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Sunday, November 24, 2013

Apple Cider Waffles

These apple cider waffles with cinnamon
and nutmeg will be a favorite addition
to your fall and winter breakfast menu.
They'll make your whole house smell
like a welcoming Vermont B&B in Autumn.
I love apple cider in the fall, so this 
is another way to enjoy it.
The batter mixes easily. It's
best to let waffle batter rest for
about 20 minutes. It also gives you 
time to preheat the baker and 
brew your coffee (or tea). 
Use about 1/3C scoop for each waffle.
Bake in a preheated waffle iron
Serve on warmed plates with lots of
butter and warm syrup.
And lots of freshly brewed coffee!

Apple Cider Waffles
1C flour
 1t baking powder
1/2t baking soda
1t sugar
1t cinnamon
1/2t nutmeg
1 egg, slightly beaten
3/4C apple cider
2T melted butter
Whisk dry ingredients in a bowl.
In another small bowl whisk the egg,
then add the cider and butter. 
Combine with the flour; mix well.
 Let the batter rest while you preheat
 a waffle iron and spray it with
 cooking spray. Bake according to waffle
maker instructions using about 1/3C scoop
per waffle. Remove when baked 
throughout and crisp. Serve on heated 
plates with butter and warm maple syrup. 
makes about 5-6 waffles.

Enjoy!

tip: You can double the recipe, then freeze extra
waffles flat on a cookie sheet for about 20 minutes
until stiff; then pop into a zip freezer bag.
 Just toast frozen waffles to enjoy anytime.

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4 comments:

curlyrose49 said...

These look wonderful and I am sure my family will love them! Apple cider is a favorite around here and they will be a great addition to our holiday feast :) Thank you

curlyrose49 said...

These look wonderful and I am sure my family will love them! Apple cider is a favorite around here and they will be a great addition to our holiday feast :) Thank you

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Rita May this look so yummy and perfect for this time of year; although there's no Winter perse around here,in the Andes and it's cold at night and sometimes in the day time too. Thank you for the r├ęcipe, I just copied it and will son make it for my g'girls! Wishing you and yours a lovely Tksgiving ahead.
FABBY

Debby Ray said...

Oh these look heavenly...I can almost smell the yummy aroma! My husband just loves apple cider in the fall and there is always some in our fridge. I just may have to try my hand at these! Thanks for sharing!