I woke up and felt like something different for breakfast/brunch. I decided that I would like to try out my new Tupperware silicone waffle mold. I haven’t had waffles before and also don’t bake often so this was an exciting little adventure for me!
I like to watch youtube recipes as I’m more visual and learn best by doing, also there is less chance I can go wrong. This is the waffle recipe video I used – note: it’s in English and Spanish and makes approximately 10 waffles. Here is a handy conversion chart that I referred to a bit (some of the measurements in the video are US imperial).
As you can see below I am slowly building up my Tupperware collection; becoming a hobby demonstrator has helped get even more products cheaper. Getting some of the products through earning incentives also made me want to practice more cooking and baking as there are some fabulous recipes that can be demonstrated at parties to help show the many uses of the products.
410mls milk (approx 2 cups)
2 cups flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
110g (1/2 cup) butter
2 Tbsp sugar
Note: for those like me who don’t bake often tsp = teaspoon, Tbsp = tablespoon.
Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.
Crack the eggs into a bowl and whisk.
Tip: crack each egg into a cup first before adding into the main bowl – just in case the egg is less than desirable – it saves ruining all of your other ingredients.
Add in the melted butter and milk while whisking.
Sift in the flour and continue whisking whilst adding in salt, sugar and baking powder.
Tip: Ensure the Tupperware silicone waffle mold is on a sturdy tray before transferring to the oven.
Pour in the mixture – just covering the raised bits.
Place into a preheated oven and cook until crispy golden on top.
Using oven mits, or a tea towel take out the silicone waffle mold and tip out the waffles onto a plate.
Add toppings of your choice. I used melted chocolate, plain yoghurt, frozen mixed berries (slightly defrosted in the microwave jug) and golden syrup.