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Old 01-31-2005, 06:17 PM   #1
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No Egg Waffles

These are from my Eat The Norway cookbook and are quite good. They usually take a little longer to brown in the waffler.

NO EGG WAFFLES

1 pint sour cream
6-8 Tbs water
1 tsp baking powder
1-1/4 cup flour
1 tsp salt

Mix all ingredients until smooth. Let stand for 5-10 minutes before baking. We serve them with gjetøst (Norwegian goat cheese), jam, or sour cream and berries.

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Old 02-01-2005, 01:06 AM   #2
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Have you got something low/no fat/sugar to put on them?

A waffle completement nu on it's own is quite unappetising.

Do not suggest fruit, it is normally unobtainable in my location.
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Have you got something low/no fat/sugar to put on them?

A waffle completement nu on it's own is quite unappetising.

Do not suggest fruit, it is normally unobtainable in my location.
I can only suggest canned fruit then, but we eat them warm with just butter as well. If you can get coolwhip it is low cal.
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This may sound goofy but I normally cannot abide pancakes or waffles because they're too filling for me. Would leaving eggs out make a difference? This recipe looks good! :D
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This may sound goofy but I normally cannot abide pancakes or waffles because they're too filling for me. Would leaving eggs out make a difference? This recipe looks good! :D
Yes, I like them and use them when I am out of eggs, or sometimes when I fee I have eaten eggs too often. Do not necessarily believe in the 'egg' scare thing, but you never know.
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Irrelevant, but intersting:

Some canned, preserved fruits ARE better than fresh. So it is not a stupid suggestion.

However, they are invariably packed in sugar syrup. Slower acting, but as poisonous as arsenic to me. But thanks for the suggestion.

I have never made waffles wih eggs. Fanny Farmer has a number of waffle recipes, at least one of which is sans egg.

If anyone wants it I can post it. But I suspect you all have it in your own kitchens.
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