Quick & Easy Open House Waffles

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It’s holiday breakfast week at RMK and today we’re makin’ waffles!  I love breakfast and I love waffles!  The great thing about this recipe for quick & easy open house waffles is it begins with baking mix.

Plus, it does not require you to separate the eggs and whip the whites.  Not only are they easy to make but they are so delicious!  Even greeat to make for a Saturday or Sunday morning!

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I always love to top waffles with fresh fruit and whipped cream.  However, when we had these, I served them with some yummy red raspberry syrup I found at Costco.  A waffle bar with these open house waffles would be a fun way to serve up Christmas breakfast.  

You can have a variety of ways to top your waffles available such as syrup, fruit, and whipped cream.  Here are some recipes for sauces and toppings you can top these babies with:

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Open House Waffles on a plate with bacon

Start these waffles by whisking the dry ingredients together in a bowl. This includes baking mix, flour and baking soda.

Next add in the wet ingredients – oil, eggs, buttermilk, and water. Mix the batter together well.

All that’s left now is to scoop the batter into a heated waffle iron and cook according to manufacturer’s directions. I’m telling you they are easy peasy!

Can I freeze leftover waffles?
Yes, you can freeze leftover waffles for up to 2-3 months. Place them in a single layer on a baking sheet and freeze until solid, then transfer them to a freezer bag or container.

Can I use whole wheat flour instead of all-purpose flour? Yes, you can substitute whole wheat flour for all-purpose flour in the waffle batter. Keep in mind that whole wheat flour may result in denser waffles.

How do I keep the waffles warm?
To keep the waffles warm, you can place them on a baking sheet in a single layer in a warm oven (around 200°F) until ready to serve. Alternatively, use a waffle iron with a warming function.

How do I prevent the waffles from sticking to the waffle iron?
Make sure to preheat the waffle iron and lightly grease it with non-stick cooking spray or melted butter before pouring in the batter. You can also use a non-stick waffle iron.

Open House Waffles

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  • 3 cups baking mix like Bisquick
  • 1 cup flour
  • tsp baking soda
  • ¼ cup canola oil
  • 3 eggs beaten
  • 3 cups buttermilk
  • 2 Tbsp water


  • In a bowl, whisk together baking mix, flour and baking soda.
  • Add oil, eggs, buttermilk, and water to the flour mixture and mix well.
  • Scoop batter a heated waffle iron and cook according to manufacturer’s directions. (I used my regular Belgian waffle maker and it takes 1/2 cup batter per waffles. I was able to make 16 waffles)
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