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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

  1. Mix the dry ingredients
  2. Mix the sugar, egg yolks, and buttermilk or yogurt together.
  3. Beat the egg whites until stiff and fold them into the combined wet & dry ingredients listed in 1 & 2.
  4. 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.