We put about 1/3 cup mix, then sprinkled some sliced ham and shredded Jarlsburg cheese into the middle, then put another 1/3 cup or so on top and cooked. It took a little more time than the usual. I could also have regular ones. This was yummy and fun! (Your waffle iron may need different amounts…)
M’s immediate reaction was to reject the new waffles. We said, “You don’t have to eat anything you don’t want to,” put both kinds on a platter and went about enjoying breakfast. About half way through, she served herself a quarter of a ham and cheese one and ate it. She said she didn’t like it, which is fine. Kids will often reject foods. If you can remain neutral and leave the control up to them (serve foods family style) chances are they will be more likely to try something new or previously rejected.
I think this would be yummy with leek and potato soup in the winter. I actually found myself missing winter and all the wonderful food that you just don’t want to cook when it’s 90 degrees…
Basic Waffle recipe from Joy of Cooking
whisk together in large bowl
1 3/4 cups AP flour
1 Tbspn baking powder
1 Tbspn sugar
1/2 tspn salt
whisk together in another bowl
3 large eggs, well-beaten
4 Tbspns MELTED butter (recipe calls for 4-16)
1 1/2 cups milk (we have 1%)
We pour the wet into dry and just mix until dry ingredients are gone. there should be lumps…
What sounds good to put into your waffles? Might a waffle bar be a fun way to introduce your little ones to different things? You can cut them into quarters and share! What have you stuffed into waffles? I had this when I was a little girl in Switzerland visiting family. It made an impression!