Spiced Stout Waffles
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Jacqueline May 30, 2015
Outstanding!I used Young's Double Chocolate Stout, and had too replace about 1/3 of the flour with whole wheat because I ran out. They were great!
Monica February 2, 2014
My buttermilk curdled. Just a warning to anyone else who wants to try these and maybe hasn't ever had to heat up buttermilk before...
Katie Z. March 2, 2013
I made these last night for dinner, and they were fantastic! I used Otter Creek Brewery's Russian Imperial Stout, and was pleasantly surprised by the richness of flavor it added, in addition to the chewy-crispness already mentioned. As an added bonus, leftover waffles freeze well, and are just as good when reheated in the toaster, making them great for an on-the-go breakfast! Definitely putting this in my breakfast rotation. I slathered mine with peanut butter and maple syrup, but I bet Jay's Peanut Butter Maple Syrup would be AMAZING ( http://food52.com/recipes/4662-buttermilk-french-toast-with-jay-s-peanut-butter-maple-syrup ) Thanks so much, DulaNotes!
SuzanneBaggett January 21, 2013
Just made these for Our Inauguration Day breakfast. Enchantingly light and chewy crisp. In other words simply perfect. Topped with some sliced bananas. Our new favorite waffle.
SamanthaK January 13, 2013
Not being a beer lover, can someone tell me if I can use a non-stout beer in this recipe?
em-i-lis January 13, 2013
the beer is primarily for fluffiness (re: rather than yeast), rather than flavor. i didn't notice any sort of prominent beer taste...these are great!
Nicole D. January 18, 2013
Thanks, Em-i-lis! Yes, there isn't a distinct beer flavor as it is more to have the batter act like that of a yeasted waffle. That being said, I have tried lagers and light ipa's from local breweries that worked great in the recipe, too.
Hannah H. January 11, 2013
These look so delicious and fluffy, I love the idea of having beer in waffles!
BoulderGalinTokyo January 11, 2013
Have to admit I have no beer recipes in my repertoire. But I'm going to start with these waffles, they look luscious! Congratulations.
darksideofthespoon January 10, 2013
I can't wait to try these, dear husband just got me a waffle maker for christmas. Perhaps I can make another waffle recipe other than Aretha Frankensteins ;)
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