I’m a veeerrrrrry happy girl, and not because I got some new clothes or shoes: no, I’m now the proud owner of a waffle iron. YAY! So, as expected, I’m going to start sharing waffle recipes from now on! And I’m starting with these delicious yoghurt lemon waffles.
I’d like to start this blog by asking a general question: how the hell are you supposed to eat waffles with powdered sugar?! I mean, when you want to take a bite and accidentally inhale you almost choke because of the powder coming into your throat and nose. Then when you take a bite, you spread even more powdered sugar all around the room! Or is it just me? Maybe it’s just me…
Yoghurt lemon waffles
Okay, so I ordered a waffle iron. I’m not currently working so I shouldn’t really spend any money on the non-essentials but I think a waffle iron is something everyone should have, right? I mean, I think so at least. You can make a delicious breakfast or brunch or dessert without spending too much time: simply make the batter, turn on the machine and walk away. Make a cup of coffee or something 😉
Sounds good, right? And these delicious yoghurt lemon waffles are just perrrrrrfect as a recipe to test your new waffle iron with. Or test any waffle iron, really. They are nice and fresh, filling but not too heavy on the stomach. And with some fresh strawberries I could just eat them all day!
And maybe that’s just what we’ll do. Eat waffles all day. The boyfriend is having a one month vacation (yay!) and we’re spending two weeks together in our apartment before going to Lisbon (more yays!). We’re enjoying this time together, going to the farmers market and stuff… Walking through the rain
grumpy face and even getting a haircut together 😉
Sooo let me know what other recipes I should make with my new waffle iron! See you soon? Viv
- Greek yoghurt, 120g (1/2 cup)
- Milk, 125 ml (1/2 cup)
- Egg, 1 large
- Sugar, 1 tablespoon
- Self-raising flour, 120g (1 cup)
- Lemon juice, 1 spoonful
- Toppings of choice
- Preheat your waffle iron.
- Mix the yoghurt, milk, egg, lemon juice and sugar. Slowly start adding the flour, making sure it's incorporated in the mixture every time.
- Finally, add some salt and mix through one more time.
- Spread a few spoonfuls of the batter (depending on size) in the waffle iron and close the lid.
- Cook until golden brown. With us, this was around 8-10 minutes.
- Top with sugar, fruits, syrup or chocolate... and enjoy!