Maybe for some of you waffles don’t remind you of summer but growing up every summer we would go to my Nana and Grandpop’s house on Long Beach Island and they would make homemade waffles for breakfast. It was my Nana’s mom (my Nana Kay’s recipe). I am not sure how many batches of waffles Nana and Grandpop would make for my big family but I do remember having to wait my turn… and we always served the homemade waffles from youngest to oldest which is the same way we do it in my home today! Not sure I should admit this but that is my plate below:). The only way to truly eat waffles right?
Nana Kay’s Homemade Waffles
– 2 cups flour
– 4 tsp. baking powder
– 1/2 salt
– 2 eggs separated
– 1 3/4 cups milk
– 4 tbsp. melted butter
1) Shift dry ingredients together
2) Add egg yolks and milk (mix thoroughly)
3) Add 4 tablespoons melted butter
4) Whip and then fold in egg whites
5) Bake your batter in your waffle iron.
I double this recipe for the six of us.
Here’s a picture of my Nana Kay at the shore with my mom…isn’t she stylish? I was fortunate enough to know her into my teen years. She was an amazing knitter and would knit all my sweaters, hats, gloves and scarves growing up:).
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