Wicked Good Waffles are one of my favorites! I just love these things. My husband doesn’t do much of the cooking as I’m just a tad bit controlling over my kitchen. If you’re like me and love to cook then you understand! Besides, it’s my favorite room in the house! He does enjoy fixing breakfast on the days that I unleash myself from the kitchen and let him have full use of it. Well this past week he decided to take my recipe and cook up these Wicked Good Waffles for me. Yes! He demanded I stay…out…of… the…kitchen! Believe me, it was one of the most difficult things for me to do! The end result was fabulous! Oh, and the smells coming from the kitchen, were amazing. I have to say he did me proud! These were the best Wicked Good Waffles I’ve ever eaten! I will be letting him into my kitchen again, but next time he has to clean up his mess!
These Wicked Good Waffles are one of my favorites to make! Not only are they quick to mix up, but fun to make. Fill up those little squares with butter and syrup, or some jelly, or your favorite fruit, either way they’re sure to please the waffle lovers in your house.
- 2 Cups – Gluten-Free Flour* – I used Bob’s Red Mill 1 to 1
- ¼ Cup – Stevia*
- 1 tsp – Baking Soda
- 1 tsp – Baking Powder
- 1 tsp – Pure Vanilla
- 1 – Egg
- 1 Cup – Almond Milk
- Pinch of Salt – Optional
- ½ Cup – Club Soda**
- Combine flour, sugar, baking soda, baking powder, vanilla, egg, milk, and salt with whisk.
- Add club soda and stir gently with whisk until combined.
- Pour batter into heated waffle maker*** and cook until golden brown on each side.
- Serve with your favorite toppings and/or syrup!
*You can use regular flour and regular sugar if you like. Just remember if you use regular flour they will not be gluten-free. **Club Soda makes them extra fluffy. ***Follow factory directions for heating.
Switch it up and top these Wicked Good Waffles with a scoop of ice cream, a drizzle of chocolate or fill all those little squares with some peanut butter for an afternoon snack. Freeze the left-overs and grab one out when you want, just throw it in the toaster and you’re ready! We also made Wicked Good Waffles egg sandwiches! Yum! The crispy outer edges make great sandwiches, so load’em up and enjoy your creation. Doesn’t matter how you serve them, they won’t last long. So whip up a couple of batches and make sure to load up the freezer. These Wicked Good Waffles are great for breakfast on the run!
From my kitchen to yours,
What’s your favorite way to serve up some wicked good waffles? Please share below…