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These waffles freeze quite well, and can be microwaved for a minute or two for a quick breakfast.

This recipe will make 16-18 waffles.

Dry Ingredients

Wet Ingredients

Special Ingredient


  1. Mix Dry Ingredients in a large bowl.
  2. Pre-heat waffle iron to a medium-high temperature. Ensure both sides are hot if using a stove-top iron.
  3. In a separate bowl, beat the eggs & cream of tartar.
  4. Add remainder of Wet Ingredients to eggs; beat until foamy.
  5. Pour the wet mixture into the dry mixture; beat until blended.
  6. Ladle the batter into the waffle iron. Approximately 3 cups per batch. Be careful not to overfill as the batter will expand significantly as it cooks.
  7. Cook the waffles until golden and not-quite-crisp. Flip once or twice, but don't check them for at least a full minute lest you tear them asunder.

This is an example of too much batter, even though the iron shut fully when poured.

Getting close. (Key for scale.)