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Excellent! I've made these and frozen them to be served at our church cafe. They don't last long and they line up when they find out I've made them, lol. I used oat bran in place of the wheat germ and 1 1/2 Tbs unsweetened applesauce instead of the oil. The smell while they are cooking fills the house and brings everyone to the breakfast table from a dead sleep :)

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lyrpa July 03, 2008

These were tasty, but came out quite soft. This may be from my waffle iron, though. I did have problems with sticking, so had to use a lot of oil on the waffle iron. My toddler liked them as did my husband and I. Put the remaining in the freezer to heat up for quick breakfasts in the morning. Liked the healthiness of the whole wheat and wheat germ to add a little nutrition in!

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StacyMD187373 October 06, 2013

My husband loved these! We found these to very very light for using wheat flour and had a nice wheat flavor. I thought the cinnamon was a little strong for my tastes and would cut back if it were for just my own meal. Thank you.

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Sue Lau May 01, 2008

So good! My kids (1 & 3) gobbled these up! Best as a Belgian style as they puff up nicely. Added wheat bran and flax seed mill in replacement of the wheat germ. Also added fresh blueberries on top. This will be my new whole wheat waffle recipe! Thanks!

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Quest4ZBest July 29, 2007

These were quite tasty -- loved the cinnamon. Thanks for sharing.

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*****Sandy July 05, 2007

These were really good! I didn't have the wheat germ so I used some rolled oats that I had processed in my food processor. They were easy and my picky children even really enjoyed them! I served them with the blueberry topping mentioned here as well! Yum!

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viennagirl November 09, 2006

Yum! These are so good! Light with a slight cinnamon flavor. I made ahead and froze, then reheated in the toaster. Served with maple syrup and also with Up Those Antioxidants With Blueberry Sauce which was fantastic! Made a wonderful and healthy breakfast for the kids in a flash. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama September 10, 2006

These are DELICIOUS! I added another tbsp of cinnamon & another tsp of vanilla & around 1/4 cup of Splenda to the recipe & it was great. Perfect sweet/cinnamon taste with whole wheat flour! Thank you for sharing such a healthy recipe!

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LUVMY2BOYS September 12, 2005

These were pretty darn tasty! It took 2 waffles for my son to decide if he liked them or not :)

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dukeswalker August 24, 2005

Excellent, easy and really delicious! My family loved these and after 1 bite my husband said that this recipe was a definite a keeper. I didn't have powdered milk so I used powdered buttermilk and I substituted whole wheat pastry flour for the all purpose flour. I used 2 tbsp of oil and instead of 3 and had no problems sticking. Each bach took about 7 minutes in my waffle iron and they had a lightly crisp texture on the outside with a slightly dense interior. The flavor was great with a perfect amount of cinnamon flavor and a lovely nutiness from the wheat germ and whole wheat flour. Fantastic!!

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shimmerchk June 04, 2005
Whole-Wheat Cinnamon Waffles