Easy Breakfast Waffles

There’s nothing better than a warm, crispy waffle on a cold, fall morning. Some melted butter, a little bit of maple syrup – and a sprinkle of icing sugar if you’re feeling fancy – and you are ready to start off your day.┬áIf you need the perfect recipe to make your sweetest autumnal dreams come true, we’re here to help.

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First, grab your blender. Pour in the following ingredients: one egg, one cup of flour, two tablespoons of cornstarch, half a tablespoon of salt, half a teaspoon of baking powder, one cup of milk, a teaspoon of vanilla extract, and a pinch of cinnamon. Blend all ingredients until the batter consistency is smooth.

Once the batter is ready, it’s important to let it rest for a few minutes. In the meantime, you can start preheating the waffle maker. This step is crucial if you want to make sure your waffles cook evenly and don’t stick to the iron. After a few minutes, pour some batter into the center of your waffle maker so it spreads evenly and let it cook. You will know your waffles are done when you can easily open the waffle maker without any effort – they shouldn’t stick to the iron when they’re fully cooked.