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August 10, 2018

Belgian Waffles
These waffles are a classic staple to start any day off right. A seventh generation FarmHer, Tori Streitmatter from Illinois, shares these Belgian Waffles as her favorite recipe!
2 egg yolks (separate the whites)
2 cups of milk
2 cups of flour
1 tablespoon of baking powder
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1/3 cup vegetable oil
2 egg whites (stiffly beaten with hand-mixer)

Preheat waffle iron(s)

Put all ingredients except for egg whites in a large bowl
Beat all the ingredients in the large bowl on low using a mixer
Increase speed to medium and mix until smooth
By hand, fold egg whites into the main mixture
Spray non-stick cooking spray onto the pre-heated waffle iron grids
Pour 1/2 cup of batter over the center of the waffle iron grids
*Makes approximately 14 waffles
Read the blog about Tori Steitmatter from Season two HERE.

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