Blueberry Whole Wheat Waffles

Blueberry Whole Wheat Waffles

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I have been using this recipe, based on Betty Crocker’s tried-and-true recipe, to make homemade waffles. When I tried it with my own freshly milled flour, the waffles turned out even better than ever!

2 eggs
½ C canola or vegetable oil
1¾ C milk
2 C whole wheat flour (milled using soft wheat berries in the WonderMill)
1 T sugar
4 t baking powder
1/8 t cream of tartar
½ t salt
¼ to ½ C fresh blueberries

Beat eggs until fluffy. Add the oil and milk, beat to combine well.

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Stir in dry ingredients and beat just until smooth, then gently fold in the fresh blueberries. Use a measuring cup to pour the batter into a preheated waffle iron.

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Cook until steam no longer escapes and the waffle is lightly browned and crisp.

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Lift each cooked waffle gently off the iron with tongs or a fork Serve immediately. Makes 6 waffles.

About Diane Fluin

Diane Fluin is a Twin Cities based freelance writer, editor and food blogger. For more than two years she has been documenting her culinary exploits on her eponymously titled food blog, Diane’s Food Blog. Geared toward the less experienced home cook as well as the seasoned chef, Diane’s Food Blog entices readers with interesting recipes, appealing photos, and step by step details that bring each recipe to life.

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