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Breakfast Waffles

Breakfasts are a biggy here at Taylor Towers. And so here is a slight twist on the pancake option since we have a waffle machine (bought at a very reasonable price from an online rainforest named retailer!). The machine makes 4 rectangular waffles at a time and this mix usually makes 8, sometimes 9 waffles.


This recipe is taken from Jamie Oliver but can be altered to suit your flavour preferences. Mrs Taylor's favourite is with freshly grated orange zest to bring a fresh burst of flavour to your morning plate.


You could try adding a dash of vanilla extract, cinnamon, lemon zest/juice, apple pie mix... or simply keep them plain.

The choice is yours and yours options are many.


Almost as easy as pie, whizz everything together in a jug or bowl with an electric whisk if you have one. A classic hand whisk and lots of determination and elbow grease work just as well.

Mix until the batter is smooth.


Use your waffle machine as it instructs - remember not to overfill the waffle irons. Just one more job cleaning it all up!


Serve with whatever you like. They're much like a pancake; they can be sweet or savoury. So mix 'em, cook 'em, serve 'em and enjoy 'em anyway you like!

Waffles in action

Measure ingredients. Switch machine on.
Whizz ingredients together while machine warms.
Pour batter into waffle moulds. Don’t overfill.
Cook according to machine instructions.
Cook until golden in colour.
Voila! Enjoy with your preferred toppings.