Clase Hornear | Waffles Using A Toastie Maker

by - Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Hi lovelies! You guys know by now that I love baking and cooking, not just that but when there's new simple recipes that I find, I'm bound to try them out, because well it's dessert and I love them. Who says you got to have a waffle maker to make waffles, there's always ways to improvise and make it work. So go ahead and continue, and maybe just maybe I've convinced some of you guys to make it. 


Milk (14tbsp)
Flour (32tbsp)
Baking Soda (1tsp)
Butter (125g)
Vanilla Extract (1tsp)
Condensed Milk (1 tin)


Double Cream
Whipped Cream
Golden Syrup
Icing Sugar


1. Mix the wet ingredients (Butter and Condensed Milk) together using a whisker.

2. Then add the Vanilla Extract and whisk it.

3. In another bowl, sieve the flour, and baking soda.

4. In the bowl with the butter and condensed milk batter, add flour and milk alternatively to the batter.

5. Make sure that you slowly mix the batter when adding flour and milk as the milk could splatter about and the flour could puff in your face.

6. Heat up the toastie maker.

7. Once the maker is heated up, add equal amount of cups/spoon of the batter into each sections.

8. Close the toastie maker, and let the waffles cook for about 7-8 minutes, or check after a couple minutes as some makers vary according to heat etc.

9. Set the waffles in a plate, and decorate it with any creams, or fruits you desire.


That's all lovelies! Quick and simple recipes are my favorites, sometimes long and complicated ones are fun, but they don't always work out for me. So having simple ones, I mean what could go wrong. There is less ingredients, and less things to do. Plus the equipment's and ingredients can be found in your kitchen, so there you go. Please do try it out, and like always comment how things went, and if help is needed then do message me!

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