"If your brunch guests include men or children or both, your reputation is bound to be enhanced by a do-it-yourself flapjack buffet."
Well I don't know about you, but I love enhancing my reputation with flapjacks. LOL
These waffles were amazing. I've never made yeast waffles before and they were sooo much better than any I've ever made before. They were simple too.
1 pkg yeast
2 c. warm milk (I made mine from powdered)
2 T sugar
1 tsp salt
1/4 c. butter
2 c. flour
The night before: In a mixing bowl dissolve yeast in warm milk. Add remaining ingredients. Mix with an electric mixer. Cover and let rise. Mine was about to overflow from the bowl at about an hour and 15 minutes. Stir down; cover and refrigerate overnight or until ready to use.
The batter was all fluffed up again in the morning when I pulled it out of the fridge. It looked so good :)
Adding sprinkles to the waffles before you shut the waffle maker adds a bit of color and the kids love them. I'm not a fan of sprinkles, but they melt right in and you don't even taste them.