I had these buttermilk fluffy waffles for breakfast and I’ve enjoyed it so much I thought why not let you taste some! By now and if you are following my blog, you know that weekend breakfast is always special to me since I have all the time to prepare and indulging, delicious treat for my family.
No Buttermilk, No problem!
Do you like pancakes? I love pancakes and get creative when adding flavors to it. But waffles are easier to make, no flipping, no waiting for the bubbles to appear, no funny shapes, and that’s why I am more into making waffles and saving much of my time on weekends.
Making Buttermilk Fluffy Waffles
If you have a waffle maker then you are set to make this recipe, if not, then please get one soon. Waffle makers don’t have to be expensive to give you delicious and good looking waffles. I didn’t invest much on my waffle maker and it survived my aggressive use for years!
Making these waffles are so simple, maybe you can ask your kids to help, I’m sure they’ll enjoy making some waffles with you, just be careful and keep an eye on your kid. You can let your kids go wild with their imagination and top these buttermilk fluffy waffles with their favorite fruits, syrups, and if you want to make their day, maybe a small scoop of ice cream.
You don’t have buttermilk at home? No problem, I will show you how to make your own buttermilk using milk and white vinegar and the result will be the same flavorful waffles. These waffles are fluffy and moist from the inside with a slight crunch from the outside.
Let’s make ourselves an awesome breakfast!
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- ¾ cup buttermilk in case you don’t have buttermilk mix ¾ cup milk with 2 tablespoon white vinegar and keep aside for 3 minutes.
- 2 tablespoon sugar
- 1 large egg
- ½ teaspoon vanilla
- Pinch of salt
- 2 tablespoon oil
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- In a bowl, sift flour, baking powder, salt, and sugar. Keep aside.
- In a different bowl, beat the egg, buttermilk, vanilla, and oil. Add this wet mixture to the dry and do not over mix. You may see few lumps but that’s alright.
- Heat your waffle maker. Spray your waffle maker with oil, then pour the batter in the waffle maker. Usually, it is best to not fill the waffle maker and keep around an inch away from the edges since it is going to spread when you close the waffle maker.
- When the waffles are done serve with your favorite syrup or topping.
- To store the waffles, place in a Ziploc bag and freeze.
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