Monday, December 13, 2010

::Beer Waffles::

"The way to a man's heart is through his stomach"...especially with a recipe like ::Beer Waffles::! These waffles are so light and fluffy and that is what makes them so delicious! Especially when paired with the ::Cowboy Syrup::  that was featured in a September post. This past weekend I was going to do all my Christmas baking; but that came to a halt when I was missing a few key ingredients. So, Christmas baking will be done the end of this week or weekend...and I am soooo excited! Anyways, happy waffles and happy baking! Enjoy!

::Beer Waffles::

Combine and mix:
2 cups flour
1/4 tsp. salt
4 tsp. baking powder

Add and beat until smooth:
1 1/2 cups milk
1 cup beer
1/2  cup melted butter
2 eggs yolks (save the egg whites)
Beat the 2 egg whites until soft peaks form; fold into batter.
Pour into waffle iron and make until golden brown.

Seems like every "dry" ingredient mix starts with a little flour!

Salt. Throw a little over your right shoulder for good luck...

Baking powder.

PS: Not shown in these pics is the butter...don't forget it! :)

The key ingredient! The recipe calls for one cup...this can holds more than one with it as you please :)

The cup of beer.

2 eggs.

Egg whites. To get the egg whites I crack the egg and put it back-and-forth between the shell; keeping the yolk in and letting the whites fall into the bowl.

Preheated and sprayed with some Pam.

Gotta love the waffle iron!

Pre-eggwhite batter.

Form soft peaks.

Soft peaks are when you pull the beaters up and out of the white and a peak forms and falls.

Now to fold in.

Ready for the waffle iron heat!

All done and ready for the syrup!
Enjoy! :)

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