There are a lot of “holidays” in the Spring, but ya wanna know what one of my faves is? Waffle Day. It’s on March 25th but I celebrated it this year, early, with these glorious, crispy and fluffy Best Bacon Waffles! And then I slathered them with my Bacon Pecan Syrup (although I left the pecans out) and had my own little celebration. This is an excellent waffle recipe, btw, without the bacon, too. I like it even more than the Alton Brown’s Really Good Waffles that are already on my site.
Alton Brown’s Really Good Waffles
Are you a waffle lover? I am. I love a good waffle. I like to make them for dinner – because they’re just too much of a pain to make in the a.m. One exception might be Alton Brown’s Really Good Waffles.
Marion Cunningham’s Overnight Waffles (Belgian)
Remember International Waffle day a few days ago? If you haven’t seen the post on Marion Cunningham’s Waffles, take a peek. Wonderful waffles, I’m sure, in a standard Waffle iron, but not so good as Belgian Waffles. I simply had to revisit that recipe and make them one more time with my suggested modifications – and here they are, in all their glory, adapted.
Marion Cunningham’s Overnight Yeasted Waffles
Today’s a special day, a holiday! It’s international Waffle Day! I’m somewhat of a Waffle aficionado, something few people know. That’s because I’m always watching carbs and seldom eat lots at a time anymore and well, waffles are a bit of a pain to make. Not that a good, home-made waffle isn’t worth it. I’d sooner shoot myself as eat an Eggo or a waffle at some mediocre pancake house. No, this is one item that should be made at home.