Am I the last person in the world to figure this out? I have recently discovered that waffles can be reheated in the toaster and come out the perfect crispy-on-the-inside and soft-on-the-outside combination. I knew, of course, about good old store-bought frozen waffles that you could heat up in the toaster, but it had never occurred to me to do this with my own homemade (well, alright... baking mix made) waffles.
Here's what I've been doing lately, waffle-wise:
1. Mix up a big batch of waffle batter and make the entire batch into waffles.
2. My family eats the waffles they want for breakfast, and the remaining waffles go into a plastic zipper bag and into the fridge.
3. When we're ready for waffles again, I toss them in the toaster one slice at a time and they come out steamy, fresh and perfect!
That's what works for me!
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