Monday, July 8, 2013

Mickey Waffles Recipe & Review...



We were in the mood for Mickey Waffles Sunday morning so I googled a quick new recipe to try. I ended up trying a fellow Disney Blog Friend's recipe. :) Check out:http://www.thedisneychef.com/ 
for great recipes & easy instructions. She has a great blog & FB page. Since Disney recipes are her specialty here is a link to the exact recipe I used. Her webpage/recipes are VERY easy to follow & she answers any questions you might have about anything in a recipe!;) http://www.thedisneychef.com/2012/06/mickey-waffles.html

 I will also copy & paste her exact recipe & instructions:


°o°  4 eggs, separated
°o°  1 - 2 tablespoons sugar
°o°  1 cup milk
°o°  1/4 cup (half a stick) of butter or margarine, melted, cooled to room temp
°o°  1 teaspoon vanilla
°o°  2 cups flour
°o°  2 teaspoons baking powder
°o°  1/2 teaspoon salt


Beat egg yolks in a large bowl until the sugar is thoroughly mixed and the yolks are thick and sunny colored.  Add the milk, cooled melted butter, and vanilla extract and stir until combined.  Then add all at once flour, baking powder, and salt.  Mix well, but be sure not to overmix (overmixed batter will be frothy with lots of bubbles).  If the mixture is too thick, add more milk until the mixture resembles that of thick pudding.



In a separate bowl, using a mixer, beat egg whites until stiff.  Using a rubber spatula, gently fold the egg whites into the batter.  DO NOT MIX.


Bake, following the instructions of your waffle maker until golden brown.  Please note, these waffles rise and expand considerably so use the least amount of batter needed for desired results.  For those using a lock-lid waffle maker, this is especially important.  For results that most resemble Mickey waffles as served at Disney World, use a Belgian waffle maker.

Look at how fluffy these came out guys!!!


Serve with a variety of toppings, including butter, powdered sugar, syrup, chocolate sauce, chocolate chips, whipped cream, strawberries or other fruits, even ice cream and sprinkles.  
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Her recipe was SO easy to follow. This is the 3rd waffle WDW recipe I've tried & this is the best I've tried so far. It was VERY easy to whip up in 10 minutes. This recipe made 8 or 9 Mickey waffles for us. 

My hubby's fave way to eat 

This is how I LOVE to make mine :)

Our dog BEGGED us all morning for one so we gave in......She was so patient LOL





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  2. Aww your dog is so patient and good. Mine would have jumped on the table if I wasn't watching haha.

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