Belgian Waffles

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Belgian Waffles
You can use a regular waffle iron for this recipe as well. Belgian Waffles are thicker than traditional irons. I usually make a triple batch and freeze them. They can be cooked in the toaster. You can serve these with fresh fruit as a dessert.
  1. 4 Jumbo Eggs , separated ( let them get to room temp. to make it easier)
  2. 3 Tablespoons Margarine, Melted (Paula! BUTTER - BUTTER!)
  3. 1 Teaspoon Vanilla
  4. 1 Cup Flour
  5. 1 Cup Soy Milk (You can substitute real Milk here)
  1. Beat egg yolks on medium speed with electric mixer until thick.
  2. Add Margarine and Vanilla and continue to mix until well blended.
  3. Add Flour and Soy Milk and continue to mix until smooth
  4. Beat egg whites until peaks form
  5. Fold egg whites into batter ( use rubber spatula and turn it in gently)
  6. Cook on waffle iron according to directions until golden brown
  7. This usually only takes 1 – 2 minutes.
  8. Serve with fresh fruit or syrup

Yummy & Easy. Paula was trying to make this "Parve" by using margarine and soy milk. Forget it. Go for the butter & real milk!

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Oh but when you have lactose intolerant and high cholesterol family members, go with the margarine and soy milk. I guarantee you will NOT know the difference.

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