1 cup (8 ounces) sour cream
1 cup mayonnaise/miracle whip
1 cup (4 ounces) shredded cheddar cheese
1 cup chopped seeded tomatoes (take all the guts out of tomatoes)
6 bacon strips, cooked and crumbles (use real bacon not bacon bits)
1 tablespoon chopped green onion
That is the main recipe. I usually make a few changes to it: ...I use 12 bacon strips and I like a lot more green onion. ...I usually just buy a 6oz bag of shredded cheddar and put it all in.
oo that sounds good
totally gonna have to try that one
Okay guys, I'm gonna share my absolute favorite recipe. Most people I know don't know to separate the egg yolks from the egg whites and beet the egg whites on high for two minutes when making waffles. This is how you make the waffles light and fluffy. They are so good you can even eat them all by them self. These aren't just any waffles! These are the..
Light 'N Crisp Belgian Waffles!! - seriously its the best I've never dared to share this recipe with anyone so you should feel honored that I'm sharing hehehe
Preheat your waffle maker. Put all ingredients except egg whites in a large mixer bowl. Beat on low until moistened. Increase to medium, mix until smooth.
*note* If you don't know how to separate the egg yolks from the egg whites heres how:
Crack your egg open so you have two egg shell halves. Play "catch" back and forth with the egg yolk between the egg shell halves helping to siphon the egg whites away from the egg yolk, placing the egg whites into its own bowl to be beaten separately. After you have extracted all the egg whites, simply place the egg yolk into your batter mix as stated above.
Why is this important? Because if you don't beat the egg whites like this you wont get light and fluffy waffles, they will taste differently and will look more like pancakes.
By hand, gently fold in egg whites. Pour 1/2 cup batter over center of grids on waffle maker. Close waffle maker, bake until golden for about 2 1/2 minutes. Repeat. They taste great all by them selves or with your favorite topping.
When "folding" the beaten egg whites into the batter, you are not stirring here. If you stir you will lose the consistency of your fluffy batter and your waffles will not be fluffy. Simply take your spatula under your mix and fold the batter over the egg whites using as few strokes as possible.