Today's calendar offers the first-ever recipe of this blog! Might be the last one, too.
I'm not much of a baker and I'm nowhere near a happy home maker, and I always prefer
salty delicacies over the sugary ones, but waffles are my secret weapon.
Even an anti-Martha Stewart like myself can prepare these!
- 5 dl flour (you can use wholegrain if you'd like a healthier version)
- 2 tsp. baking powder
- 1/2 - 1 dl sugar (preferably brown)
- a pinch of salt
- 1 tsp. cardamom
- 7 dl soy milk
- 3-4 tbsp. soy yoghurt
- a small amount of oil
Here's the simple instructions: Mix the dry ingredients in a bowl. Sculpt a hole in the middle, pour in half of the soy milk and mix well. Pour in the rest of the soy milk, the soy yoghurt & oil. Mix well and let the dough swell for about half an hour or less in room temperature. Heat up the waffle iron, oil it with coconut oil and start frying. Simple as that! ♥
And one good tip; don't pile up the fresh waffles, they stay nicely crunchy if you store them on the oven's grate like this:
And here's a little extra something that made me laugh! I was watching Charlie and the Chocolate Factory while munching away on these waffle hearts, and this popped right out of the blue. So appropriate! I bet Willy Wonka would have the same expression if he ever tasted my baked goods..