My mom taught me a secret about waffles that we use all the time now. Sometimes it really is just easier to use a really yummy mix (we love the pancake mix from Sam’s club by Daily Chef), but then they don’t taste homemade. SO! Here’s Our Secret Waffle Recipe.
It’s all about a little buttermilk and almond extract! That’s it. Just add it to the basic recipe substituting buttermilk for 1/4 of the liquid and adding that almond extract. You can’t tell what it is that makes them awesome, but it changes everything!
Can Waffle Batter Be Kept Overnight?
Pancake and waffle batter that is made with baking powder can be made ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator.
Allow the batter to come to room temperature and stir a little for best results.
Since the baking powder may lose some of its potency overnight, you may want to sprinkle just a little into the batter and stir gently.
Can Leftover Waffles Be Frozen?
The best way to freeze leftover waffles is to cool completely and then place on a cooking sheet in a single layer.
Put the waffles in the freezer for an hour or two, until frozen, then transfer the waffles to a freezer bag and store for 3-4 months.
How Do You Reheat Waffles?
Preheat oven or toaster oven to 350 degrees.
Place waffles in a single layer on a baking sheet.
Bake for 10-15 minutes.