Begin by combining all the dry ingredients. Make a well in the center and pour in wet. Gently stir the wet ingredients in the well, then mix with dry ingredients. Use a ladle to pour into a waffle maker. Cook until brown.
Make It Centsible: You can use a cheaper all-purpose flour, instead of whole wheat. You can also save money by using 1/2 milk and 1/2 water in place of the 1 3/4 cup milk.
Add Flavor: If you are just making waffles, you can substitute 1/2 of the milk for vanilla or hazelnut coffee creamer to make a flavorful waffle. You can also serve waffles with peanut butter and syrup as a delicious alternative to plain syrup.
Waffle sandwiches are an idea I came up with when we were completely out of bread one day. It was a baking day and while the bread was still baking, my kids insisted they were too hungry to wait. I used two of the waffles I made to make sandwiches. My kids love peanut butter and jelly waffle sandwiches, but you can make any sandwich your heart desires.
Change It Up: Make a breakfast waffle sandwich by stuffing with eggs and sausage.
The waffle recipe in this article is from Money Saving Mom.