Don’t tell my mom, but I found a way to modify Bisquick waffle mix in a way that actually tastes better than her homemade waffle recipe.
I was amazed! That’s a big deal, because her recipe involves the time-consuming beating of egg whites & other laborious steps.
Bisquick was always just background as I pushed my shopping cart through the supermarket. If I ever purchased pancake/waffle mix, it was always the cheapest product I could find. But then my wife decided to try Bisquick in our waffle iron. After a few modifications, these waffles are now one of our favorite meals! The flavor is so amazing that you can even eat these puppies with just butter…of course, gallons of syrup can’t hurt either. We have yet to make the biscuit recipe, but it sounds very good.
I’ve found that the recipe from the back of the box can be modified to improve the waffles. Here’s my revision:
Waffle Recipe Ingredients:
- 2 cups of Bisquick Waffle Mix
- 2 cups of milk (instead of 1-1/3 like the box calls for)
- 2 tbsp. vegetable oil
- 1 egg
Waffle Recipe Directions:
- Whisk ingredients together and pour over a buttered waffle iron
If you really want to bring out the full potential of these waffles, click here to see my amazing recipe for Coconut Syrup.
We recently discovered (and purchased) this awesome double-sided waffle maker!! Come on! Two waffles at a time? Outrageous! It saves so much time:
Want Other Bisquick Recipes?
Do you have a great waffle recipe? Just comment below & let me know!