Since yesterday was a holiday, and L and I were both off and H was home I thought I would volunteer L to make breakfast (so nice of me), since that's her thing and its pretty rare that we are all home in the morning with nothing to do.
So we brought down the waffle maker and L went to work!
We ended up with about 30 waffles, but of course we ate some and L's mom and little sister showed up so they ate some too, so now we have 20 in the freezer just waiting to go into the toaster on a busy morning!
Its so much cheaper then Eggo's or even generic waffles.
We bought our maker about 5 years ago (on clearance for 10.00) and I dont know why it took so long for us to figure that out (we have only used it one other time).
We decided that probably once a month or so we will pull it down and make another 30 or so and freeze them.
(I say "we" will but I really mean L will and I will watch)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's a good idea - they're cheaper and probably much healthier than eggo's. We had eggo waffles this morning with fresh blueberries and syrup. I bought 25 packages of blueberries with the rain check I got from when Smith's had them on sale... They're such little boxes I didn't realize how many I actually got until I got them all home. I'm drowning in blueberries!! I love to snack on frozen berries, though, so this summer they'll be great. I bet I could mix some in with my waffle batter before cooking them... couldn't I? I might have to try that.

February 17, 2009 at 2:39 PM

Blogger JANE4girls said...

yummy waffles! btw, are you on facebook?

February 18, 2009 at 7:24 AM


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