This waffle recipe we can’t take credit for. It originally came from a Toastmaster Waffle Iron book or box of some sort years ago, as far as we can tell. Let us know if this waffle recipe is still in use and recommended today by the Toastmaster people. The secret here is separating the eggs and folding in the whites. It’s a little more involved, but it is definitely worth it!
- 1 3/4 C. flour
- 2 tsp. baking powder
- 1/2 tsp. salt
- 1 Tbsp sugar
- 7 Tbsp vegetable oil
- 1 1/2 C. milk
- 3 eggs
Mix dry ingredients. Mix the wet ingredients, sans eggs. Separate yolks from whites. Add yolks to wet ingredients and in another bowl beat whites until firm peaks form. The whites should stick to the side of the bowl if you turn it upside-down.
Preheat waffle maker. Mix wet and dry ingredients until most of the lumps are gone. Fold in the egg whites. Use ~1/2 C. per waffle.
Makes about 8-10 waffles.
8 thoughts on “Toastmaster Waffle Recipe”
Yes, this is still in use!! And makes the most excellent waffles. I have had my waffle maker for about 6 years. Recently I moved house and lost the manual, which contained this recipe, somewhere along the way.
So I am very happy you posted it as it is hands-down the best waffle recipe I have tried. Thanks!
I am also gkad you have the recipes posted. I can have my Belgian waffles again. Yippie!!! Thank you!!
Oh one thing though: I always use 2 tablespoons of sugar and a level 1/2 cup of veg oil (1 extra tablespoon to what you list here).
Our Family loves these waffles! We have enjoyed them for at least 5 years, I lost this recipe and I am glad I found it again. Thank You!We enjoy eating waffles on a Sunday afternoon…
Iâ€™ve owned my Toastmaster Belgian waffle iron since 1985! This is the recipe I use and absolutely love! I use 1/2 cup of wheat flour and 1 1/4 cup all purpose flour.
This is interesting because I’m looking at my toastmaster Belgian waffle maker and it has only 1 single cup of flour!
I bought a Toastmaster waffle maker back in the early 90’s and I loved this recipe! Unfortunately I lost the book in the late 90’s, probably behind a kitchen counter….I looked and look for a comparable recipe with no luck. I am so happy that you have posted this and I have rediscovered one of the best recipes ever!
My dad used this recipe with our toastmaster every time we had a big family breakfast. Now I use this recipe every time I make waffles… still use the toastmaster