Waffles for Dinner – YES, PLEASE

The temperature has finally began to change, here, and after returning to in-class learning (after our distance learning week), I knew that homemade waffles was exactly what my family needed to soothe their spirits. And we happen to be a family who turns to breakfast for dinner when we are needing comfort food.

Warm, buttermilk waffles, with cinnamon sprinkled in the batter and a touch of vanilla is enough to make you swoon. Add piping hot syrup and you may fall head over heels.

I’ve been using gluten-free flour for most all of my flour based foods, however, this time I used KAMUT flour. I’ve been waiting on this flour since March and I finally got my hands on it. This flour is easier to digest, higher in protein, no GMO, and If you don’t follow The Food Nanny may I suggest you do so. They just released a cookbook all about KAMUT. My goal is to cook the book.

One of the many things I love about The Food Nanny is their love of bringing their family around the dinner table every night. That’s also where my heart is as well, Family Meal Time. Cooking and serving my family is where I thrive best, and The Food Nanny shows you how to create this special time with ease and confidence.

Sift dry ingredients
Whisk wet ingredients
Combine wet and dry ingredients
Place in a hot and greased waffle griddle….the older the better. 😉

These Buttermilk Waffles will surely become a staple in your house as they are in ours. Head over to The Food Nanny blog and let me know what you think!

The Food Nanny Buttermilk Waffles recipe

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