Saturday, April 23, 2016

Season's Sensation: Delicious Lemon Waffles

  I was babysitting my youngest siblings today, and I decided to make waffles for lunch. :) So I found a recipe online to make, but I changed a few things, including the addition of lemon juice and zest. Ever had lemon waffles? This might be my first time, and they were good. Though I think maybe I should've put a bit more lemon... there's no measurement for it, so add however much you want. :)


   4 cups flour

   8 tsp baking powder 

   1\2 tsp salt

   4 eggs

   1 tbsp honey

   2 3\4 cups milk
   3\4 cup water

   3\4 cup coconut oil

   small squeeze of lemon juice

   lemon zest

   Beat eggs and add other wet ingredients. *

Mix the dry ingredients together in a separate bowl. 

Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ones and mix well. 

Cook on a waffle iron. (you can grease the waffle iron, but I don't 

think it needs it.)


* (melt the coconut oil and then add it to the wet ingredients, or add it to the dry ingredients much the way you'd add butter to the dry ingredients of biscuits.) 

  If you'd like to try a lemon version of one of these (above), use these instructions below. I tried it, with the lemon waffles, and it was good. :) 


2 waffle squares

lemon, yogurt, and honey to taste

  Mix three last ingredients together and pour onto  one waffle square. Place other on top and put in the freezer until well frozen. 

  Oh, and did you notice my pretty new blog design? :) I like it. I hope that lasts, because I'm usually enthusiastic about my new blog designs... then I want a new one. :D He...he. I may never settle for one design.

 Anyhow, hope you enjoyed this post! :)


  1. Hi:) I whipped these up for a few of us that were hanging around after our teen-girl group study on Sunday. I substituted the flour for GF of course, added a few drops of lemon essential oil and squeezed one whole lemon and included it with the water portion of the recipe. Also zested 2 whole lemons. Yummy for sure! Topped them with Greek yogurt and honey.. perfect Sunday evening supper snack:) Applauding your adventurous cooking spirit:) Hugs, Marla

    1. I'm glad you made them and liked them! Thanks! :)

  2. Guess I should correct's suppose to be, "with"GF and not "for" GF;)