Not for the faint of heart The sauce is delicious and a definite keeper; not sugary sweet like so many others I've made. Any type of frozen berry works in it. The waffles on the other hand tasted quite a bit like I imagine particle board tastes--and that was after letting the batter rest for 15 minutes to hydrate the mixture. I love hearty, dense breads and this was too much for me. Unless you REALLY like fibery-tasting things, these may be too much for you. Pros: Delicious Sauce Cons: Waffles are a little intense
I realized my cherries had spoiled, so I substituted blueberries instead. We really liked the recipe and will try it next time with the cherries. We use a lot of topping, so I might double it in the future to be sure there is enough fruit. This will probably be my go-to waffle recipe since it uses white-wheat flour and is healthier than the recipe I have with regular white flour. The heartier flavor works well with the fruit topping.