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Serving size 12
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2 ¼ cup flour2 Tbsp granulated sugar⅛ tsp salt½ cup canola or vegetable oil1 ½ cup 2 percent milk1 egg¼ cup malted milk powder1 cup Maine blueberry (thaw and drain well if you use frozen berries)2 Tbsp baking powder


In a large bowl, combine the flour, sugar, salt, oil, milk, egg, malted milk powder, and baking powder and mix with a whisk until well combined. Do not over mix - it’s OK if the batter is slightly lumpy. Gently fold in the blueberries, using caution not to break them.

Heat a waffle iron and liberally coat it with cooking spray.

Ladle the batter onto waffle iron and cook until golden brown, about 8 minutes. To keep the waffles warm and crisp, keep them covered in a 250-degree oven and then just before serving uncover to expose waffles to the dry heat for a few minutes, then plate.


Fresh Whipped Cream

1 pt heavy whipping cream
½ cup granulated sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract


For Fresh Whipped Cream: In large mixing bowl, add the cream, sugar, and vanilla and beat on high until stiff peaks form, about 4 to 5 minutes. Use caution to check after it starts to get thick, checking after every 10 to 15 seconds of beating. If you overbeat, you’ll have to dump the batch as you’ll be on your way to churned butter!

Recipe from The Art of Breakfast by Dana Moos/Down East, 2011.

Tags: Brunch, Blueberry, Dairy, American, Summer

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