Ducks 'n a Row: Waffles - Saving The Leftovers For Another Day

03 March 2013

Waffles - Saving The Leftovers For Another Day

By Sinea Pies

How to Save Waffles After They're Made

Look at this luscious waffle with melting butter and gooey syrup. 
No doubt about it, homemade definitely tastes best.

How to make homemade waffles: Waffles Part 1

Homemade waffles are not difficult to make, but time and effort is involved.
When you do make them, it would be a shame to throw away the unused batter. So, don't.
Use up all the batter and freeze the extras!
Freezing waffles is simple to do but don't just throw them in the freezer or they will be soggy when thawed. Here is how to freeze them, prevent excess moisture from building up and have them taste great later.

How To Freeze A Waffle 
1. You will need aluminum foil and waxed paper.
 Parchment paper instead of waxed paper will work, as well.
2. Next, lay the waffles out flat on cookie sheets to cool on your counter.
3. Now, once cooled, stack them separated by waxed paper.
4. Wrap the stack in aluminum foil and place in a plastic bag. 
5. Put them in the freezer for a future date. I like to add a note inside saying what it is and when it was made. If you get many stored in there, you will want to use the oldest first.

To reheat, just place the frozen waffle in your toaster oven and toast for 5-7 minutes (keep an eye on it so that it doesn't burn). Serve as usual. Yum!

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