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  • Writer's pictureCarine Bado

Blueberry& Spinach Waffle

Waffles, waffles and waffles...usually all the kids love waffles. This time, mine is no different for once! As I'm always thinking of new ways to incorporate the good nutrients in his meal, I have decided to try this sweet and savory waffle recipe over the past week-end. With 'Monsieur Pichon', I never know what will happen when trying something new. To be on the safe side, I ended up making four types of waffle: plain, spinach, blueberry & spinach and the last one with Mozzarella cheese. He liked the plain waffle and surprisingly the cheesy one too. As predicted, he was not a big fan of the rest . This is a very basic recipe, ask the 'kiddos' what they would want in their waffle and make it your own. Here for you, my 'Blueberry& Spinach' waffle recipe. You will need :

-1 cup of all purpose flour

-1 cup of buttermilk

-1/2 cup of mozzarella cheese

-1/3 cup of organic wild blueberries

-2 eggs

-1/4 cup of melted butter

-1 tbsp of maple syrup

-1/2 tbsp of baking powder

-1/8 tsp of salt

-2 drops of vanilla extra

Mix the dry ingredients together ( flour, baking powder, salt ). In two bowls, separate the egg whites and yolks and whisk the whites up to firm peaks. In the egg's yolks bowl, mix the maple syrup, buttermilk and melted butter together. Pour this mixture unto the dry ingredients bowl and vigorously whip everything ( or use an electric mixer). Finally, gently fold the firm white peaks into the mixture. The waffle batter should now be ready. At this point, depending on your choice, add the vanilla extract drops , blueberries, spinach or cheese... In a greased Waffle maker, pour the mixture ( do not overload), let it cook until golden, and Voila!

I served it with some Bacon and Scrambled eggs on the side; no maple syrup on top, he hates it! LOL. Bon appetit !

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