Saturdays are for late breakfasts as a family. And nothing is more important than sleeping in and enjoying some really good breakfast that doesnt take all morning to prepare. In that spirit, enter Easy Breakfast Waffles with Cherry Marmalade!
It started on Mother’s Day brunch, when we were both with a client event that none of us had more than a moment to spare for breakfast for three days. Seriously, we slept 9 hours in 4 days.
So in the days after, we do waffles! And nothing else!
I honestly wasn’t a big waffle fan until recently, thinking that a crunchy outer texture was ruined by adding syrup and butter. It felt a little boring. Just very monotone.
But the trick to good waffles is dressing them up! Figuring out different things that go well together to make for an interesting experience. To keep the crunchy exterior texture, substitute syrup for Jam. And a good, amazing cherry jam goes a long way to make good waffles.
Making the Waffles
It’s as simple as measure, blend, and pour into the waffle maker! (Affiliate link) That’s it! Everything else gets dressed on the plate. A spoonful of your favorite marmalade makes this waffle pop.
For the powdered sugar, a sifter or a strainer does wonders to get a beautiful coating on the waffles.
Here’s to more Saturday morning to come!
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This Easy Breakfast Waffles with Cherry Marmalade recipe is perfect for relaxing Saturday morning breakfasts. With Sweet Cherry Jame and powdered sugar, you get a warm waffle that wont get soggy or boring!
1 Cup All Purpose Flour
1 Tsp Baking Powder
1 Cup Milk
1/3 cup Sugar
1 pinch Kosher Salt
1 Tbsp Vanilla Extract
In a blender add the milk and eggs first, then the vanilla extract and the dry ingredients. In a waffle maker, add a cup of the batter and close the lid. After about 6 minutes, remove the waffle from the waffle-maker and let cool.
Invest in a good waffle maker like this one! A really good one will cook the waffles to a crispy texture faster and will cook both sides evenly. The lower end models wont cook waffles as evenly and will take longer to do so.
- Category: Breakfast
- Method: Waffles
- Cuisine: American
Keywords: Waffles, Cherry, Breakfast, Brunch
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