I have a waffle recipe from a 13 year old Weight Watchers© Cookbook. It uses beaten egg whites to make them nice and fluffy. It takes a little planning and organizing to make it work. One must
- Mix the dry ingredients
- Mix the sugar, egg yolks, and buttermilk or yogurt together.
- Beat the egg whites until stiff and fold them into the combined wet & dry ingredients listed in 1 & 2.
- Cook in your hot waffle maker.
Notice I didn’t put in quantities of ingredients or any other useful information. Not smart on my part. Here is the cookbook:
Weight Watchers© New Complete Cookbook. Wiley Publishing (Hoboken, NJ) 2006
Buttermilk Pancakes pg.91. Use the waffle modification,
It helps to be in a relationship so you don’t eat all of the waffles yourself in one sitting.
I suggest you either a) get into a relationship , if not in one already, or b) store cooked waffles in refrigerator or freezer.
There is no reason why you can’t both be in a relationship and store the uneaten waffles.
You need any other tips for successful living? Make comments below. I will try to help as best I can.