Sunday, March 1, 2009

Sunday Supper - Yogurt Waffles


This recipe comes from Stonyfield Farm. Before we began making our own yogurt, this was the only brand we ever bought. The note on my recipe card says, "excellent. first made 9-24-06." And it is still true today. These are wonderful waffles.

Separate 3 eggs.

Whisk together:
3 egg yolks
2 1/4 cups plain yogurt
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 Tablespoon honey

Stir in:
1/3 cup rolled oats
1/3 cup cornmeal
1/3 cup melted butter

Sift in:
1 cup flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/8 teaspoon salt

Beat well, cover bowl, and let sit for 15 minutes.

Beat egg whites until stiff, and fold into mixture. If too thick, add 1-2 Tablespoons milk.

Cook in waffle iron.

16 comments:

  1. those looks absolutely scrumptious!! I want one...now!!

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  2. How many waffles do you get from this recipe, Nan?

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  3. Thank you, thank you. I just printed it out and put it in my recipe book to try out when I have all the ingredients. Sounds great!

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  4. Wish you were closer, Staci!

    Margaret, it made four of what you see in the picture, plus part of a 5th. Tom and I had two each and the dogs shared the other one.:<)

    Kay, I'm sure you will love them! I'd love to hear when you do make them. I'm a huge waffle fan.

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  5. Those look scrumptious! We don't really do waffles in the UK - pancakes, of the crepe type, yes, and the majority of these are eaten on Shrove Tuesday.
    I think I must go find me a waffle iron!

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  6. Paula, that's so interesting. Our Irish friend always calls 'crepes,' 'pancakes' and does indeed make them only on Shrove Tuesday, and now I know why. Thank you for the info. We have a fantastic Waring waffle iron that even tells you when the waffles are done. Our son gave it to us one Christmas. There's a picture here:

    http://lettersfromahillfarm.blogspot.com/2007/04/tools-of-tradewaffles.html

    and it may be bought here:

    http://www.nisbets.co.uk/products/productdetail.asp?productCode=U997&BrandGroupCode=B15&BrandGroupName=Waring&ShopByBrand=1

    Worth every single penny. We use ours often, and the waffles are always perfect.

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  7. Okay, I'm dying over here. Please send those in a syrup-proof packet straightaway to my igloo north of 60°.

    Thank you.

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  8. Wish I could, Colleen. Probably easier for you to just make 'em! :<)

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  9. Oh these look wonderful on this cold but sunny day.
    Like a lot of recipes that one woman likes - she cuts in half.
    Do not know that would do. Or wonder if you could freeze several. Or I could just wait until company comes. But do not want to.

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  10. I'm sure you can freeze them and pop one out to eat whenever you like! Type freeze homemade waffles into google and you'll find out just how to do so. You don't have to wait!!

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  11. Yum! I love the ingredients list - yogurt, cornmeal, oats !

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  12. Nan, these waffles sound delicious and I'm printing out the recipe!! We're big fans of Stonyfield yogurt, too... that and Brown Cow are my favorites! Thanks for the recipe :)
    Joanne

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  13. Nan just finished a breakfast of your wonderful waffles. They are delicious and filling. I could only eat one. Have 3 to put in freezer. Maple syrup and my 3 cups of green tea made it a good breakfast. Thank you!!

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  14. Ernestine, I'm so happy you made them, and liked them! Thanks for writing to let me know.

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