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Has anyone got a Krups Waffle maker?

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SquiffyHock Wed 24-Sep-08 13:06:26

If so, please could you give me the basic waffle recipe? I have lost my instruction guide any every other waffle recipe I try just isn't the same. Have looked on the Krups website but can only find the American one which (weirdly) isn't the same.

I know it's a hassle to type it up so thank you very much in advance smile

SquiffyHock Thu 25-Sep-08 16:05:00


southcoaster Thu 25-Sep-08 20:06:52

Mine isn't a Krups one but this is the basic recipe I've got:

125g margarine, 250g flour, 1/2 packet of baking powder, 4 eggs, 2tsp sugar, some salt, 375ml buttermilk

Mix ingredients to a semi-solid consistency and let it rest in the fridge for an hour. Pour a little of the dough on the bottom waffle plate. The first waffle plate is ready after about three minutes of baking on the setting 4-5. You can divide the waffle into 5 waffle cores.

Variations: Sprinkle the waffle with icing sugar or serve with cherry sauce, apple sauce, cream, vanilla sauce etc.

littlelapin Thu 25-Sep-08 20:15:12

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SquiffyHock Thu 25-Sep-08 21:24:14

Thank-you both; I'll try them out this weekend! LL, yours seems the most similar to the one I had.

Sounthcoaster - Do you buy very small packets of baking powder???

littlelapin Thu 25-Sep-08 21:39:25

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southcoaster Fri 26-Sep-08 10:36:49

Lol no I think it comes from the fact that the Waffle maker is originally from Germany and there you buy Baking Powder in small packets. 1/2 packet would be about 1 teaspoon.

lilolilmanchester Fri 26-Sep-08 23:11:02

Squiffy, can I hijack briefly please? DS loved making his own waffles at a motel in the US a few years ago. Thinking of buying him a waffle iron for Christmas. Any recommendations or models to avoid please?

southcoaster Sat 27-Sep-08 23:54:14

Uh oh got mine last Christmas but haven't actually used it yet

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