Saturday, May 5, 2012

Malted Waffles ~ Baked Sunday Mornings


This is the easiest Baked Sunday Mornings challenge yet!

The recipe was for regular waffles, but I only have a Belgian Waffle maker so I asked my mom if I could borrow hers - only to find out she no longer had the one we grew up with, but that she had a Belgian one, too! So, we adapted.  Other waffle recipes don't seem to adapt well to Belgian Waffle makers, but this one did.  It was crisp and delicious. The flavor of malt wasn't overwhelming, but I like what it did for the texture and color of the waffles.   I topped mine with butter, maple syrup and mini chocolate chips just as the Baked Boys suggested, and it was great!




We enjoyed our waffles with sausage links.


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Enjoy!



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18 comments:

  1. I don't eat waffles very often because of the carbs but this rendition looks tasty!

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  2. Susan, I would definitely call these delicious looking waffles dessert! Wow, they look amazing!

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  3. Hey Susan, I was just getting my post up...no time tomorrow, and I saw where your last post was liked on the Baked boys site...way fun. I also thought your bundt cake was great and your modifications were super. I personally was happy to know that this recipe could be modified for a bundt use...not all cupcakes can go that route. Your waffles look really yummy. We enjoyed these and will use again...another great recipe.

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  4. Oh, these look delicious, Susan! My brother is a waffle fanatic and I think he'd be thrilled if I made him malted waffles!

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  5. I love the waffles especially in the morning

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  6. Mmm...your waffles look wonderful with those sausage links. We also enjoyed these and now I am thinking about getting a waffle maker. :)

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  7. I love sweet and salty together! We had the waffles with bacon :) Your breakfast looks delicious!

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  8. Hm, I never thought about whether certain recipes might turn our differently in a regular waffle maker as opposed to a Belgian waffler -- yours definitely look delish!

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  9. Yours turned out great. I am impressed that your waffles turned out crispy.

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  10. Susan these look too good! I am definitely going to get a waffle maker so I can make these beauties!

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  11. so true! this was the easiest recipe yet, and used the smallest number of bowls by far! i don't think we can say the same for the peanut butter banana pie that's coming up next!

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  12. Wow…these look so yummy! I love waffles…I’m always searching for the perfect recipe…guess I’ll have to give this one a try! Love the addition of malt. Have a great week, Susan!

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  13. Your waffles look nicely cooked and sausages as well, very tasty! this was a easy recipe and lots of fun to!

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  14. I have a waffle maker I have used only one time! But I also have the ingredients for this treat, AND the book, so perhaps its time for me to get this out. Looks like a winner!

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  15. wow...looks delicious & so inviting..I love this..;)
    Tasty Appetite

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  16. Susan...your Belgian malted waffles look beautiful! I love them like that...nice and fluffy and chewy! I agree...the recipe worked well for Belgian waffles. What a great breakfast! : )

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  17. So delicious! Also, I nominated you for an award :) http://redheadcuisine.blogspot.com/2012/05/versatile-blogger-award.html

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  18. May I come over for breakfast?? please pretty please!! :)

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