Buttermilk Prairie Waffles Recipe
You'll want to wake up to this buttermilk waffle recipe from the Saskatchewan prairies, best served with Canadian maple syrup and crisp bacon.
Best waffles ever!! Family said it was their favorite breakfast food of all time!!
I got a Breville waffle iron, and I searched for a buttermilk waffle recipe; then, I found this one and never looked back. My guests request it whenever they visit. Yummy!!
My kids love this recipe. The waffles are light and buttery.
Easiest waffle recipe. I halved entire recipe & it still made 3 huge Belgian style waffles. This is the only buttermilk recipe you'll ever need.
These. Are. Awesome. Even my husband, who is not a waffle eater, has seen the light. He said they are the best waffles he has ever eaten, and everyone else agrees. I made them exactly as directed, adjusting to only 1/2 teaspoon of salt because I also used salted butter. If using unsalted butter, I would use the full teaspoon. Golden and crisp on the outside, fluffy and tender inside. This recipe made 6 large round Belgian style waffles. Tip: Melt butter and warm syrup to drizzle over your hot waffle as soon as it comes out. Nobody wanted to wait to dress their waffle before digging in. ;-) I have had a very expensive waffle maker in my cabinet for years, but waffles always seemed labor intensive because of separating out egg whites, folding in later. No more. We will make these again and again. I am hooked, and so is my family.
Crispy and delicious. Loved that this had no sugar in it- fruit or syrup is plenty sweet. Cut back the butter just a bit. Cooks up crisp, golden, and has a nice buttermilk tang. I use Saco dried buttermilk, so I always have it in my fridge.
These waffles are light and fluffy not heavy. I started using only 1/2 the butter and can’t tell the difference. I wouldn’t use less. These are similar to our family buttermilk pancakes, so these are a definitely a hit.