Waffle Recipe :: Apple Cider Waffles

Waffle Recipe Apple Cider Waffles from addapinch.com

I  love to play around with my waffle recipe as the seasons begin to change. It is one of the perfect dishes to incorporate new tastes and flavors. One thing that immediately comes to mind beginning in September through early spring is apple cider. We go through more apple cider during those months than we do any other drink, besides coffee and water, of course. We just can’t get enough of it – cold straight out of the refrigerator or warmed in a mug late in the afternoon – it is always welcome. So the other morning, I decided to forgo my normal waffle recipe and make an Apple Cider Waffle recipe instead.

Oh my stars were they perfection on a plate and just right for this time of year.

Waffle Recipe - Apple Cider Waffles from addapinch.com

 

These waffles fall into the category of not too much, as in they are not an ‘in-your-face’ kind of heavy on the spice sort of recipe.

But, not too little either.

They are juuuuussssst right.

 

Waffle Recipe - Apple Cider Waffles from addapinch.com

 

I served them with warm maple syrup, a little bit of butter, and a large glass of apple cider to finish them off.

 

Waffle Recipe - Apple Cider Waffles from addapinch.com

 

And finish them off we did.

Here’s my recipe for Apple Cider Waffles. I hope you enjoy them as much as we do.

 

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Apple Cider Waffles Recipe
 
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Apple cider waffles are a great addition to your fall and winter breakfast routine. Serve waffles with warm maple syrup and apple cider for the ultimate breakfast!
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Serves: 4-6
Ingredients
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • ½ teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup apple cider
Instructions
  1. Preheat waffle iron and spray with nonstick cooking spray.
  2. Whisk all dry ingredients together and add egg and apple cider. Whisk until well-combined.
  3. Pour into waffle iron and prepare according to waffle iron instructions.
  4. Remove from waffle iron when baked throughout and serve warm.

 

Love ya,

Robyn

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Comments

  1. 1

    says

    For some reason, this reminds me of a Apple salad I had this year. One of the best salad I’ve ever eaten.

    This one looks good too! My wife is always sneaking in vegetarian dish, so this may be one for the books :)

  2. 9

    Jocelyn says

    This is the first waffle recipe I have ever seen without butter and milk in the mix. I am so intrigued that I must absolutely try it!

  3. 10

    Mary says

    Can’t wait to make these, we’re having the perfect weather for them! Rainy and cool..we need something to brighten up our day, and these will work perfect!!!! Thanks!

  4. 14

    says

    I love apple cider. We just had a cold front last weekend and I’ve been brewed apple cider all weekend! Definitely going to give these waffles a try! :-)

  5. 19

    says

    Just made these this morning (with whole wheat pastry flour) and LOVED them! I brushed a bit of canola oil on the hot iron, and the waffles came out perfectly crisp on the outside and fluffy & light on the inside. Thanks for a fantastic waffle recipe =).

  6. 21

    Hager says

    Made these this morning for breakfast and we ALL loved them, thank you for sharing the recipe. Its going to be a staple for us :)

    Hager

  7. 24

    says

    I made these the other day for breakfast and got lots of compliments! I added some chopped apple pieces into the batter and served with cinnamon whipped cream.

  8. 32

    Amy says

    I made these for breakfast today. They were delicious….but they stuck to my waffle iron!! I DID grease the iron before a new waffle, too. Anybody else having this problem?

  9. 33

    Rochelle says

    I was curious if I could make these into pancakes maybe…?? I don’t have a waffle iron thing, but they sound delicious! please help if you can! thanks!

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