So now that we have our own yogurt that we’ve created at home, the natural extension of this is to put it on a waffle.
(Because, obviously.)Also I just purchased a new waffle maker and I’m so in-freaking-love with it that I may have taken it to my place of work and had a waffle party for my coworkers. (Yes we’re at that stage in our relationship now that they can begin to see just how deranged I actually am. It’s a good thing I work with therapists who can therapize me.) So yes, I made brown butter waffles with yogurt and fruit and topped it all with a handful of granola and a drizzle of sticky honey. If heaven were a food-group, I’m pretty sure it would be brown butter waffles. Just saying.
If you’re not into the yogurt and fruit on a waffle thing, first of all- why not?! You should most definitely try it again. And if, after trying it, you still maintain that yogurt is the worst, I will eagerly accept partially eaten waffles for my own personal consumption. Seriously though, if yogurt is not your thing, this waffle recipe can be adapted in oh-so-many ways.Having trouble in the ideas department? I think topping this with brie and raspberry jam, any type of fruit sauce/syrup, or drizzling the entire thing with salted caramel sauce would be out of this world. Eating it just plain, or maybe with a light dusting of powdered sugar would also be delightful.
Brown Butter Waffles with Yogurt and Fruit
- 2 cups all-purpose flour
- 1 tablespoon baking powder
- 1/2 cup brown sugar packed
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- 2 eggs
- 1 ¾ cups milk
- ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- ½ cup butter 1 stick
- 2- 2 ½ cups plain yogurt
- 1 pint raspberries
- 1 pint blackberries
- 1 pint strawberries
- 1 cup granola
- Honey to taste (optional)
- Preheat your waffle maker.
- In a medium bowl combine flour, baking powder, brown sugar, and salt. Whisk well to mix.
- In a separate bowl combine eggs, milk, and vanilla extract. Whisk thoroughly to combine.
- Meanwhile, melt butter in a saucepan over medium heat. Swirl intermittently. Watch carefully and as soon as butter browns and smells nutty, remove from heat and pour into a separate bowl to cool briefly.
- Pour egg-milk mixture into dry ingredients and whisk well to combine.
- Drizzle warm brown butter into dry ingredients and whisk until completely incorporated.
- Using a ladle or measuring cup, pour about 1 cup of batter into your waffle maker. Flip and cook per waffle maker instructions (mine takes about 4 minutes, or until steam from the waffles is nearly gone).
- Top waffles with few heaping spoonfuls of yogurt, handfuls of berries, granola, and drizzle the entire thing with honey (optional).
- Serve immediately.
- Makes 5-6 waffles.
Now that is a breakfast fit for a queen! I wonder if I can get my boys to serve this to me in bed? Mother’s day is just right around the corner. I will send them your link and see if they take the hint… LOL Sharing all over my friend these gorgeous photos!
Hah! That sounds like a perfect idea 🙂
I think I could force a few of these down for breakfast. They look amazing ?
Hehe I definitely didn’t have to do much “forcing” when I ate these 😉
Oh my! How fabulous is that!! I have never had yogurt on waffles, but I’m certainly game to try!! Beautiful.
Omg you need to try it! I had it for the first time at a local restaurant in Michigan actually and have been hooked every since!
Omg this looks amazing!! I love brown butter anything!
Ditto!!! Brown butter is like that little magical ingredient that makes everything taste so much more sophisticated. Thanks for stopping by Ai 🙂
You had me at brown butter Sarah! What an incredibly delicious breakfast! Right up my alley! Enjoy your week!
It reminds me of your yogurt and coconut crepes recipe!! 🙂
Nothing compares to a good waffle maker, because homemade waffles rock the house – so good, plus you can devour ’em in the comfort of your jammies. WINNING! LOVE these, chicka! I mean, BROWN BUTTER waffles?!! Heck Yes! Plus the yogurt and fruit makes it healthy, so I can have a stack sky high! yay! Pinned! Cheers, girl!
I am definitely a believer now! Waffle makers are miracle makers 🙂 Thanks Cheyanne!!
Ummmmm that pour shot is GORGEOUS!!! Plus, I mean, brown butter waffles? Gimme!
Haha thanks Jennifer! Definitely try to improve my photography skills lately 🙂
These look soooooo good, Sarah! Waffles are my favorite weekend breakfast ever. We usually keep our toppings to just maple syrup, though. I think it’s definitely time to change that.
Try the yogurt for sure! I think you’ll like it 🙂
Do you home deliver? Wow… these look incredible. I want them allllllll in my belly stat.
Defs keen to give waffles a go, I have never made them at home.
Haha time for me to start my international waffle delivery service 😉