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Gerry this is a great waffle recipe. Nice and crisp and tasty. Only thing I changed was to add a teaspoon of vanilla. My DH loves waffles so this will be a nice breakfast tomorrow. Thanks.
I love the taste of these waffles. I will definitely be making these again!
Excellent waffles, crispy outside but soft inside. They were gobbled up here and I will use this recipe often. So easy! I got 8 round waffles. This was made for Fall PAC 2009. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
I made this for PAC Fall 2008. We got about 20 5 inch square waffles, give or take with overflow and not putting enough on the griddle. My family was crazy for these. The kids raved and DH said he couldn't imagine waffles tasting any better than these. We only had two left over. I guess we have a keeper:)
We really liked the taste of these waffles. I also doubled the recipe so I can freeze the extras.
This is my new favorite recipe for waffles. I'm definitely going to make these again. I tried it with sour milk, but will go out and get buttermilk for this next time. Also I used melted butter instead of margarine. Thanks for an awesome yummy recipe.
These were so good, my kids loved them! They even asked if I could make them again for dinner! LOL They were simple to make, I made just as posted! I made these for ZWT 4 and will be making this on a regular basis. Thanks for posting!
These waffles were perfect. I followed the recipe exactly and rewarded with the tastiest waffles ever! There is no need to go out for breakfast when these are so simple to make.
These are the best waffles ever. You are so lucky to have had such a talented grandma Gerry. The buttermilk waffles are crisp on the outside and soft and tender on the inside...and they taste wonderful. They puffed up nice and big and kept there shape. I ate the first two with nothing on them because they were so good. Kudos on an excellant recipe and thank you so much for sharing.
These are wonderful waffles - crisp outside, tender middle. I made just as written for 3 of my grandsons ( ages 5, 6 and 7) and they now are _certain_ that I'm the best Gran in the world.;-) Thanks for sharing your Grandma's recipe!