#FoodieFriday Waffles for Dinner

My daughter used some of her Christmas money to buy The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime. She has become a big fan of Ree Drummond, and we’ve made The Bread┬áto go with soup on several occasions. I got a waffle iron for Christmas, and I made some yeasted buttermilk waffles to break it in. My daughter was itching to make a batch of Ree’s waffles, though, so we had breakfast for dinner. Her separation of the yolks from the whites to make her waffles intrigued me, so I was definitely up for the task. Unfortunately, we found ourselves stuck at home with no baking powder, so I had to replace each teaspoon of baking powder with a 2:1 ratio of cream of tartar and baking soda. Also, the recipe just called for milk — I used buttermilk because I bought it thinking I needed it for the recipe. And the results…


Delicious! We spread on butter and drizzled pancake syrup and served up some cheesy scrambled eggs, maple bacon, and sliced peaches to make it a full meal. Everyone enjoyed how much vanilla came through in each bite.

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