Whole Wheat Waffles


This is so perfect if you’re looking for an easy breakfast, that is not only healthy, but also tastes really good. If you are in a rush and don’t have the time to mix it up in the morning, you can mill your wheat the night before and combine all the dry ingredients. That way in the morning, it’s just as quick as having a boxed mix, but with none of the bad stuff and loads more nutrition. This has also become a family favorite for dinner those nights when you just need a quick meal. I really like how you can get so much nutrients from the whole wheat grains. And since grain berries store really well, for long amounts of time, they are easy to keep around for recipes like this.

These are so delicious with butter, maple syrup, homemade jelly, honey, etc. You can also play around with the recipe and add some different grains to your WonderMill while you’re grinding your whole wheat. I often like to add a little spelt, or barley.

Grind enough wheat berries in your WonderMill to make 2 cups milled flour.

In a mixing bowl combine dry ingredients:

2 cups whole wheat flour (can also do half whole wheat and half unbleached white)
1 Tab. + 2 tea. baking powder
3 Tab. Sugar (I like to use Evaporated Cane Juice)

Add to it:

2 cups milk
2 eggs
3 Tab. oil

Mix well and let sit for a few minutes for the baking powder to start working. Cook on a hot waffle griddle. Yum!
This recipe makes about 6 servings.


About MiasKitchen

I am the oldest of eleven children, so growing up there was always a ton of cooking that was needed. I started baking and making all the family meals at the age of 13 (I'm now 28). I figured if I was going to be cooking all the time, I might as well have fun with it, so I started trying to find new and exciting recipes. I love making as much as I can myself, especially for health reasons. Recently, I got into photography as well, so I thought it may be fun to have a blog where I could post the recipes that I find and want to share, plus it would give me a good chance to post the photos I take as well. Thus why I started Mia's kitchen. I hope you will all enjoy these recipes as much as I have!

Grain Mill Wagon Experience: "I really enjoyed my experience using the WonderMill. I like how it has three different settings so that I can get a fine enough flour for baking desserts, or a more coarsely ground flour for baking things like cornbread. It is really quiet as far as motors go and also isn't messy since the grinder empties right into the flour canister. From tiny grains like Millet to bigger grains like corn The WonderMill makes it quick and easy to grind any type of grain you may need! Being a part of the Grain Mill Wagon Challenge has been a great opportunity for me, and one that I greatly appreciate. I would recommend this mill to anyone!"

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