Did somebody say CHOCOLATE? No? Well after you make this recipe for your next brunch, it will be all they can say. Jokes aside, these chocolate brownie waffles make the perfect addition to the breakfast table, or a late night sweet treat. They also add a fun surprise to your normal chicken and waffles recipe. So let's get started.
1/3 Cup Cocoa Powder (I used the Kroger brand)
2 Tsp Baking Powder
1 1/2 Cups of All-Purpose Flour
1/2 Tsp of Salt
1/3 Cup Sugar
1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
1 Cup Milk Chocolate (I personally love to use the chocolate bars from my favorite candy store, Lolli & Pops)
1/4 Cup Vegetable Oil
1 Cup of 2% Reduced Fat Milk
In one bowl combine flour, baking powder, cocoa powder, sugar, and salt. Make sure the ingredients are fully integrated.
Cut up your chocolate bars into easy to melt chunks. In another bowl, combine half of the milk and ALL of the chocolate. Please make sure the bowl is microwave safe. Proceed to microwave for 30 seconds at a time. Stir to make sure the chocolate and milk fully melt together. Add the vegetable oil, remaining milk, eggs, and vanilla.
Combine the wet and dry ingredients by whisking well. If you have a hand mixer, you can use it here.
Now let that sit for a minute while your waffle iron heats up. Spoon the mixture onto the iron carefully to make sure it evenly distributes. These waffles are delicate and moist like a brownie, and if not thick enough they are a pain to remove from the iron. Be sure to use cooking spray to also assist in waffle removal.
Then your masterpiece is complete. Because they are sweet enough, I recommend not getting too fancy. All you need is a little powdered sugar and your favorite maple syrup.
Easy enough. As another helpful hint, refrain from stacking these waffles on top of each other unless you are about to eat them. Because they have the same consistency as a brownie, they have the tendency to stick together. That's all folks. I hope you enjoy this recipe, and tag me if you make it for yourself.
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