Bisquick: the friend of home cooks nationwide. We just love this stuff as it provides an easy and flawless way to make homemade waffles in under 6 minutes (depending on your waffle maker timing). To make Bisquick belgian waffles you simply add a tiny bit more baking soda to the mix (no more than a pinch, really) and pour the batter into your belgian waffle iron, or to make original Bisquick waffles just follow the instructions on the packet.
One of the things we really love about this Bisquick waffle recipe is that it uses hardly any cutlery, tools or crockery when compared with waffles made from scratch, which means less washing up for you to do once they’ve been eaten. Who can complain about that?
We’ve outlined our favorite Bisquick Belgian waffle recipe for you to follow below…
How to Make Our Bisquick Waffle Recipe
(Makes approximately 10 waffles)
What You Will Need:
– One mixing bowl
– One mixing spoon
– One waffle maker:
- – 1 medium egg
- – 2 cups Bisquick waffle mix
- – 1 tsp vanilla extract
- – 1 1/3 cup milk (or buttermilk if you want a richer taste)
- – 2 tbsp melted and cooled (unsalted) butter or canola oil
1. Preheat your waffle iron to make 2 to 3 Bisquick Belgian waffle batches (8 to 12 waffles in total)
2. Measure out your 2 cups of Bisquick waffle mix into a mixing bowl, and mix in the egg, milk, vanilla extract and butter/oil. Mix until just about smooth, but keep the mixing minimal or your batter will become doughy.
3. Pour your batter mix onto your preheated waffle iron plates, close and wait until waffles are cooked.
As far as Bisquick waffle recipes go, this one is very basic and has lots of room for tweaking. You can choose to serve the finished waffles with anything you like, from cream and strawberries to syrup and chocolate sauce. The diversity you can get from Bisquick Belgian waffle recipes is staggering, so don’t think that you need to stick to the traditional ways of serving, either. Try mixing sliced banana into your batter mix and serving with maple syrup, or chocolate chips and crushed nuts to be served with vanilla ice cream.
Whatever flavors you try with your Bisquick waffle recipes, you’re almost guaranteed that they will be big hits. If you find that this particular Bisquick Belgian waffle recipe makes too many waffles, then you can either halve the amount of ingredients, store the batter mix in the refrigerator for up to two days or freeze the waffles once they’ve been made. To unfreeze, simply place the waffle in the toaster or in the oven for a few minutes and it’ll be ready to eat again.