http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/basics-recipes/waffle-mixture/137187 There are endless waffle recipes on the community to chose from, I was keen to try this sugar free waffle batter in the thermomix. This one from the recipe community was well liked ( link above) and made with yoghurt and separated eggs. The one we had tested previously was an easy waffle recipe in which all the ingredients for the batter were mixed all together. (egg whites were not separated) We’ve decided we prefer the crispness of a waffle batter that has whipped eggs whites. Although this sugar free waffle recipe is a good recipe, the kids cleverly thwarted my attempts to reduce sugar by slathering the waffles with huge amounts of maple syrup which really defeats the purpose of a “sugar free waffle”. So after trying two popular recipes from the community, we’ve decided our own family recipe is still our favourite. Separating the egg whites makes the waffles lighter and crispier. Here it is converted for the thermomix :-
Our family favourite waffles
- 2 eggs
- 1.5 c milk (355 g)
- 0.5 c vegetable oil (90 g)
- 1.75 c flour (245 g)
- 1 Tb baking powder
- 1 Tb sugar
- 1 tsp salt
- Preheat waffle maker.
- Butterfly in, Beat eggs white in thermomix bowl 1 minute, speed 4. Set whites aside.
- With butterfly still in, Add egg yolks, mix 30 seconds, speed 4.
- Add milk, oil, dry ingredients, mix 5 sec, speed 4.
- Add egg whites back in mix 5 sec, reverse sp 2. (Or just fold in whites )
- Cook in waffle maker.
This recipe makes about 6, 4 section waffles. Enough for two breakfasts and great frozen and toasted later for quick easy breakfast.