Combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in a large bowl.
Note: If using liquid sweeteners like honey, agave etc, I usually tend to add them along with the wet ingredients.
I substituted Agave Nectar for the sugar, almond milk for regular milk, and instead of using 4 egg whites i used 4 eggs (egg yolk and egg white). They were very delicious!
I made these waffles using a 2-square Begian waffle maker. Doubled the ingredients. I added a cup of dark chocolate chips (why not?). Cooked one batch to a golden brown for that day's breakfast. Cooked the second batch to a light brown. When the second batch cooled I wrapped each waffle in wax paper and put into a freezer bag. The kids take out one or two for breakfast on school mornings. Pop into the toaster on the frozen setting. They come out hot and golden brown. Fabulous recipe!
Actually my husband finds them bland as well (not dry though). But then every single recipe of waffles to us tastes bland if no additions (or topped with syrup or sauce) has been made. So, see if this helps - I usually chop strawberries into small pieces and toss few blueberries as well to this batter. It adds more moisture as well as flavor to these waffles. --DK
Well so do you pal! :) --DK
Please refer the Tips section under the Ingredients for the Egg Substitution list --DK
Please refer to the "Reference" section where I have linked to the make of my brand.
Oh yes, I have. Will post about it some time soon :)
I am surprised to see you surprised Steven. I have never said that I avoid white flour - I enjoy everything - the ones that are empty calories in moderation though :) But I am not for eliminating anything in my diet - just prioritize them