egg blue, it's super tiny...do you think it could be that?
David Daris 07/207/2017 07/27/2017
We really love these waffles. I found my kids don't really like the flavor with the egg whites added so we made the recipe without separating the eggs. They turned out just as good. Thanks Pamela!
Misa 06/175/2017 06/25/2017
This recipe made such crispy, light waffles. We had them with homemade rhubarb sauce, strawberries and blackberries, and a wee drizzle of maple syrup. I felt like I could keep eating them forever. Luckily, good sense prevailed. Thank you for a fabulous recipe, it's well worth the extra step of whipping the egg whites.
stacy smagula 05/131/2016 05/11/2016
Can you send me the Original recipe for these waffles?
Ani 11/312/2016 11/08/2016
I am just trying out gluten free recipes and bought your all purpose flour blend. Would this recipe be the same using that flour? Thanks!
Renee 05/123/2015 05/04/2015
I use coconut oil for both in the waffles and for greasing my iron. They come out crispy on the outside and nice and soft inside. They are possibly the best waffles I have ever eaten.
Elaine Schwein 10/303/2014 10/31/2014
My husband and I love these waffles! They are a 'Grandma' special breakfast treat when they come to stay the night. These waffles are consistently perfect ever time I make them
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