Avoid the morning rush, freeze a batch of waffles for a quick breakfast
Waffle irons or waffle makers are the tools you need to make delicious and nutritious waffles. With a few basic ingredients like flour, milk, eggs and baking powder you can make fresh waffles at home using a waffle maker. Commercial waffle makers are available for cafeterias and heavy duty use. Waffle makers come in a variety of style including Belgium waffle makers, waffle stick maker (waffle stix maker), and traditional waffle makers. There are even designer waffle makers with characters such as Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh and other assorted patterns and shapes like heart waffler shown below.
Uneaten fresh waffles may be frozen for quick breakfast at later
time. Slip uneaten cooled waffles into a plastic storage bag than place in
your freezer. Reheat in toaster. Top your waffles with fresh fruit
and whipped cream, butter or syrup. Waffles made be made plain then
topped with fruit or fruit can be added to your batter. There are
hundreds of waffle recipes you can use, or experiment with your own
additions to a basic recipe.
Be sure to check our recipe page for Waffle recipe.