This was an awesome recipe--the waffles were super chocolatey and light without being too sweet. The cuisinart waffle marker seems to work perfectly every time and is highly recommended. The recipe also seems quite forgiving as I made a number of modifications due to a dearth of ingredients and dietary restrictions-- I used half wheat/half white flour, halved the white sugar, substituted soy milk and coconut oil and didn't properly beat the egg whites. I served these with fresh rasberries, San Benoit plain yogurt, sliced almonds and a little honey. Delicious!
From EatingWell: March 1998
Rich, chocolate waffles are the perfect breakfast for that special someone's birthday.
3 Reviews for Chocolate Waffles
This was the second time I've made waffles, and oh my goodness were these ever delicious!! I used whole grain flour instead of white flour and then we topped it with sliced strawberries, cool whip and a little sprinkling of sifted icing sugar. Oh, and a little bit of chocolate syrup. OH MY GOODNESS I have been thinking about these all day and I wish there was some left :) Definitely follow the directions exactly, including sifting, the egg white peaks etc. It makes the difference I think.
They are good but don"t work well in a belgin waffle iron.
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