Easter Waffles

Hi Everybody

Its me agains with these delicious and simple Easter Waffles. I thought I would share with you another quick and cute Easter Treat.

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One of my favourite things about easter is waking up super early, doing an Easter egg hunt and then once all of the excitement is over relaxing and eating some pancakes, but to change things up these simple EasterBunny Waffles are amazing.

What you will need

  • 567g Plain Flour
  • 2½tsp Baking powder
  • ½tsp Salt
  • 5 tbs Sugar
  • 5 eggs seperated
  • 2½ cups milk
  • 208g Melted butter

Firstly separate your eggs, put the egg whites into one bowl and the yolks into another. Then using an electric mixer whisk egg whites until stiff and then set aside. The bowl with the egg yolks add the plain flour, baking powder, salt, sugar and mix lightly.

Then add the melted butter and milk and using an electric mixer beat into a smooth batter. Then using a spoon fold in the egg whites. Now it is time to place the mixture into your waffle maker and let the magic happen.

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To make these waffles special, cut three hearts out if the waffle and then place two into of each other. Then cut the third heart into half for ears and using the left overs of the waffles create whiskers and a nose. Using ice-cream I made a tail and added some to the ears and Nutella and Ice cream for the eyes.  They you can enjoy xx

Hope you all have enjoyed this post and I hope you have an amazing Easter, if you don’t celebrate Easter I hope you have a lovely weekend xoxox

Thanks for reading xxx

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