Freezer Waffles

I realized the other day that I don't use our waffle maker enough.  I loved waffles, and so does John, so I decided to make a bunch and then freeze them for our weekend breakfasts.  

The recipe I used I had jotted down AGES ago, but never made.  I started by melting down 3T of butter and 3T of coconut oil. 
While that melted, I beat together 2 eggs and added in 2 cups of milk. 
Next, 2 cups of WW pastry flour, 1 t baking soda, 1/2 t salt, and 1 t baking powder jumped into the bowl.
By then, the butter and coconut oil had melted.
Finally!  The batter was done!  I sprayed the waffle maker with olive oil (with our Misto sprayer... LOVE it!)
1/2 cup at a time, I poured it into the waffle maker.  It created the world's more perfect waffles.
After they cooled, I put them on a baking sheet to freeze.  When we were ready to eat them, I stuck them in the convection oven until they were ready.  Check them out (with an orange and bacon).

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  1. A perfect breakfast (and far better than any store-bought!)

  2. Thank you for sharing this wonderful tutorial with Let's Do Brunch, Jackie! I've been after a waffle recipe I can freeze for ages so this is just perfect for me. In fact, I've chosen it as one of this week's featured recipes! Hope to see you at Let's Do Brunch again this week - the new post is up now.