Waffles for breakfast! Chicken and waffles for dinner! Invest a few bucks in a waffle iron and you are ready!
Mix dry ingredients together.
Add milk and eggs and stir in.
Add Melted Butter and Vanilla
Stir together and let it sit for 5 minutes. The consistency should be like of a thick batter, but still thin enough to pour without clumping. It should slowly ooze to fill in the bottom of the waffle iron. If you need a spoon to spread it, it's too thick. If it quickly fills, it's too thin. Add milk as needed.
Follow your waffle iron's directions. Use as little batter as you can while still filling the bottom. When it comes out, if the batter is right, it will be crispy on the outside and a little airy in the inside.
There's so much butter, I don't add more, but I get if if you want it. Add syrup, pecans, fruit or whatever floats your waffle!
Serving Size 1 Waffle
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.