It drives me crazy when pictures don’t turn out. They look good on the little screen on my camera, but then when I get them on the computer they look completely different. So out of the pictures I took only one turned out and that one wasn’t that great. I’ve heard people in the blog world say it’s better to have no picture than a bad picture. Personally I like to see pictures of the food even if it is a bad picture, so I’m putting mine up anyway. This recipe comes from My Sister’s Kitchen. I had malted milk powder in the house from the chocolate malted cupcakes I made a while ago and decided to give these waffles a try. According to The Sister’s Kitchen, a lot of popular pancake places use malted milk in their pancake batter. I doubled the recipe and got 9 waffles. They were quick and easy to make. They also turned out nice and crisp.
1 cup flour
1 t. baking powder
1/4 t. salt
2 T. granulated sugar
3 -4 T. malted milk powder, to taste
3/4 cup milk
½ stick melted butter
Separate egg. Beat white until stiff peaks form. Set aside.Combine dry ingredients in a small bowl. Set aside.Whisk together butter, milk and egg yolk until well combined. Stir in dry ingredients. When batter is smooth, fold in egg white.Heat a waffle iron according to manufacturer’s directions and cook waffles accordingly. Makes 3-4 waffles depending on the size of your waffle maker.