Sunday, March 11, 2012

Birthday Cake Waffles

Lynnette told me one day that the best french toast she had ever eaten were dipped in cake batter.  I had never heard of this, but thought it would be fun to try it with waffles (of course I did!).  As you can imagine, the kids loved them.  They affectionately named them Birthday Cake Waffles.  The only thing that could have made them better would have been a candle on top to blow out!

Birthday Cake Waffles
by: Carolyn 
1 white cake mix
1 3/4 c. white flour
1 Tbsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
1 1/2 c. milk
1/4 c. oil
2 eggs

In a mixing bowl, mix the cake mix according to the package directions and then set it aside.  In another large bowl combine all the other ingredients and mix it well.  Bake the waffles in your waffle iron and then set them aside.  Spray a griddle with cooking spray.  Now, take a waffle and dip it in the cake batter and cook it on the griddle (like you would french toast).  
The cake batter gets pretty thick on the waffle, and this is OK.  The more batter the merrier.  It just makes it more cake-y. 
Serve these with syrup, powdered sugar or whipped cream.  And preferably sprinkles and a candle.  Happy Birthday!

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