No Nomsense: Toaster waffles

Do you ever get sick of your morning routine? Are you crawling out of bed, in an out of the shower, and eating peanut butter toast or cereal, day after day? Maybe your parents stopped buying your favorite cereal because it was too unhealthy, and you never have time to make eggs or pancakes. You could eat frozen waffles from the supermarket, but how is that any different from the bland routine of any other day? Instead, make your own, in advance, and pop them into the toaster as you please. You could even bring them to school and heat them up in the toaster in Hargroves, and enjoy waffles that taste as if they just came out of the waffle iron.

Toaster Waffles
Makes 4 8-inch round waffles

1 cup flour
2 tbs sugar
2 tbs butter
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 egg
1 cup milk

Preheat the waffle iron to a medium-light setting. Combine the dry ingredients. Melt the butter and mix it with the milk, egg and vanilla. Add the wet to dry and mix thoroughly.  Cook the waffles but don’t allow them to become crunchy. Let cool. If your waffle iron is big, break your waffles into halves or quarters to ensure they’ll fit in a toaster slot. Place each waffle in wax paper or a plastic bag and freeze. To reheat, put in the toaster on a medium setting. Eat immediately. Will last indefinitely if frozen, but it’s probably better to not test the waffle’s longevity.