Last week, I noticed that Lisa (from the Cutting Edge of Ordinary) recipe for Blueberry Sour Cream Waffles. I was intrigued by the recipe, so I decided that this would be our Sunday breakfast. After church, we stopped to pick up a few things at the market and I was really hungry-- like, feed me now! I rolled up my sleeves and dug in:
I've had this Belgian Waffle Maker for a very long time. It takes about 1/2 cup of batter, and makes two waffles at a time-- but they're thick and we like them that way! Cook the batter, according to your waffle maker.
I think waffles are made for melted butter...
I had both regular maple syrup and blueberry maple syrup. Decisions, decisions... blueberry, it is!
blog, it's amazing. She's a talented photographer, and I love her recipes. I've been lurking on her blog for quite some time, and I'm glad she shared this recipe. It's a keeper! I am linking this recipe to the Saturday Blog Showcase today! Each Saturday bloggers have an opportunity to share a recipe that has been made from a fellow blogger's website. The hostesses are Ann at Thibeault's Table and Lori at All That Splatters. Thanks Ann and Lori for creating a way to give kudos to fellow bloggers who inspire us to try their recipes!
If you'd like a printable recipe card, please scroll to the bottom of this post.
My work week looks pretty busy, but I hope to carve out some time to upload some recipes I've made. I have about six to post, and I look forward to sharing them with you.