Eggless | Vegan option available | Jain
Servings - 4-5 waffles or pancakes
Prep Time - 10 minutes | Resting Time - 20-25 minutes
Cooking Time - 10 minutes
Measurements: 1 cup = 250 ml
1 cup - Whole Wheat Flour
½ cup - Flour
3 tablespoons - Granulated Sugar*
2 teaspoons - Baking Powder
¾ - 1 cup - Water
3 tablespoons - Oil (or butter)
1 tablespoon - Lemon Juice
½ teaspoon - Baking Soda (only for pancakes)
A pinch of salt (optional)
*Substitute granulated sugar with jaggery
Combine oil & water in a bowl.
Add milk powder, flour, whole wheat flour & baking powder to the above.
Whisk it well so that there are no lumps left and the batter is smooth.
Rest the batter for 20 minutes.
After 20 minutes, add granulated sugar and lemon juice to the mixture and stir it well.
In case you want to make pancakes with the above batter, only then add baking soda and just stir it once. Don’t overmix it after adding the baking soda.
Preheat your waffle machine for 5-7 minutes. Grease it with oil or butter. You need to grease the machine after each waffle.
Pour the batter into the waffle machine for 5-7 minutes - until the waffles are brown and crisp.
If you want them crispier, keep them inside a little longer.
For pancakes, heat up a pan and lightly brush it with some oil or melted butter.
Pour a small amount of batter (in small circles) on the hot pan.
Small bubbles will be seen.
Add a few drops of oil or butter and turn it over. The bottom should be brown. Cook until it is light brown on the other side too.
Serve it with butter (optional) , whipped cream & maple syrup.
If you don’t have a waffle machine at home, don't fret. You can make waffles in your sandwich griller!
You may also freeze the waffles to have later. When you wish to eat them, you can bring them out until they are back to room temperature and then toast them.
Whole Wheat Waffles & Pancakes are a great source of nutrition, fiber and protein. They make a wonderful breakfast option.
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We have not professionally evaluated them.