Back to School is only a week away. We want our kids to go to school with full bellies to make the best of their day. Mornings around here can be a struggle. mostly for getting my daughter to eat something before school. No one at my house really likes to eat first thing. On a positive note, she will try a tiny piece of something before she says no. She loves waffles, so I decided to try and create cornmeal waffles and hope the texture works for her. It didn’t but that’s ok.
While I do prefer that my daughter eats before school, I know that shortly after school starts it will be snack time. The time she is normally ready to start her eating for the day.
Sweet and Savoury Cornmeal Waffles
I have been growing a few herbs on my balcony so I could use in my cooking and baking. So for my waffles, I decided to add some of my rosemary and make a savoury but sweet waffle. My daughter suggested honey to make them sweet. So that is what I used.
I used about 3 sprigs of Rosemary by removing the leaves from the stems and chopping them up fine. Next, I prepared all the dry ingredients into a large bowl.
I pulled out another bowl and added the wet ingredients to it.
Next, I added the dry ingredients to the moist and blended until well combined.
I turned on the waffle iron and once it was heated up, I added about 3/4 cups of batter to the iron. Depending on the size you want your waffles will determine the amount of batter to pour. I left them in the iron until the steam disappeared and the waffles were a golden to light brown.
The waffles turned out soft and fluffy and had just the right combination of rosemary and honey.
Originally I was going to add both bacon and cheese into the waffle mixture but decided to leave them out. Instead, I added the bacon as a side and topped with this quick and easy apple compote I made.
Sweet and Savoury Cornmeal Waffles
Easy to make Sweet and Savoury Rosemary and Honey Cornmeal Waffles
- 1 cup Cornmeal
- 1 cup Flour
- 1 tbsp Rosemary
- 1/2 cup Honey
- 1 1/4 tsp Baking soda
- 1/2 tsp Baking Powder
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- 3 tbsp melted butter
- 1 1/2 cup Buttermilk
In a large bowl, mix cornmeal, flour, Baking Soda, Baking Powder and salt together.
In another bowl mix the buttermilk, honey, egg and butter
Combine the wet mixture into the dry ingredients and blend until just combined. Set aside until the waffle iron is hot (5 minutes)
Lightly grease or use a non-stick spray on the waffle iron. Add 1/2 -1 cup of mixture into the pan. Cook until no more steam is escaping the iron.
Each waffle takes approximately 4 minutes to cook and the recipe makes 6 waffles or 24 quarters.
If you make enough waffles at the beginning of the week, you can freeze them and pull them out in the mornings, pop in the toaster and breakfast is ready. They will also make an easy lunch for days when you haven’t prepared one.
Looking for more quick and easy breakfasts to help you through the week? You are in luck! I have teamed up with 3 other Canadian Blogger Mamas to help you out with some awesome recipes.
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How do you like your waffles?
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We just got a new waffle maker, I’ll have to try these!
My husband and I enjoyed them, my daughter, not so much. I want to get another waffle iron so I can make more at one time.
This is an easy recipe and thank you for making that way:) This is such a wonderful idea and I bet is tasty.
I’ve always wanted to make my own homemade waffles. Now, you’re totally inspiring me to go out and get a waffle iron!
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