HeartSmart Recipes


Dad's Applesauce Waffles with Buckwheat

1 1/2 cups water
1/2 cup powdered skim milk
approximately 1 1/2 cups 1% milk
3 eggs (or Egg Beaters)
3 cups buttermilk pancake mix
1 cup buckwheat pancake flour
1 pint unsweetened applesauce or any canned fruit
(or if you're desperate, 1/2 cup grape jam or any jam)
(He also adds 2 Tbsp. wheat bran)
Vegetable spray

In large mixing bowl, combine eggs, water, milk & applesauce or other substitute for it.
Whip with wisk until well mixed.
Add powdered milk & whip until dissolved.
Remove wisk & add flour slowly, mixing with a large spoon.
When batter has small lumps remaining, stop mixing.
If too soupy, add more flour slowly & carefully. If too stiff, add lowfat milk slowly until it's the right consistency.
Heat waffle maker to temperature.
It's very important to SPRAY both upper & lower grids with vegetable spray, even with non-stick surfaces.
Spoon in mixture to fill griddle & bake until it stops steaming or until done.
Spray grids each time you add batter to the waffle maker. It will stick if you don't.
Repeat until batter is all gone.
Good luck!! We love them. We freeze the extras & heat them in the toaster.
Makes 16 4- inch waffles.


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