These are not your Grandma’s buttermilk waffles!
Well, I actually think my Nana would like these waffles a lot! They have just a hint of cinnamon and fresh ground nutmeg and a splash of brandy to start the morning off right! And they are ridiculously easy.
People claim that to get the lightest, fluffiest waffles you need to fold in egg whites beaten to stiff peaks and blah, blah, blah. No offense but I did none of that and these waffles were superb! No whipping, no beating. No unwanted early morning exercise.
You can totally make these before your morning coffee without a worry.
Sunday mornings are the one time of the week that my Husband and I don’t work. We are very jealous of our Sunday mornings – they are our time. We like to eat a leisurely breakfast, sip our coffee, talk and watch CBS Sunday Morning.
I want our Sunday breakfasts to feel special yet I don’t want to waste our entire morning in the kitchen, thus these lazy Sunday Waffles were born.
Why am I posting a Lazy Sunday Buttermilk Waffle recipe on a Saturday? I have not lost my calendar; it’s so that you can make them tomorrow! In the event that Easter crept up on you and you don’t have an elaborate brunch planned, I’ve got you covered! Everyone will be satisfied and no one will wonder where the overnight French toast was.
I’m so considerate!
These waffles are fluffy but not so airy you wonder if you ate a Krispy Kreme donut instead of a waffle. The spices and brandy give it a hint of flavor that makes you want to reach for another piece!
Top those warm buttermilk waffles with some butter and maple syrup, and you’ve got yourself a little piece of Heaven right there on your plate.
The fact that batter comes together in 5 minutes makes these perfect for any day of the week! You can freeze the leftovers and toast them in the toaster for an easy weekday breakfast or snack!