Waffles are decidedly the high class alternative to the pedestrian pancakes. Sure, they are slower to produce but they are a great treat for a breakfast or brunch.
While a variety of whole grain flours can be used to pull these healthy waffles together my favorite is unquestionably barley. There’s a sweetness to barley that plays perfectly in this recipe – and by that I mean you’ll be hard pressed to make enough to satisfy the crowd at your table.
You may be hard pressed to find barley flour in your local grocery store – it will probably take a trip to a specialty retailer if you don’t have your own grain mill. If that’s the case why not consider building a grain mill – it isn’t much more complex than the baking you are already doing, just in a different domain.
That said, like all whole grain products it will fill you up and keep you going – you won’t be getting hunger pangs mid-morning after a hearty breakfast where these are featured.
So oil up your waffle iron, get it heated up and get ready to wow with these whole barley flour waffles.
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