Cheesy Waffles

20 waffles
50 min

Are you thinking of throwing a delicious brunch for your friends but you are bored of traditional croissants and toasts? Well, if that’s the case, I have som good news for you. If you can find a waffle maker in your household, I guarantee this recipe will be a favorite among you, your family and friends. It is perfectly cheesy, soft, but crispy on the outside. It makes a great pair with any type of egg, such as fried or scrambled eggs, and by no means should you miss a few slices of crispy baked bacon as well. And if you want something really extra, feel free to drizzle it with some maple syrup, which ties all these tasty flavors together. Hope you’ll give it a try and have a great brunch!

Recipe details

  • 20  waffles
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes Cook time: 40 Minutes Total time: 50 min
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Ingredients


  • 250 g (2 cups plus 1 tbsp) of flour of choice
  • 1 Tbsp. baking powder
  • 1/2 Tbsp. salt
  • 1 Tbsp. brown sugar
  • 2 eggs, separated
  • 3 dcl of milk
  • 150 g (1 1/4 sticks) of butter, melted
  • 100 g (3 1/2 oz) of grated cheese (i used white cheddar)
  • fresh herbs, such as parsley, basil, chopped

Instructions


In a bigger mixing bowl mix all the dry ingredients (flour, baking powder, salt, sugar). Add the egg yolks, milk and melted butter. Next, add the cheese and herbs.
In a different bowl, whip the egg whites.
Carefully, using a spatula, add the egg whites into the main mixture.
In 1 dcl portions bake the waffles for about 5 minutes each.
Serve with fried eggs, bacon and veggies.

Comments

  • Lynette Lynette on Jul 10, 2021

    what is dcl of milk


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    • Jmk590 Jmk590 on Jul 11, 2021

      Dcl is a deciliter or 1/10th of a liter.

      So 1 dcl (deciliter) equals .1 liters.


      The conversion of delimiters to US fluid oz is:

      1 deciliter =3.381 us fluid ounces


      This recipe calls for 3 dcl.of milk .

      3 dcl equals 10.1442 ounces

      Measure about 10 ounces or 1 cup plus 1/4 cup of milk in a glass liquid measuring cup to add to batter ingredients.


      She makes in 1 dcl batches which would be as above states about .42 of a cup or 3.381 oz. So each waffle is measured out slightly less than 1/2 cup. You should use the amount that works best in your waffle iron and use that amount. This is not a critical measurement to the recipe, just how much batter to use making each waffle.


      Recipe math, always fun 😊

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