Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Wednesday Waffles



Waffles slathered in homemade apple sauce with dots of raspberry jam...yum!
Wednesday Morning
Wednesdays this semester are wonderful. It's the only day in the week that the alarm doesn't go off at some ungodly hour...we don't have class till the afternoon, and boy, do we love it!  This morning, Karl and I woke up and stumbled out of bed to the intoxicating smell of: waffles! My roommate Sophie had woken up earlier and there she was, all sleepy and pajama-clad, spooning batter into our trusty old waffle iron and producing these disks of bliss (okay, I may be exaggerating now, when when they're piling up and you're hungry, boy, do those puppies look good!) 
  
Homemade Apple Sauce

She and Pete (her BF, Hong Kong born, Florida raised) had even decked the table, including the homemade apple sauce and her mom's delicious homemade jams. Something about a lit candle at breakfast makes the occasion feel so festive! 

Needless to say, everything was delicious. We had just made some apple sauce the day before out of some no-longer-perfect apples we had lying around. There's no recipe for this: just peel and core and cover in some water. Boil until they're soft and mash mash mash. We don't add sugar (or cinnamon, or cloves, or anything) and it tastes perfect just the way it is!



This is our recipe for waffles:

Ingredients
100 g butter, softened (a little less than half a cup)
60g sugar (that's 1/3 cup or 4 Tablespoons)
300g flour (2 1/2 cups)
3 eggs
375ml milk (1 1/2 cup)
1 teaspoon baking powder
a pinch of salt
a dash of vanilla

Instructions
Beat the butter with sugar and vanilla until light and fluffy. Add eggs one at a time. Combine flour, baking soda, and salt and alternate adding milk and flour mixture to the batter, mix until smoothly combined.  Easy peasy!

Spoon a ladle-ful of batter into a pre-greased waffle iron and wait impatiently until each waffle turns golden brown. Yum!


Leftover "ich liebe dich" (I love you) cupcake!
And for dessert, the last of the valentine's day cupcakes (they froze surprisingly well!) Thank you, Karl, for dreaming up such a cute and long-lasting surprise.

Look up at the Sky!

-Zanna

PS. The last time we had waffles 

PPS. Who's who? The Boyfriend/Roommate situation explained.

9 comments:

  1. This looks SO good, I'll definitely have to make it and try it out!! Also, I just across your blog and I'm hooked! You make the most interesting and creative posts x.
    Love from Dubai,
    Aena

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    1. Wow, thanks for the compliment, Aena! And these are super yummy, I hope you make them and enjoy as much as we did!

      -Zanna

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  2. These waffles look super yummy! Happy Thursday!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  3. Wow all the food look so yummy!

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  4. Those waffles look tastey! beautiful table setting too!

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  5. Oh, yum! It's been so long since the last time I had waffles so this definitely made my mouth water. What a great roommate and an awesome way to wake up. Thanks a lot for sharing how you guys make apple sauce, who knew it can be that simple? Definitely trying it :)

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    1. She is a great roomate! And we looooove her super-simple apple sauce recipe...let me know how it works out if you try it :)

      Zanna

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  6. Yum- they look and sound so good! Never thought of applesauce on waffles but I bet it's great!
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