this recipe was utterly amazing, however A BIT too much egg was added. just kidding, i never tried it haha i dont cook, my mom does.
This is a good recipe. I made it by the book yesterday and the waffles turned out great - only got about 2.25 waffles out of it though.
I tried it again just this morning with a few modifications that made them a bit fluffier and easier to prepare.
Replace the melted butter with canola oil,replace the milk with butter milk, and don't waste your time betting the egg white separate from the rest of the ingredients.
Great recipe, but it doesn't make a big batch. I made 6 medium sized pancakes out of this, but that was only enough for two people. Otherwise, wonderful recipe! My boyfriend asked me to make this again.
Can't wait to try this. BTW...the malting process converts starch in the grains into sugar. Then the sugar can be fermented into alcohol to make delicious beverages like beer or scotch. Yummy! Scotch and malted waffles!
This is the best waffle recipe I've ever tried! Like others state, be aware that the recipe as stated makes very few waffles - about 1 1/2 - 2. I did alter the recipe. First, I could not find malted milk in my store (and this was at a huge A & P). So, I bought malt Ovaltine (NOT chocolate!). Looking at the ingredients I saw it was basically malt and sugar, so I replaced both the malt and the sugar with 3 tablespoons of Ovaltine. I also used buttermilk which I think works better for pancakes and waffles (though one time they turned out a bit mushy - I may try regular milk next time). Like most recipes for waffles or pancakes it does not call for nearly enough liquid - I used about 1 1/2 cups buttermilk.
I tripled this recipe and made 9 large Belgian waffles. They were excellent! I did use another reviewer's suggestion and used powdered buttermilk with water in place of milk. However, if you want a crispy waffle, this is not it. Even with a few modifications (4 tbsps. Smart Balance Blend + 8 tbsps. canola oil, 1 tbsp. sugar + 2 tbsp. Splenda, 2 eggs + 1/4 c. egg substitute-remember this is for a triple recipe!), these came out perfectly! Will definitely use this recipe again.
I went to college in the South where malted pecan waffles a staple, this recipe is very close. I always double it and add 1 tsp vanilla and toasted pecans.