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    Default Nearly Core Strawberry Waffles


    Great recipe I tried this morning: Ingredients listed for 3 waffles. Double it (except the egg) and you get 3 servings.

    1 cup frozen strawberry or sliced fresh
    1/2 cup cornmeal (blue if you have, for even more dramatic color)
    2 tbsp whole wheat flour (that the 1 point I count that isn't core)
    Some splenda (1/2 tbsp?)
    1/2 teaspoon baking soda
    1/4 tsp salt
    1 tbsp canola oil
    1 egg

    Puree the strawberries in a food processor until smooth and soupy. Add the remaining ingredients and process to just mix.
    Preheat waffle iron and cook the waffles. The waffle brown quickly so watch carefully not to overcook (for me number 4 on my waffle machine). Serve hot with sugar free syrup (Howards').
    Miam miam (that's yummy in French )

    Tomorrow I may try it with ground oatmeal instead of the whole wheat flour to make it 100% core. I'll let you know how it turned out.

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    judyo53 Guest

    Default Re: Nearly Core Strawberry Waffles

    These sound so good! I think I'll try it with oat bran instead of the whole wheat flour but I'm hoping these would make a pancake as I never make waffles & don't have a waffle iron.

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    Default Re: Nearly Core Strawberry Waffles

    They sound awsome, can't wait to try it with the oatmeal

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    Default Re: Nearly Core Strawberry Waffles

    Yum! Thanks for sharing.

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    judyo53 Guest

    Default Re: Nearly Core Strawberry Waffles

    I only had frozen blueberries so I used those but did not pulverize them. I mixed everything together & used a hand mixer so the berries got beat a little but most were still fully shaped. However, I added some skim milk as it was very thick (I subbed 2 tblsp. oat bran for the whole wheat flour) & I was making pancakes, not waffles. I made one big pancake & have enough batter left over for at least another big one or two smaller ones. It did brown nicely on both sides but beware, using cornmeal gives it that cornmeal gritty texture, which I like but not everyone will. I'm going to try it again with the frozen strawberries & pulverize them to see if it will make the batter more pancake-like, but it was fine with adding some skim milk. Definitely a keeper recipe for me & one that can be changed around with different fruits. Thanks!

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