Sunday, April 29, 2012

Sunday Breakfast

This morning the family is packing up to head off to the beach after a homemade breakfast.
The waffles were phenom-nom-nomenal and packed a healthy punch with some Mila too.

Waffles are a family fave for breakfast, lunch or dinner so it's funny we don't have them more often but after crawling in the cabinet to reach the waffle iron we were ready for a souped up repeat these babies.

This recipe made 7 belgian waffles

2 C Gluten Free Bisquick
1/3 C Mila
1/3 C Pecan Meal
6 Tbsp Vegetable Oil
2 Tbsp Brown Sugar
1 Tbsp Pure Vanilla
3 C Milk/Vanilla Soy Milk works best
2 Eggs
Cinnamon to taste

Crushed Pecans as desired
okay, so it's not the prettiest
picture, but I wanted you to see
the color

Mix all ingredients, except crushed pecans, until the batter is a consistency you feel is ready for the waffle iron! I started with 2.5 cups of milk and added the last 1/2 cup for a smoother batter.

Add crushed pecans after pouring batter onto the waffle iron.

Cook for 5 minutes or until the steam stops rising.

As I mentioned in my last waffle post, The pecan meal makes the finished product come out a bit darker than regular waffles but they are OH SO Tasty :)

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