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Spiced Stout Waffles

By • January 10, 2013 • 1 Comment

Spiced Stout Waffles by DulaNotes

WHO: DulaNotes is a food lover from Michigan with a trusty chef's knife. 
WHAT: A yeasty waffle that makes it okay to have beer for breakfast. 
HOW: Wet meets dry meets hot waffle iron. And don't forget the syrup. 
WHY WE LOVE IT: The beer does all of the yeasty work in these waffles -- so forget working with the real stuff. They're forgiving and quick, though they don't taste like it, and we plan to eat them on many Saturday mornings ahead. 

 

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All of the ducks -- we mean ingredients -- in a row.

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Buttermilk meets melted butter.

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Meets beer.

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Let's turn our attention to the dry ingredients.

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And the sand art begins!

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Flour, sea salt, baking powder and soda, sugar, cinnamon, and cardamom make a lovely mix.

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Give it a whisk!

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Don't put that whisk away -- this recipe gives it a workout.

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It's just a little, but this vanilla will count for a lot.

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Remember that beer? It makes its debut.

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With all of that yeast -- it's alive!

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You're almost there!

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Use a little muscle and a wooden spoon.

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And onto a buttered waffle iron it goes! Wait. Patiently.

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Okay, now you can dig in.

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over 1 year ago AflacAssist.com

Thanks for this idea. Easy to prepare and I believe will really taste good. AflacAssist.com