I’ve been making these since 2010 when I first visited Norway and experienced these delicious things at my university friends in Oslo. Mine are slightly adapted and made lactose free. You will need to buy a waffle maker for this recipe.
I’d suggest the same as mine which is relatively inexpensive (under £20, you can get some much more expensive but I don’t see the point) and easy to use. You can buy them here.
You will need…
- 1 1/4 cup plain flour (all purpose)
- 1 large egg
- 1/4 cup of vanilla oat custard
- 3/4 milk (oat or lactose free)
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 baking soda
- 1/4 melted butter (lactose free or dairy free)
- 1/4 caster sugar
Mix it all together using a whisk and sit to one side. Turn on your waffle maker and wait until it is warm enough (if you bought the same one as me then the lights will click on and off which is very helpful). You may need a little butter to help keep the waffle irons stick free but this isn’t always needed.
Pour a small amount in the middle, do not overfill it as it will fill out and puff out slightly. Wait until the light clicks off red and only shows green, open and lift off and put on a plate.
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