Tuesday Tip: Make Some Beach Waffles — With Your Shirt Off

Wow…we’re finally here. The beach with our good friends the Ozor’s. It’s our first morning and there’s been quite a bit of conversation about this week’s Tuesday Tip.

There’s a new gadget in the kitchen this summer. It’s a waffle maker. So, it was decided by Gracie (who loves to cook and is my #1 blog fan) we should have some sort of Tuesday Tip around yummy waffles.  Dad, Tim, is the official waffle maker of the family.  After a long island run with my hubby, Mike, he was in the kitchen gathering waffle making ingredients for our first beach morning breakfast. 

Since this isn’t a recipe blog post (that’s for Friday’s Food Find)  I’m going to just say find your favorite base recipe to make a waffle batter.  Here’s one from King Arthur Flour for a whole wheat waffle batter. 

Tim likes to use a combination of whole wheat and white flour in his own waffle recipe.  Here are several tips that Tim works by when making batter and cooking cooking his waffles.

  1. Mix waffle batter thoroughly.  

1. Mix waffle batter thoroughly.  

  2. Use a 1/4C measure for pouring batter into waffle iron.

2. Use a 1/4C measure for pouring batter into waffle iron.

  3. Cook until golden.  

3. Cook until golden.  

  4.  And always cook with your shirt off.

4.  And always cook with your shirt off.


For a Tuesday on our summer beach vacay with favorite friends and my #1 blog fan, I think 4 tips for making some fab breakfast waffles can’t be beat!  Now it’s time to go to the beach.  See you on Friday.