Swedish Waffles in Metric and US Units, (my mother’s recipe)

You need for one batch (2 people) so double it!!! A person eat 3-6 waffles!

  • 6 deciliter (2,5 US cups)  Normal wheat Flour (wheat )

  • 1 tea spoon baking powder

  • 5 deciliter (2 US cups)  full milk

  • 1 deciliter (0.5 US cup) water

  • 100 grams (4 oz)of butter or margarine

  • a table spoon suger

  • ½ tea spoon salt

  • 1 egg (if big, take only half)

  1. Mix flour with baking powder, salt and suger (the dry mix) in a bowl

  2. Melt the butter/margarine in a pan... on low temp...and when melted put aside to cool a little

  3. Mix the milk and water (1 pint all together). Poor half of it in the dry mix and stir (not whip)

  4. Pour the other half of the milk/water in the butter in the pan to cool it further

  5. Pour everything in the bowl

  6. Stir to get even batter

  7. add the egg (too much egg makes them soft)

  8. Let it rest and swell in 15 min

  9. Warm up the waffle iron

  10. As the waffle expand in the iron...dont take to much batter

A normal swedish waffle iron has a non stick surface so no butter is needed and its enought in the batter. Dont use a normal fork in the iron as it will destroy the non stick surface!