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Light and Fluffy Waffles

Light and Fluffy Waffles

These waffles are light and fluffy and delicious! And I am sharing three different versions today for these waffles.

I am sharing this one, which is a regular light and fluffy waffle, but I am also sharing a light and fluffy dairy free waffle, and a light and fluffy gluten free dairy waffle.

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Over the last several weeks I have been working on new waffle recipes. My family doesn’t mind it at all when I do some major recipe testing, especially when waffles are involved!

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With some tweaking and adjusting I have come up with several versions of these light and fluffy waffles that my family love. I decided to share all three recipes because they are all recipes that I have been making for my family. They are all delicious so I knew I had to share them all!

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Most of the time I make the same thing for everyone in my family, but occasionally I decide to adapt things to fit everyone’s food issues. There are times when everyone just enjoys having their own versions.

Light and fluffy waffles is a case of just that. I have tweaked and adapted them to get three different versions so that everyone in my family was happy.

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These are the regular version, but if you are dairy free be sure to check out my dairy free waffles. If you are gluten free and dairy free, be sure to check out my gluten free dairy free waffles.

And since I am not dairy free, I will admit that my favorite way to eat waffles is with fruit and whipped cream. Yes, that makes it more like dessert, but it is so good!

What is your favorite way to eat waffles?

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Light and Fluffy Waffles
These waffles are light and fluffy and delicious!
  • 1½ cups milk, warmed slightly
  • 6 tablespoons oil
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 cups flour
  • 1½ teaspoons yeast
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  1. In a bowl whisk together all ingredients, except baking powder. Be sure it is a bowl large enough for the batter to rise. Whisk just until well combined. It is okay if it is not perfectly smooth.
  2. Cover the bowl and let rest at room temperature for 1 hour or refrigerate overnight.
  3. Heat waffle iron.
  4. Stir baking powder into batter.
  5. Cook according to directions on waffle iron.
  6. Serve and enjoy!


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  1. Shirlene Weber says:

    I will give your recipes a try for the waffles since I bought a new waffle maker recently! I agree with you on the fruit and whipped cream with waffles are the best way to eat them 🙂 Have a wonderful start to your school week. My little goes to public school and starts Tues (tomorrow). He loves waffles plain and cold if we have leftover’s. No need to freeze them he will eat them anytime. Thanks for the recipes.

  2. I love waffles with fruit and a tablespoon of plain yogurt that I sweetened lightly with honey.
    Your waffles look delicious. Do U think almond milk would work instead of coconut milk? Thanks.

  3. I’d wanted to try a yeasted waffle for awhile, and so tonight I used this recipe as a savory waffle! Left out the vanilla and maple syrup and added in flax seed meal, a whole shredded (&dried) zucchini, and 1/3 cup Parmesan cheese. My daughters are devouring them! This will be my go-to recipe for sure!

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